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Hearing is such an important part of your life. Don’t miss another sound. Start hearing better by contacting Precision Hearing now.
If you are concerned about your hearing, please accept this offer to have your hearing checked.
I am Doug Dunker, Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences. I’m dedicated to helping you and your family hear and understand better.
I can help!
You are cordially invited to call today for a hearing check-up at 435-628-9015.
This is the first step in overcoming a hearing problem. On your visit, you will find that our staff is knowledgeable regarding all types of clinical hearing conditions. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, without pressure or obligation to buy.
You will also find our facility is equipped with the newest hearing evaluation technology. For you, this means a prescription for a hearing aid circuit which is custom-programmed to your hearing problem.
If your hearing loss has progressed to the degree that you need hearing aids, a critical factor in their success is your understanding and acceptance of realistic expectations of their capabilities.
Hearing instruments, regardless of brand or type of technology, can never replace normal hearing in all listening situations. We have put together some guidelines which will help you set realistic expectations. It’s FREE. Click the button to download.
Hearing Aids Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What causes hearing loss?
A. The majority of hearing losses are a result of aging. Other possible causes are prolonged exposure to loud noises, heredity, certain illnesses, and medications. However, the most common form of hearing loss is called “nerve deafness.” This comes about as a result of the fact that the cochlea (inner ear) and auditory nerves do not properly transmit their signals to the brain.
Q. Why are the prices different?
A. Hearing aid shells look alike, but it’s the circuit inside that you are paying for. The least expensive circuits are Entry Level Digital; the moderately priced hearing aids are Basic Digital; the most expensive circuits are Advanced Digital and Premium Digital. When you accept the clinician’s recommendation for technology in the Advanced or Premium categories, you are giving your clinician the tools needed to manage your hearing for several years. These hearing aids can be reprogrammed for your hearing loss as it changes.
Q. How common is hearing loss?
A. One of every 10 Americans currently has some degree of hearing loss. For those aged 60 or older, the ratio is almost three in 10.