What We Do

You have a hearing loss.  We have a solution.


Hearing Aids

Improving the quality of life for millions of Americans.


Hearing Testing

Our goal is to solve your hearing problems.  Our testing helps us to do just that.


Unwanted noises in your ears can dramatically impact your quality of life.

Balance Services

We are a proud American Institute of Balance Center of Specialty Care to help with all your balance needs.


A page for our littlest patients who have their own unique needs.

Other Hearing Services

Hearing Aid Repair

Repairs may be needed in order to keep your hearing aids working smoothly. Most repairs are simple to diagnose and fix.

Hearing Aid Cleaning

We recommend returning every 6 months for service to keep your hearing aids in peak working condition.

Aural Rehabilitation

We provide different types of therapies to patients with hearing loss to aid our patient’s hearing abilities.

Custom Earmolds

Sometimes one size fits all earmolds don’t fit.  A custom-fit provides increased comfort and improved protection.

More About Earmolds

We Offer a Full Range of Custom Earmolds for Any Purpose Including:

  • In Ear Stage Monitors for Musical Professionals
  • Head Sets For Air Traffic Control and Pilots
  • Telephone Receptionists and Dispatchers
  • Bluetooth Cellphone and Stereo Headsets

We Also Offer Custom Ear Protection For:

  • Sleep
  • Water Sports
  • Noisy Work Environments
  • Hunter’s

    Musicians as well as music enthusiasts are benefited by custom music enhancement ear devices such as:

  • Two to five driver In Ear Stage Monitors
  • MP3 player custom ear fittings.
  • Award winning EARASERS musicians earplugs

Assistive Devices

The term can refer to any device that helps a person with hearing loss to communicate more meaningfully.

More about ALD's
For many individuals who are beginning to experience some hearing difficulty, assistive listening systems are wonderful solutions.

Assistive Listening Systems:

  • Devices Which Enhance TV Listening
  • Amplified Telephones
  • Wireless FM Systems for Distance and Noise-Free Hearing
  • Wake-Up And Alert Systems
Developed to improve your quality of life. Below is a sampling of the devices we can provide:
  • Loud Alarm Clocks That Will Flash Lights and Vibrate Pillows
  • Cordless Telephones With 40 dB Loudness Gain and Caller ID
  • Sennheiser Wireless TV Listening System

Getting Started is Easy


Free Phone Consultation

We can answer many simpler questions over the phone.

Book Appointment

Call us or send us an email to schedule an appointment.

Meet the Doctor!

Call our office and schedule a time for a free hearing screening.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why am I losing my hearing?

Hearing loss happens for different reasons. Many people lose their hearing slowly as they age. This condition is known as presbycusis. Doctors do not know why presbycusis affects some people more than others, but it seems to run in families. Another reason for hearing loss with aging may be years of exposure to loud noise. This condition is known as noise-induced hearing loss. Many construction workers, farmers, musicians, airport workers, yard and tree care workers, and people in the armed forces have hearing problems even in their younger and middle years because of too much exposure to loud noise. Hearing loss can also be caused by viral or bacterial infections, heart conditions or stroke, head injuries, tumors, and certain medicines.

What is an audiologist?

An audiologist is a professional who diagnoses and treats hearing and balance problems. With an advanced degree from a university, audiologists are able to diagnose, manage and treat hearing and/or balance.

Is it possible to lose your hearing suddenly?

Approximately 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Hearing loss affects only 1 ear in 9 out of 10 people who experience sudden deafness. Only 10 to 15 percent of patients with sudden deafness know what caused their loss.

What is age related hearing loss?

Presbycusis, or age-related hearing loss, comes on gradually as a person gets older. It seems to run in families and may occur because of changes in the inner ear and auditory nerve. Presbycusis may make it hard for a person to tolerate loud sounds or to hear what others are saying. Age-related hearing loss usually occurs in both ears, affecting them equally. The loss is gradual, so someone with presbycusis may not realize that he or she has lost some of his or her ability to hear.

Is there a connection between hearing loss and age?

There is a strong relationship between age and reported hearing loss: 18 percent of American adults 45-64 years old, 30 percent of adults 65-74 years old, and 47 percent of adults 75 years old or older have a hearing loss.

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140 West 2100 South, Ste 120, Salt Lake City UT 84115