We care for most hearing issues. Like most of our patients, you might suspect something is wrong with your hearing but aren’t really sure what it is or why it’s happening. Whether something went wrong with your hearing yesterday or you think you may have been having problems for years, we can help discern exactly what’s going on and help you manage it. Our audiology services include:
Comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluations
State of the Art Hearing Aid Solutions
Bluetooth Technology, Assistive Listening Devices, and Smart Phone and Tablet-Compatible Hearing Devices
Otoacoustic Emission Tests
Acoustic Reflex Tests
Tinnitus Evaluation, Management, Sound Therapy Instruments
OSHA required occupational hearing tests and hearing monitoring
Occupational hearing loss prevention training programs Custom Earplugs for Swimmers, Musicians and Loud Noise Help Me Hear Program
Our goal is to help you hear at a highly functioning level. Hearing impairment can affect people of all ages. Did you know?
If you are over 65, you have a 1 in 3 chance of having age-related hearing loss;
Those over 75 have a 50% chance of having age related hearing loss ;
When you live with hearing loss, you are more prone to social isolation, depression, fatigue and anxiety;
If you are living with cardiac disease, chronic kidney disease or diabetes, you face a higher risk of developing hearing impairment.
Due to various factors, the prevalence of hearing loss among younger people is growing rapidly.Research shows that when hearing loss is managed, a higher quality of life is restored. Call Dr. Scarlet M. Aviles, Audiology today at (808) 200-5633 to get a clear picture of your hearing status with a hearing evaluation.We are accepting new patients and referrals. We look forward to meeting you and helping you hear your best.
Hearing loss is an invisible disability. You can't see it. There are 360 million persons in the world with disabling hearing loss.
I've created a "Hearing Impaired" alert pin - people can wear this pin to notify others that they struggle with hearing loss.
The goal of wearing this pin would be to encourage more effective communication strategies when talking to a person with hearing loss and also as a visible sign of hearing loss. This is important especially in emergency situations.