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The following steps will be taken to help you begin your journey to better hearing:

ScheduleSchedule1. Scheduling your hearing consultation
We will call you to set up a convenient appointment for your initial consultation with our hearing care professionals. While you may not recognize the telephone number, please answer the call. We will be able to answer any questions you may have.
Hearing assessmentHearing assessment2. Complimentary hearing assessment*
During your consultation, you will be given a hearing assessment. A hearing assessment is your opportunity to learn about your hearing health. Your hearing care expert will provide you with a pleasant and painless experience, and provide insights into how you communicate.
Personalized solutionsPersonalized solutions3. Personalized solutions
If your hearing assessment indicates you have a hearing loss that can be helped by hearing aids, our highly skilled hearing specialists will work with you to find an effective solution to meet your hearing, lifestyle and budgetary needs. Everything will be explained in detail and all of your questions and concerns will be addressed.
Safety today and every day afterSafety today and every day after4. Safety today and every day after
For the safety of you and our staff, we are taking the following precautions: face masks (where required by law), asking pre-screening questions for Covid and flu-like symptoms and sanitizing surfaces.

At HearingLife, our vision is to help more people hear better through life-changing hearing health delivered by the best personalized care. 

Life Life to Your Fullest with HearingLife and William Shatner

William Shatner has truly lived a full life. Today, at 91 years old, outside his extensive acting career, his life experiences are endless, and include everything from swimming with sharks to blasting off on a trip to space. While most people's lives are not necessarily that adventurous, we all have extraordinary moments and memories.
Your hearing is an essential part of connecting with others.
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Better hearing begins with a hearing assessment.*

Treating hearing loss is key to being a participant in all life has to offer. Our hearing care experts will provide you with a personalized, quick and painless hearing assessment. Should you require treatment, we will customize solutions to meet your individual needs.

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open quotationquotation mark closedI was pleasantly surprised at the ease of the hearing test and how the results were explained to me. It is fascinating how small the hearing aids are and how much technology is packed into them. – William Shatner
  Paid spokesperson for HearingLife I was pleasantly surprised at the ease of the hearing test and how the results were explained to me. It is fascinating how small the hearing aids are and how much technology is packed into them. – William Shatner
  Paid spokesperson for HearingLife

The Trouble with Tinnitus

Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears. This condition can certainly lessen your ability to enjoy time spent with others and doing activities you used to love.

Tinnitus affects 15% to 20% of adults and is more common in older people.1 One treatment for tinnitus is the use of hearing aids. They may help provide relief by making sounds louder and the tinnitus less noticeable. Since hearing aids also make it easier for you to hear, they may help to make it easier for you to ignore the symptoms of tinnitus.

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Sound therapy can be a helpful tool for managing the symptoms of tinnitus. With sound therapy, you listen to different, carefully selected sounds, which can help you feel that your tinnitus is reduced or temporarily gone.

Your hearing keeps you connected

Through your ability to hear, you are able to be a part of the world around you and fully enjoy life. Your hearing can help you to feel more confident about yourself and secure in your surroundings. When you have an untreated hearing loss, it can separate you from the people you love and the things you love to do. You may feel depressed, lonely and isolated. Hearing loss is more than just a loss of hearing as it causes you to lose so much more.

By treating a hearing loss, you can stay involved and connected. You can go places and do things freely; feeling good about yourself and the world around you.

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3 ways to live life to your fullest 3 ways to
live life
to your fullest

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Keeping your mind and body active helps to keep your brain healthy.
See how
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Eat healthy
A well-balanced diet rich in vegetables and fruits can help lower the risk of hearing loss by 30%.2
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William Shatner is a paid spokesperson for HearingLife