Ringing, Whooshing... Buzzing. It could be Tinnitus. -- Woman with fingers in her ears - making uncomfortable face.


If you are experiencing symptoms of tinnitus, please fill out the form below to schedule your complimentary hearing assessment.*


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If you have ringing in your ears – get your hearing checked.

Tinnitus is ringing, buzzing, whooshing or other constant sounds in your ears that only you can hear. It is estimated that over 25 million Americans – 10% of the population – experience some type of tinnitus.¹ Years of research have shown that tinnitus is often associated with hearing loss (up to 90% of tinnitus sufferers having some degree of hearing loss).²  A hearing assessment is a good place to start to find relief from the ringing.

Find some relief today

The good news – you have options for tinnitus relief.

Currently, there is no cure for tinnitus, however, there are options available for tinnitus relief.

  • For some people, hearing aids provide relief because they give your brain more auditory input and distract from the ringing.
  • Many hearing aids also have tinnitus masking programs, which can also provide relief.
  • Your hearing care provider can also discuss sound therapy and meditation techniques to help you cope.
Man smiling after finding some relief from tinnitus

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HearingLife provides complimentary hearing assessments.* This will help determine what, if any, degree of hearing loss may be related to your tinnitus. Our licensed hearing care professionals are passionate about helping tinnitus sufferers find relief and we look forward to meeting you!

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1 https://www.ata.org/about-tinnitus/why-are-my-ears-ringing/#:~:text=Millions%20of%20Americans%20experience%20tinnitus,experience%20some%20form%20of%20tinnitus.
2 https://www.ata.org/about-tinnitus/why-are-my-ears-ringing/other-hearing-conditions/