Hearing Aid Services in Ohio
Pioneer Hearing Aid Center is Committed to Better Hearing
We are committed to providing better hearing through a vast array of hearing aids and hearing impaired devices for patients in the Ohio counties of Washington, Monroe, Noble, Guernsey, Belmont and Morgan. Our digital products are at the forefront of hearing technology. We use state-of-the-art testing and fitting equipment to evaluate our customers’ hearing. Pioneer Hearing Aid Center is an independent licensed dealer. We sell and maintain a wide variety of brands, including Starkey, Resound, Siemens/Signia, Phonak, Unitron, and many others. We work with our customers to determine what the best fit and brand of hearing aid or hearing impaired device is for them.
Give us a call at (740) 376-9980, or stop by the office at 450 Pike Street in Marietta, OH, to schedule a free evaluation with our friendly staff.
Industry-Leading Hearing Impaired Devices Improve Connectivity
People with hearing impairments are not just limited to hearing aids when it comes to improving their lives. Pioneer Hearing Aid Center sells industry-leading hearing impaired devices that make the quality of life for our patients in Woodsfield, OH, and the surrounding region much better. They improve the user’s connectivity with the rest of the world. Some of our hearing impaired devices including blue tooth technology, caption cell phones, personal amplifiers, batteries, and other accessories. Hearing impaired devices come in many types, designs, and styles. Some provide a vast array of special features for people with hearing impairments.
Five Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Aids
1. How Do I Know if I Need a Hearing Aid?
If hearing loss is affecting your life, like repeatedly asking others what they said or you are having trouble communicating with others, then it might be time for a hearing aid.
2. Will My Hearing Return to Normal with a Hearing Aid?
No. Hearing aids make a remarkable difference in most people, but they do not return hearing to normal. They also do not stop hearing loss over time.
3. Do I Need to Wear Two Hearing Aids if Both Ears Have Hearing Loss?
Yes. If you have a hearing aid in only one ear, the speech signal is lost before it gets to the ear with the hearing aid, while the noise level stays the same.
4. What is the Time Period for Getting Used to a Hearing Aid?
The length of time is different for each person. There is an adjustment period, and programming changes can help with the adjustment.
5. How Long Will Hearing Aids Last?
It varies, but hearing aids last for five to seven years. The lifetime of some hearing aids is longer than others. Some hearing aids might need repairs or replacement.
Contact us if you have any questions about hearing aids.
Proudly Serving These Areas
- Washington County, OH
- Monroe County, OH
- Noble County, OH
- Guernsey County, OH
- Belmont County, OH
- St. Clairsville
- Morgan County, OH