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“Just received new hearing aids I didn’t realize how bad my hearing was. I had stopped listening to conversations because I couldn’t hear what was said. I can now hear the television on low volume I had it on 30 and subtitles to listen or rather read what was said. When life gets back to normal I will be able to join in conversations!! Thank you Chris for renewing my hearing. You have lovely staff as well. Best wishes Sue.” – Susan
“I bought hearing aids from Chris and have been really pleased with the level of quality and care given by Chris and the team. Any problem I have had they have always been able to help” – Mooch
“Nothing too much trouble with friendly and helpful staff. They have restored my hearing after 12 months of quiet with state-of-the-art hearing aids. They have endless patience for fine-tuning, brilliant service.” – Susan
“Fantastic service. I would highly recommend 2020 hearing.” – Craig
“After an operation over 30 years ago, I never thought I would be able to have any hearing back, in my left ear. Following consultation with Chris, I now have hope. Chris completed suction clearance of existing debris. My next step is a hearing test and then the possibility of having a hearing aid fitted. Chris is not a salesman, just an honest down to earth chap who wants to make a difference to those with hearing issues.
My experience so far has been amazing. I would recommend anyone to this audiologist without hesitation. Many thanks to Chris and the staff working so hard through difficult times. Following my previous review, I have now had my Oticon hearing aids fitted. THEY ARE AMAZING. Technology has moved on in 30 years and I never imagined I would hear in my left ear again. How wrong I was. It’s great to hear all the things others take for granted. I can’t thank Chris enough.” – Steve
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A: It depends on daily level usage such as wireless streaming and how often some features need to engage and disengage based on your environment. Like other electronic devices, hearing aid batteries vary based on size and usage. However, waiting until the battery is almost dead is not a good maintenance strategy. It’s better to develop a habit of changing out batteries before they near depletion.
A: A hearing aid is not a cure for hearing loss. The assistance they provide may help their wearers live their lives to the fullest. Today’s hearing aids provide better sound quality than ever. They are designed to maximize hearing potential, and in turn, improve quality of life. See our FAQ page for more information.
Our local hearing aid dispenser in Athens is the best audiologist near me you are looking for. We supply and fit the widest range of top Bluetooth hearing aid brands from around the world, including Phonak, Oticon, Widex, GN Resound, Starkey, Siemens, Unitron, Bernafon, and Puretone.
Since there are so many different models of hearing aids on the market today, it can be difficult to know which one is the correct hearing aid for you. Our Athens audiologists will be able to advise on which hearing aids are the best fit for you and your individual hearing care needs.
When it comes to hearing aid prices, you may have been quoted a price for hearing aids in Athens. If this is the case, get in touch with one of our hearing care specialists. No matter the style of hearing aids, we normally save clients between 30% to 50% off the price while offering high standards of free aftercare by a local consultant.
Firstly, you will need a hearing test assessment, your Athens audiologist will assess your hearing and explain any results. If it is discovered that hearing aids would benefit you, they will recommend a new hearing system. This recommendation will take into account your budget, lifestyle, and hearing requirements.
It may be possible to have your hearing aids fitted at the same appointment if they are of the BTE hearing aids style. If you want a custom hearing aid, molds would need to be taken of your ears to be made into custom hearing aids, which would take a bit longer.
Once the hearing aids are fitted, there is then the process of real-ear measurement verification (REMs). This process makes sure that the settings programmed into the hearing aids are accurate and compatible with the patient’s ear canal. Most Athens hearing clinics do not take the time to do this for their clients.
Our local hearing professionals have a hearing aid solution for every hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. See our product list and compare us to our competitors.
311 Congress Pkwy N Ste 200, Athens, TN 37303
719 Cook Dr #101, Athens, TN 37303
586 Congress Pkwy S Ste 300, Athens, TN 37303
719 Cook Dr #101, Athens, TN 37303
2302 Congress Pkwy, Athens, TN 37303
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