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Hearing Tests


Hearing tests are key to understanding your own hearing ability and maintaining your hearing health, and the results from these tests can help Dr. Lanza make more accurate, informed decisions when it comes to selecting treatments and devices that will be most beneficial for you. Although different people's tests may vary slightly depending on their individual situations, most hearing tests consist of five main parts.


These parts generally include:

1. Air conduction testing
2. Bone conduction testing
3. Speech detection testing
4. Otoscopy
5. Tympanometry

Each component helps assess various aspects of the ears' function in order to make an overall assessment of your hearing condition. Understanding these five main components of a hearing test can help you better comprehend our hearing professionals' recommendations and prepare you to make better decisions regarding your hearing health. If you have the slightest suspicion you are experiencing any degree of hearing loss, don't hesitate - contact us immediately so our caring, compassionate team can help you get the treatment you deserve.

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Hearing Aid Services


Hearing Aid Fittings

Making the right selection when it comes to hearing aids can make a world of difference in your quality of life. With the right hearing aid, you can enjoy conversations, listen to music, and appreciate the sounds of nature. The process of selecting the right hearing aid can be daunting and full of questions, but with the proper guidance, it can be a rewarding experience. What is most important to remember is that even though you may have found the perfect device, it will not serve you effectively until it is fitted and programmed by our expert audiologists.
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Hearing Aid Repair and troubleshooting

At Better Life Hearing, we know how important hearing aids are to maintaining those crucial connections with loved ones and the world around you. So we understand the gravity and inconvenience that an improperly functioning or broken device presents. Our professionals are highly experienced, and we are well-equipped to handle the majority of complications that your hearing aid may have.


Tinnitus is a condition that affects many people around the world. It is characterized by a ringing, buzzing, or pulsing sound in the ears, even when there is no external source for the sound. Tinnitus is not a disease itself but rather a symptom of an underlying condition, such as hearing loss or a head injury. The most common cause of tinnitus is prolonged exposure to loud noises, such as concerts, sporting events, and construction sites. It can also be caused by certain medications or physical trauma.

Custom Hearing Protection

“The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 22 million workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise at work each year. Whether you work at a sports venue, on a tarmac, or operate a jackhammer—hearing loss is preventable.”

Custom hearing protection is an excellent way to preserve your hearing while still enjoying the sounds around you. It most often comes in the form of earplugs, although custom muff-style protection is also quite popular for various situations. Not only is it tailored specifically to fit your ears, but it also provides superior comfort and sound quality. The primary function of custom hearing protection is to block out harmful noises that can damage your ears while allowing you to continue hearing the sounds you want - often at lower volumes but with greater clarity. This gives you the ability to enjoy music, conversations, and more without fear of incurring damage to your ears.
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Hearing protection offered at Better Life Hearing:


Custom swim plugs


Custom sleep plugs


Custom concert plugs


Custom noise protection

Better Life with Better Hearing

Treating hearing loss can be life-changing. With the right treatment, you can reconnect with the world around you and live your life to the fullest. Whether it's through a hearing aid or a cochlear implant, treating hearing loss can give you the ability to hear the little things again. This means you can more easily talk with friends and family, enjoy music, and take part in activities you previously couldn't.

That's not all - treating hearing loss is important for safety as well. When you can hear, you can better stay aware of your surroundings, hear instructions and warnings, and communicate with others. Effective communication helps you stay connected to your loved ones and everyone else around you.

Treating hearing loss can have a huge impact on your overall quality of life by boosting confidence, independence, and social activity. With the right treatment, you can regain your quality of life and experience the world in a new way.

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