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Dr. Shanna Dewsnup Au.D.

Shanna Dewsnup, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Dawn Semancik Board Certified Audiologist

Dawn Semancik, M.S., CCC-A
Board Certified Audiologist

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Dr. Allison Sayer Au.D.

Allison Sayer, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Dr. Andrew Couch Au.D.

Andrew Couch, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Chelsea Freeman Au.D.

Chelsea Freeman, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Dr. Matthew Wetmore Au.D.

Matthew Wetmore, B.S.
Audiology Extern

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We pride ourselves on being the best

In order to have the highest success with hearing aids; hearing loss must be treated by hearing healthcare professionals with extensive backgrounds and education in hearing loss. Happy Ears Hearing Center only employs Audiologists who are highly trained in hearing technology and are passionate about helping others to hear their best.

Know The Difference

Audiologists vs. Hearing Aid Dispensers

There has been a lot of consumer confusion over professional roles in the diagnosing and treatment of hearing loss. Many individuals facing hearing loss do not know the difference between an Audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (dispenser). How do you know who you can trust? An important distinction to understand when treating your hearing loss is the difference between an Audiologist (Au.D), and a hearing instrument specialist (BC-HIS). Don’t let a white lab coat fool you.
An Audiologist is a degreed professional who is extensively trained at the doctorate level in the science of hearing; while a hearing instrument specialist (dispenser) is only required to have a high school education and applies for a license after meeting some very basic requirements.

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