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Happy Ears Hearing Center provides high-quality and personalized treatments for hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo. Our Audiologists follow best-practices and focus on patient care. Make an appointment today at one of our hearing centers in the greater Phoenix, AZ area.
Cognitive Decline and Audiology
5 Areas That Can Improve by Diagnosing and Treating Hearing Loss
- Reduce cognitive decline and dementia
- Reduce risk of falls
- Increase cognitive function
- Reduce the experience of tinnitus
- Increase quality of life
We offer TeleHealth appointments for follow up and new hearing aid evaluations.
With over 30 years of combined experience, our Audiologists specialize in identifying, diagnosing, and treating hearing loss.
We love technology! We provide the latest technology from top manufacturers to help you live life to the fullest.
Rechargeable Hearing aids
With so many brands offering rechargeable hearing aids, we guarantee to find the best device for you.
Bone-anchored hearing aid demonstrations, fittings and adjustments.
Cochlear Implant candidacy evaluations and mappings.
45 Day Trial
We offer a 45 day risk-free trial period for you to get used to your new devices.
We offer 3 year Loss, Damage, and Repair warranties for all levels of hearing aid technology so you don’t have to worry about your devices.
To see all of our helpful tutorials check us out on YouTube
Oticon Hearing Aid Wax Filter Replacement
Pairing Oticon Hearing Aids to an iPhone
Pairing Oticon Hearing Aids to Android
How to Change a Phonak Marvel Wax Filter
Pairing Phonak Marvel Hearing Aids to an Android
How to Change a Starkey Wax Filter
Doctor of Audiology
What is an Audiologist?
There has been a lot of consumer confusion over professional roles in the diagnosing and treatment of hearing loss. So what is an audiologist anyway? Many individuals facing hearing loss do not know the difference between an Audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (dispenser). 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). Audiologists are doctorate level clinicians who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss. Hearing instrument specialists are licensed to sell and fit hearing devices and do not require a degree in hearing loss to perform these services.
Hearing Aid Brand Choices
Many hearing stores and practices only offer one option to treat your hearing. In many cases, it is because they are owned by, or incentivised by a single manufacturer. However, just like hearing loss, not all treatment options are the same. Some devices are better than others depending on your unique type of loss and the lifestyle you want to lead.Learn More