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We are happy to announce that all of our locations are currently open. If you are in need of supplies, please visit our online shop to have them shipped directly to your home. 

 

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Mesa, AZ

6116 E. Arbor Ave, Suite 110
Mesa, AZ 85206

P: (480) 562-6001 

F: (480) 562-6010

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Peoria, AZ

8877 W Union Hills Dr, Suite 350
Peoria, AZ 85382

P: (623) 428-0727 

F: (623) 738-3918

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Scottsdale, AZ

10277 N 92nd St, Suite 101
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

P: (480) 393-0677  

F: (480) 681-4294

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Surprise, AZ

15015 W Bell Rd, Suite 101
Surprise, AZ 85374

P: (623) 227-1924  

F: (623) 738-3913

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If you are in need of hearing aid supplies, we have everything listed in our online shop

Hearing Aid Supplies

Starkey Domes

$ 10.50

Hearing Aid Supplies

Oticon Domes

$ 10.50

Hearing Aid Care

Hearing Aid Batteries

$ 6.00$ 57.00

Hearing Aid Supplies

Oticon ProWax miniFit Filters

$ 10.50

Hearing Aid Supplies

Oticon ProWax Filters

$ 10.50

Hearing Aid Supplies

Phonak Wax Guards

$ 10.50

Video Tutorials

To see all of our helpful tutorials check us out on YouTube

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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). 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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Our Audiologists

Dr. Shanna Dewsnup Au.D.

Shanna Dewsnup, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Dr. Matt Wetmore Au.D.

Matthew Wetmore, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Deborah Blaylock Au.D.

Deborah Blaylock, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Dr. Alexa Patton Au.D.

Alexa Patton, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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Jacklyn Churchill Doctor of Audiology

Jacklyn Churchill, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

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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.

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