A major public health issue, Hearing Loss is the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease. It is an invisible condition and because the presence of a hearing loss are not visible; the results of these invisible effects can be interpreted negatively by others who may consider you aloof, confused, or unengaged.
Hearing problems can arise for a number of reasons. Some patients have a family history of hearing loss, others have an underlying medical condition, such as diabetes, that causes hearing loss effects, and many are suffering due to a lifetime of exposure to loud noises. For many of our patients, hearing loss is a degenerative condition that only gets worse with time. Hearing loss must not be left untreated.
We Help Our Patients Live Fuller Lives With Hearing Care
Wearing hearing aid technology can help you take back control of your life. Hearing aid users report vast improvements in many areas of their lives, everything from their relationships at home and sense of independence to their social and intimate life. In fact, in 60 percent of cases, the friends and families of new hearing aid users agree that their relationships have significantly improved.
At Sound Advice Hearing Aid Centers, our hearing specialists in Maryland and Delaware help patients avoid hearing loss complications such as dementia and falls, allowing them to keep their independence and maintain their quality of life.
Call or Visit a Sound Advice Hearing Aid Center Near You Today!
With hearing centers across Maryland and Delaware, hearing problems are easily resolved. Call the toll-free number on this page to ask one of our highly trained professional about our testing procedures, hearing aid options and special financing to get you or your loved one back into the conversation and to enjoy the Delmarva lifestyle. Contact us today to set up an appointment. You’re going to love the way you hear again!