Hearing Aids


When to consider a hearing aid:

It’s time to consider a hearing aid when hearing loss starts to develop. Many people wait years before they move forward with a hearing aid, even if they have a significant hearing loss. This can put a strain on relationships and cause extra fatigue from trying to listen all day! Hearing aids can also help with tinnitus, which is the term for hearing noises like ringing, buzzing or beeping in your ears. Make an appointment to discuss them further with our audiologist!

What types of hearing aids are available through Hammond Associates?

All styles of hearing aids from custom in-the-canal (ITC) and in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids to receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) and behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids. Most hearing aids have Bluetooth capability for streaming phone calls or music and to use your phone as a remote control for the hearing aids! Hearing aids with many different features and styles are available. Some hearing aids are even rechargeable now. We work with most hearing aid manufacturers including Oticon, Phonak, ReSound, Widex, Unitron, and others! We also work with bone conduction hearing aids. Our audiologist can have a conversation about what option might work best for you, your hearing loss and your lifestyle!


If you have any questions about getting hearing aids for the first time,
or upgrading your current hearing aids,
call to make an appointment or fill out our online form.