​Hearing is personal. It’s about people. It’s not really about products. Of course you want hearing aids which make use of the best technology available. That’s a given. But often two people will get the same great hearing aids, yet one will be very successful and happy for years while the other does poorly, and maybe gives up. Why does this happen?

The answer is this; Hearing care is about successfully applying technology to individuals. People are unique, and nowhere is this more relevant than with hearing. Every patient has a different hearing profile, different hearing priorities, different lifestyles, different physical attributes, different medical histories, different living environments and different family members. It goes on and on. All of these factors are important and must be considered when choosing options, when making decisions about which hearing aids will work best for each person, and how they are to be applied.

We all love research and shopping, so we know you will enjoy exploring our product lists, to learn about the different hearing aids and their attributes. But we also encourage you not to place too much emphasis on that part of the process. Too many people spend the bulk of their pre-purchase research endlessly pondering the features of various products, but give very little thought to choosing who will ultimately provide the product, and the life-long relationship that should follow.

Remember this:

The person, and the office that helps you with hearing aid decisions initially, and follows your progress in the years after purchase, is more important to your success than any other factor in the hearing aid acquisition process.

And that is the key to our patients’ success here at Auditory Services. Read what our patients say about us. Talk to some of our patients. You will find that most of them will not really tell you much about their hearing aids, specifically. They just use their hearing aids. Mostly they will talk about us, and about this office. They will tell you how the attention, concern, expertise and value here has made them successful hearing aid users. They will tell you about the importance of the relationships they share with us, and how our attention to the details of their lives, and their needs gives them the confidence of knowing their hearing care is in good hands for now and for the years ahead.