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Welcome to BELTONE HEARING AID CENTER

If you're looking for the best in hearing care, we invite you to discover the Beltone Difference. It starts by making sure hearing trouble is actually hearing loss – many times it's not. If it is, you can try the tiniest and most advanced hearing aids you'll find anywhere – right here in the office. Add to that our compassionate hearing care and comprehensive aftercare, and you'll understand why Beltone patients are so satisfied. By choosing Beltone, you're assured a lifetime of individualized attention – for you and your hearing instruments.



Authorized Beltone Dispenser

Start by calling 800 485-1596 for a state-of-the-art hearing evaluation. Our screenings are always free. Or, simply click here to make an appointment. All of us here at BELTONE HEARING AID CENTER look forward to showing you how easy it can be to love your hearing!

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering if you, or someone you love, might need hearing assistance? Curious how much hearing aids cost? Click here
to read answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Latest Technology

Latest Technology

A leader in hearing technology, Beltone offers an unmatched assortment of hearing instruments that deliver remarkably natural sound and wireless connectivity, combined with comfort and cosmetic appeal. Find out how easy it can be to regain good hearing!

Hearing Health

Hearing Health

Good hearing makes it easy to stay connected with people, remain independent and excel on the job. And hearing loss can increase your risk for Alzheimer's disease, balance issues and more. Because hearing loss often develops gradually, here are 10 significant reasons why it's important to know if you have hearing loss.

Patient Testimonials

Patient Testimonials

Beltone patients review their experiences with Beltone's people, hearing aids, hearing care and service. Click here
to watch video stories about how their lives have changed with Beltone hearing aids.

Our Hearing Aids

Beltone hearing instruments are known for their tiny size, superior sound quality, user-friendly features, and wireless connectivity. They're small enough to sit on the tip of a finger–yet sophisticated enough to simulate the way ears actually process sound. They hide from view and can even be controlled with a smart phone. The result? An incredibly natural listening experience that's discreet, comfortable and cosmetically appealing.

Beltone Promise Line-up

A hearing aid like no other

A genuine breakthrough in hearing technology, Beltone First gives you new ways to hear the sounds you love. From its sleek new shape to its sound-processing power to its unique ability to sync with your favorite devices, it's in a class by itself.

Beltone First hearing aids wirelessly communicate with each other to customize sound as your surroundings change. By prioritizing speech, it's easy to hear the conversation, even in noisy places. Enjoy seamless transitions as you move from quiet to loud environments. It's all hands-free.

Beltone First fits 9 out of 10 hearing losses. Its lightweight, ergonomic design sits securely behind your ear, hidden from view.

Made for iPhone hearing aids

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With Made for iPhone capability, Beltone First hearing aids receive clear, clean sound streamed from your iPhone, iPad® and iPod touch®…like tiny wireless headphones.
And, a tap of your finger gives you a new way to hear:

  • Phone calls

  • Music

  • Movies

  • Audio from videos & games

  • Turn-by-turn directions

  • FaceTime® conversations

  • Siri®

  • So much more!

Use your iPhone to discreetly control your hearing aids and customize sound. Download our free HearPlus™ app to fully personalize your listening experience. HearPlus remembers the places you visit. When you arrive, your instruments automatically change to the settings you prefer. Use “Find My Hearing Aid” to locate misplaced devices. Fine-tune the treble/bass of a concert you're streaming.

You can also stream phone calls, TV, music–even other people–directly to your hearing aids with our Direct Line accessories. And, if you pair the Phone Link 2 accessory with our free SmartRemote™ app, you can use your iPhone® or Android™ as a discreet remote control. Adjust volume, change listening programs, enjoy clear phone calls, and more.

Beltone First is compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPad Air, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini and iPod touch (5th generation) using iOS 7.X or later. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Siri and FaceTime are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

Beltone Promise™ hearing instruments deliver sound as you remember hearing it—clear and easy to understand. As you move through the day and encounter different “sound surroundings”, your Promise hearing aids communicate with each other to intelligently – and automatically – self-adjust. As you change locations, transitions feel smooth and natural, and the sound is just right.

Ear-to-Ear Synchronization – Beltone Promise hearing aids automatically self-adjust according to where you are – in a quiet room, outside, or in a noisy restaurant, for example. And, if you choose to manually adjust one hearing aid, the change is instantly transferred to the other hearing aid, hands-free.

Beltone Wireless Network

Personal Wireless Network™ – Beltone is the first hearing aid company to offer many wireless hearing aid accessories that all work without cords or neck-loops. Our unmatched 2.4 GHz technology sends clear sound from your TV, stereo, PC, phone, iPod® and more, directly into your hearing aids.

What does this mean for you? If you're watching TV with a group of people, sound is streamed straight into your hearing aids. Adjust the volume without affecting what others hear. Freely move about the room. And, converse with others, while still hearing the television. Ask about Direct TV Link!

Another wireless accessory, the Beltone myPAL, is a small, portable mini-microphone with multiple uses. It can be placed in front of–or clipped onto–a sound source (such as your spouse) you want to hear…even from a distance. It’s easy to hear a lecture from the back of the lecture hall, or hear someone sitting at the opposite end of a table-for-10, at a noisy restaurant.

Each of our wireless accessories does something different for our patients. Be sure to ask for a demonstration when you come in!

Technology meets reliability – HPF80 NanoBlock™ protection is a coating that's applied to every hearing aid component, inside and out. NanoBlock™ protects circuitry from substances that can cause damage, such as moisture, dirt and ear wax. You avoid repairs, and spend more time loving what you hear.

Beltone HearPlus™ App

Beltone First™ hearing aids receive wirelessly-streamed sound from an iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch®. You can use these iOS devices to discreetly control and manage your sound and settings. By adding the free HearPlus™ app, you can also:

  • adjust volumes and settings

  • change hearing aid programs

  • check battery status

  • find a misplaced hearing aid

  • fine-tune music and audio

  • access informative tutorials

And, HearPlus lets you save settings for 15 different locations. When you visit your location is recognized and your preferred setting is automatically applied.

Beltone SmartRemote™ App

Pair SmartRemote with our Phone Link 2 accessory to use your iPhone® or Android™ phone as a discreet remote control. A swipe of your finger is all it takes to:

  • Privately adjust hearing aid volume in one or both ears

  • Easily change listening programs to suit your current environment

  • Reduce sounds around you when you're using the phone

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Beltone's award-winning 2.4 GHz wireless technology makes HearPlus and SmartRemote fast and effective. 2.4 GHz streaming is the industry standard for all Bluetooth® technology.

Direct Line Accessories

Focus on sound like never before. Direct Line accessories let you wirelessly stream sound from a TV, cell phone, PC – even a person – into your hearing aids. This direct connectivity makes it easy to hear what you want to hear, and tune out what you don't.

Beltone Direct Remote Control

Direct Remote Control 2

Remote Control 2 is a handheld device that lets you effortlessly and discreetly monitor and change environmental programs, and adjust the volume of sound you hear coming from the environment, or streaming to your hearing aids from a TV, PC, phone and more.

Beltone Direct TV Link

Direct TV Link 2

TV Link 2 is the first direct-to-ear way to watch TV. It wirelessly streams high-quality stereo sound from your television to your hearing aids–using 2.4 GHz technology. TV Link 2 streams sound from other audio sources as well, including home stereos and PCs.

Direct Phone Link 2

Beltone Direct Phone Link

Direct Phone Link 2

Small and lightweight, Phone Link 2 uses 2.4 GHz technology for a secure connection between your Bluetooth® phone and your hearing instruments. Hear the phone ring in your hearing aids, even when the phone is put away in a pocket or handbag. Speak hands-free, and enjoy crisp, clear conversation in both ears. Use the mute button to eliminate background noise when you're conversing in loud surroundings.

Beltone Direct Audio Link

Direct Personal Audio Link (myPAL)

Beltone myPAL helps you hear exactly want you want to hear in noisy or crowded environments, such as restaurants, lectures, meetings, airports and family events. A small, portable microphone, myPAL can be worn by, or placed near, a person you want to hear clearly – even from a distance. Your myPAL captures their voice and streams it directly into your hearing aids.

Styles of Hearing Aids

The “shell” or “case” is the outer covering of a hearing aid, and determines its style. The choice of hearing aid style is a personal one, and depends on many factors, such as lifestyle, desired aesthetic appeal, and degree of hearing loss. The hearing technology that’s right for you will be offered in a number of different styles. Choosing the right one can make a big difference in your overall satisfaction.

Explore the many styles we offer. And, rest assured – at Beltone, you can try lots of styles, right here in the office.

Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC) Style
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Tiny is the new small! About the size of a raspberry, Beltone Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC) hearing aids are the instruments of choice for those who desire hearing help that can't be seen.

A Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC) starts its life as an ear-impression of your ear canal. The impression is turned into a 3-D computerized rendering. From there, each hearing aid component is “virtually” positioned, in order to create the tiniest finished product possible. Then, your hearing aid is built, and delicately sculpted until it matches the contours of your ear canal.

This hand-tailoring ensures a “made-for-you” shape, and a superior fit. It also permits the hearing aid to sit more deeply within your ear canal, hidden from view. And, patients enjoy the clear and natural listening experience IICs provide.

Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) Style
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Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) hearing aids are the newest BTE style devices on the market, and, the most popular. An RIE hearing aid is comprised of a very small casing that sits behind the ear. The casing houses all of the electronic components of the hearing aid except for the receiver (also called the speaker). This allows the casing to be extremely tiny, so it's barely visible. A narrow transparent tube carries very thin wires from the casing to the receiver, which rests in your ear canal.

RIE hearing aids offer exceptionally natural sound quality, and can be used with custom-made or standard ear molds, depending on your individual amplification needs. Almost all types of hearing loss can be assisted with RIE style hearing aids.

Traditional Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Style
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Easy-to-wear BTE devices are small, and feature a curved casing designed to nestle comfortably behind the ear. By matching flesh tone or hair color, they hide with ease. A transparent tube connects the device to a custom-created ear mold worn in your ear canal. Ear molds are lightweight and comfortable, making BTE hearing aids easy to wear all day.

BTE style hearing aids can be used by just about everyone. They assist the entire spectrum of hearing loss, from mild to severe. Additionally, they are budget friendly, and adapt to most lifestyles.

Mini Behind-the-Ear (Mini BTE) Style
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The Mini BTE style hearing aid is a smaller version of the traditional BTE instrument. It features a nearly invisible tube connecting the casing to either a custom-made ear mold, or, an “open” ear dome. An open ear dome has small openings built into it and provides an “open fit.” The benefits of an open fit are more natural sound perception and extra airflow due to the apertures in the ear dome. Mini BTE hearing aids are great candidates for an open fit.

Because mini BTE hearing aids are so small, they provide enhanced aesthetics. You can choose from a variety of colors to match your hair color or skin tone.

Microphone-in-Concha (MIC) Style
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Designed to “disappear” from view and provide extremely natural sound, the MIC style hearing aid represents the latest innovation in “custom” hearing aid technology. The main part of an MIC hearing aid hides in your ear canal. This piece is custom-manufactured based on an ear canal impression taken during your visit, so it's very comfortable. The hearing aid microphone is a separate component, and is worn within the concha, or curved groove, of your external ear—where it stays out of sight. A tiny transparent tube sends sound from the microphone in your concha to the component in your ear canal.

The ingenious construction of the MIC style hearing aid takes advantage of the ear's anatomy to provide near-to-natural sound quality, and outstanding appearance. By placing the microphone in the curved portion of your ear, it's protected from wind noise. This makes the MIC style perfect for active individuals who spend time outdoors.

Completely-in-Canal (CIC) Style
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Another “tiny” offering, the CIC style hearing aid style is worn completely within the ear canal. Being a custom-crafted hearing aid, your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will take an ear canal impression to give your hearing aid a perfectly tailored fit. This ensures maximum comfort and sound quality.

CIC style hearing aids are most effective when treating mild-to-moderate hearing loss. Hearing aid wearers love them as they provide the benefit of improved hearing, with no one the wiser.

In-the-Canal (ITC) Style
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ITC-style hearing aids are custom-made, based on an impression taken of your ear canal and the surrounding area. They are slightly larger than completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aids, but still considered cosmetically appealing. All of the components in an ITC hearing aid are encased within a lightweight plastic shell. Their medium size makes them a great choice for push button controls. ITC hearing aids offer a secure fit, easy insertion and removal, and longer battery life. They work best for mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

Also popular is the Mini ITC style hearing aid. This option is less noticeable than the standard ITC hearing aid, but offers fewer easy-to-reach controls.

Full-Shell Style
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Full-Shell style hearing devices partially-to-fully fill the outer ear. They are custom manufactured to fit securely, and be as aesthetically pleasing as possible. All components reside within a lightweight plastic shell which is simple to insert and remove. Their bigger size accommodates a variety of feature options, including special controls that are easy to adjust.

Full-Shell style hearing aids use larger batteries which can power a bigger receiver. This makes them a superb choice for more serious hearing losses. Larger batteries also last longer, and are more “user-friendly” to handle.

The Benefits of BelCare™

One of the most comprehensive hearing care programs available, BelCare aftercare covers your hearing health—and protects your hearing investment—in 12 valuable ways. No other company offers the same level of commitment.

Our robust BelCare benefits plan, combined with our leading technology and personalized care, make Beltone the best place for better hearing.

The Benefits of BelCare

  • Free hearing aid clean & checks

  • Toll-free patient care line: 1-800-BELTONE

  • Free annual hearing exams

  • In-office trials to try the latest hearing technology

  • Lifetime care for you and your hearing instruments

  • Satisfaction-guaranteed 30-day refund policy

  • More than 1,500 participating offices, coast-to-coast

BelCare Disclaimer
The complete BelCare™ Plan is available at participating Beltone Hearing Care Centers. Some restrictions and limitations apply. 30-Day Refund Policy varies by state. Written arrangements with third-party payers supersede this policy, when appropriate. For complete details, see your independent participating Beltone Hearing Care Professional. Beltone is responsible for limited Warranty, LS&D, and Hearing Loss Protection programs. The independent participating Beltone Hearing Care Professional is responsible for all other facets of BelCare™.

Our Philosophy

Here at Beltone, we know how important good hearing is to the health and happiness of our patients. Hearing clearly keeps us connected with friends and loved ones, aware of our surroundings, and independent. Also, by keeping the brain properly stimulated, good hearing may lower our risk for Alzheimer's disease, depression and balance issues.

Our mission doesn't stop with finding just the right hearing instrument for each patient we serve. It continues with making sure you're totally comfortable with your hearing instruments in every way. Visit Beltone soon! And join the ranks of the “happily hearing”.

Meet Our Staff

Scott Larson

Owner and NBC HIS

Scott Larson has lived in the La Crosse area since 1993. Scott has been with Beltone since 1994, and started with his own practice with one small office in Winona, Minnesota. Today his practice has expanded to twenty-four part time, full time and service center locations in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Scott is a NBC-HIS and has been dispensing since 1992. He has a Marketing Degree from Wisconsin-Eau Claire (1992) and is serving as a member of Beltone's National Marketing Council. He is currently licensed in Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota and has a strong background in sales. As a hearing care practitioner he sold over 300 aids in nine different years with Beltone. He is a member of IHS and serves as a proctor for the Wisconsin State Licensing Board. On a personal note, the Larson's have three children (12, 10, 7). Scott is active in the community as a volunteer coach for youth t-ball, baseball and football teams. The Larson's have twice been awarded Beltone's Central Region Award.

Kurt Baumgartner

Hearing Care Practitioner

Kurt has been with Beltone since September of 2005 and has been in the hearing health field for six years. He is a State Certified Hearing Aid Dispenser in Minnesota and Iowa. He is also a Master Hearing Care Practitioner as well as a two time specialist of the year. Kurt gets real satisfaction when a person who was reluctant gets a taste for how much they have been missing and they give him a big smile that they can’t wipe off their face. Kurt has always lived in Austin and really enjoys the Midwest people that he meets and helps each day. He’s been married to the same lovely lady for 24 years and has the best daughter anyone could ask for. Kurt loves to play golf with family and fish with buddies. Together with his family and friends he is also active in volunteer ministry work which is very rewarding.

Bob Breaul

Hearing Care Practitioner

Bob has extensive training and experience working in all aspects of the hearing aid industry. He is a Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist in Wisconsin and a Certified Hearing Instrument Dispenser in Minnesota. He is a member of the International Hearing Society. Bob graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science Degree, a major in Business Administration and a minor in Speech from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI.

He has been an avid hi-fi audio fan since he was sixteen, when he purchased his first hi-fi stereo and built his own custom speakers. He is an outdoorsman and avid jogger. He likes to restore old cars and spending time with friends and family. He grew up in New Richmond, WI. He will continue to focus on providing patients with the most effective, honest and comprehensive help available. Bob has the highest possible commiment to helping people with their hearing.

Damaris Brown

Hearing Care Practitioner

Minnesota has been my home all my life. I have two married sons and they each have a daughter, so I love being a Grandma. My hobbies include biking, reading, cross country skiing and spending time at the lake. I have worked with Seniors for most of my working life. 2014 will be my seventh year in the hearing aid industry. I look forward to helping people achieve better hearing and have a better quality of life.

Mark Chrisinger

Hearing Care Practitioner

I very much understand how a hearing loss impacts people’s lives. I have several family members that have a significant hearing loss and this is one of the main reasons I chosen this as my career. I came to Beltone because of their reputation of being the “Most trusted Name in Hearing Aids”. I have been extremely impressed with the quality of Beltone instruments and the patient aftercare program. I look forward to providing quality patient care and improved quality of life for
patients.

Mark has been married to his wife Becky for 33 years. Together they have two sons, Bennett and Tyler. He enjoys many outdoor activities including golf, hunting, and fishing.

David Reimann

Hearing Care Practitioner

David believes that because each person is unique, each hearing loss is unique. He takes the time to thoroughly evaluate each patient’s lifestyle as well as their hearing loss to find the hearing instrument that best suits their specific needs. David sees that there is a misconception that hearing aids are a one size fits all product. He knows this is not the case as each person is uniquely different, so is their hearing loss. David wears a hearing aid and knows that what might work for him may not work for someone else. That is why it is so important to come in, be tested properly and cared for as an individual.

Dave is married to Cindy and they have two sons, Nathan and Alexander. He enjoys spending time with family and being outside whether it be at the barbeque, gardening, fishing on the lake or hunting in the woods.

Torry Rhoades

Hearing Care Practitioner

Torry has been with Beltone since 2001 and became National Board Certified in 2003. He has been fitting Hearing Instruments in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The most rewarding part of his job is to see people enjoy the ability to hear again. Outside of work Torry loves bass fishing and spending time with his son and daughter. His daughter loves being part of her Gymnastics team and his son loves to play baseball. Torry and his wife moved to the LaCrosse area in 1998.



Julia Theede

Hearing Care Practitioner

Julia graduated from Ozark Technical College with a degree in Hearing Instrument Science and now serves Mason City, IA, Charles City, IA and the surrounding northern Iowa areas as a Licensed Hearing Care Practitioner. Julia loves her patients and is very passionate about hearing health education and treatment for hearing loss. Julia loves helping people understand more about their hearing. She feels very privileged to help her patients achieve a higher quality of life by helping them hear better and communicate with the world around them.

Jenny Vernon-Thompson

Hearing Care Practitioner

Jenny has been with Beltone since January 2001. Initially she was a Patient Care Coordinator. It became a strong desire for her to be able to more fully help those with hearing loss. So Jenny feels it has been a great privilege that since 2005 she has been a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist. She has also achieved the distinction of Master Hearing Aid Practitioner. It is important to Jenny to do something with her life that truly benefits others. To be able to help others reconnect with their world, especially their loved ones is something she cherishs. Helping them to hear the best it is possible for them to hear is an awesome experience. She feels she meets the most wonderful people. Jenny and her husband together have four grown children and three grandchildren with another due soon. She enjoys meeting new people, the arts and travel. Jenny loves to bake and try new recipes; her family also enjoys that pastime!



Brian Wells

Hearing Care Practitioner

Brian Wells is in his seventh year of serving the hearing impaired. He is a Minnesota State Certified Hearing Instrument Dispenser. Brian is very proud of Beltone’s leading-edge technology and is committed to providing the best patient care to Rochester and its surrounding communities.





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Discount off MSRP. Cannot be combined with other offers, coupons or insurance plans. Previous purchases excluded. Participation may vary. See office for details. Benefits of hearing aids vary by type and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper fit. Beltone Hearing Care Centers are independently owned and operated. Participation may vary. © 2014 Beltone.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these questions and answers. If you don't see your question here, feel free to contact us. We'll be happy to answer it!

How do I know if I need hearing aids?
Only a comprehensive hearing screening performed by a licensed hearing care professional, audiologist, or medical doctor can tell you if you need hearing aids. Often, people think they need hearing aids, but they really don't. Come in and see where you stand.

How much do hearing aids cost?
A set of hearing aids can range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars, depending on your individual hearing loss, the style you choose for your lifestyle, and many other factors. There's no way to predict or guess without seeing you for a hearing evaluation—and that's absolutely free! And remember, if hearing loss is due to a condition such as excess earwax, hearing aids are not even needed.

Will I be able to hear in noisy places?
Beltone hearing aids simulate natural hearing. They communicate with each other to automatically adjust when you're in noisy surroundings. Speech is prioritized, and background noise is de-emphasized, or blocked completely. The result? Easy listening in loud places.

Why it's important to know if you have hearing loss

  1. Neglecting, denying or ignoring hearing loss can hasten its progression. Conversely, treating hearing loss can dramatically slow its progression, and help you preserve good hearing for life.

  2. A major study* recently found that untreated hearing loss can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and dementia, by depriving the brain of needed stimulation. Those with mild hearing impairment were nearly twice as likely as those with normal hearing to develop dementia. The risk increased three-fold for those with moderate hearing loss, and five–fold for severe impairment. The good news - hearing aids keep the brain active and may lower the risk.

  3. Good hearing keeps you aware of your surroundings. Hearing sirens in traffic, your name called, or even something as simple as the oven timer helps you stay safe and maintain your independence.

  4. Hearing loss has been shown to triple the chance of falls, especially among older adults.

  5. Good hearing wards off feelings of depression, isolation, loneliness and frustration. Life is more enjoyable.

  6. Understanding others and actively participating in the conversation keeps you connected to friends and loved ones, and boosts self–esteem.

  7. More than 200 medications, including common antibiotics and aspirin, can cause hearing problems. Ask your doctor about the hearing–related side effects of any pharmaceuticals you are taking. And, before starting treatment, get a baseline record of your hearing to keep track of changes over time.

  8. Those who correct hearing loss with hearing aids are more likely to be employed, stay employed and earn a higher income, compared to those with untreated hearing loss.

  9. Infectious diseases such as meningitis, measles, mumps and chronic ear infections make people more prone to hearing impairment. Other common causes include exposure to excessive noise, head and ear injury, and aging.

  10. Half of all cases of deafness and hearing impairment are avoidable through primary prevention. So, click here to schedule a Beltone hearing screening!

*“Hearing Loss and Incident Dementia.” Archives of Neurology Feb. 2011: 214–220.

Beltone Patient Testimonials

Beltone patients review their experiences with Beltone's people, hearing aids, hearing care and service. Click on a video story below to learn about how their lives have changed with Beltone hearing aids.