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Beltone Hearing Aid Center

Connecticut

Health plays a crucial role in our ability to interact with the world around us, and hearing health directly contributes to our sense of well–being. At Beltone, we are committed to helping you understand the importance of your hearing. That's why we offer free, comprehensive hearing evaluations. We will determine if you have hearing loss, and, if hearing aids are right for you. Having a hearing test should be considered a normal part of preventative health care. Just as we go for routine medical checkups, eye exams, dental care, etc., annual hearing tests should start at age 50. Of course, if you have noticed any deterioration in your hearing at any age, a hearing assessment should be scheduled right away. With more than 15 Beltone centers in Connecticut alone, and 1500 centers across North America, it is easy to find a location close to you.

Feeling a bit anxious is common amongst individuals who have begun to notice signs of hearing loss. We invite you to browse through our Beltone Connecticut hearing aids website where you will find answers to your questions and concerns about hearing loss. It is also an excellent place to find out exactly what takes place during a hearing evaluation. Although choosing the right hearing aid technology and fit may seem overwhelming, it is important to note that specific hearing aids are designed to treat different types of hearing loss. Your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will be able to let you know which device is best suited to your type of hearing and lifestyle. If you suspect you or a loved one is experiencing hearing loss, there are certain signs to watch for. The following warning signs can indicate hearing loss when they are either ongoing, or, are experienced in some combination with one another.

  • People complain you are speaking too loudly
  • People seem to mumble more than ever before
  • You find it difficult to hear properly with your back to a speaker
  • You hear ringing in your ears
  • It is getting harder to have a conversation on the telephone
  • You find yourself constantly asking people to repeat themselves
  • Although you can hear conversation, it is difficult to understand all the words
  • Your family gets upset because you are constantly turning the volume up on the TV or radio
  • You find it hard to carry on a conversation in large groups or in noisy environments
  • You no longer hear common everyday noises within your home, such as the doorbell, oven timer, etc.

Let a Beltone state–licensed practitioner in one of our Connecticut offices get you on the road to better hearing. The sooner hearing loss is diagnosed and treated; the slower hearing loss is likely to progress. Ninety–five percent of patients suffering from hearing loss are successfully treated with hearing aids. Schedule your free hearing assessment at a Beltone Center near you, and take control of your hearing health, today.