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Beltone Hearing Aid Center

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Beltone Hearing Aid Dispensers in Wyoming (WY)

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Casper Cheyenne Gillette Lander Pine Bluffs

Wyoming

Beltone Hearing Aid Centers are committed to providing adults with the best hearing care available today. We strive for superior customer service and are committed to offering the highest quality hearing aids on the market. For more than 70 years, we have been providing exciting new innovations in hearing aid technology. We are proud to be the winner of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show Innovation Award for Design and Engineering, for our Beltone True™ brand of hearing aids. Our continued efforts to bring our patients the most natural listening experience possible continues to be the driving force behind all of our Beltone Hearing Aid Centers.

We work hard to create a relaxed, caring and supporting atmosphere every time you visit a Beltone office. All of our hearing assessments are conducted by highly trained and professional Hearing Care Practitioners. We take the time to make sure you understand each phase of your hearing test, and encourage you to ask any questions you have regarding your hearing care.

If the results of your hearing assessment indicate a hearing loss that can be corrected with hearing aids, we will carefully go over all the hearing instruments recommended for your particular type and degree of hearing loss. Our exclusive BelCare™ program ensures that you receive a lifetime of service and care for any Beltone hearing aids you purchase. You will also have access to any one of our more than 1500 Beltone locations throughout the nation–so you will never be far from a Beltone office no matter where your travels take you.

This website is designed to help you find all the latest information pertaining to all aspects of hearing health and hearing loss treatment options. You will learn how to recognize the common warning signs of hearing loss, steps you can take to protect your hearing health, and tips on what you should and should not do when someone close to you is experiencing hearing loss. We believe that the more information you have regarding hearing care, hearing health and hearing loss, the easier it will be to make the best decisions pertaining to your hearing care needs.

Regular hearing tests are as important to your overall health and well–being as are yearly checkups with your family doctor, dentists, eye doctor, etc. Many adults who suffer from hearing loss do not seek appropriate help or receive treatment for years after they first notice symptoms. Yet, early diagnosis is crucial in order to help prevent further damage to the ears. If you, or someone close to you, seems to be showing signs of hearing loss, we would strongly encourage you to contact a Beltone office and make arrangements for a free, comprehensive hearing evaluation. It is important to remember that hearing loss will not go away by itself, and that if undiagnosed, can lead to a significant decrease in one's quality of life.