Solutions to Your Hearing Loss

If you have trouble communicating in different listening situations, you may have hearing loss. Contact us to find out how we can assist you.
Hearing loss typically happens very gradually, making it harder to detect when you are missing out on life happening around you. Our team is here to help you. We have highly educated and continually trained hearing health professionals ready to get you back on track.

Hearing Loss Can Happen to Anyone!

There is no age requirement for hearing loss. It can happen to anyone at any age. There are many causes of hearing loss from medical reasons to genetics, loud noise to trauma. There is no cure for hearing loss but here at South Shore Hearing Center, we can help you treat it. Let us find the right treatment plan for you. There are huge advancements in today’s hearing aids and they keep getting better.
You'll no longer need to ask people to repeat themselves, you can turn down the TV or music, and stay involved in all the activities you enjoy and live life to its fullest again.

Hearing Loss Myths

There has been so much research done to enhance our understanding of hearing loss and the technology used to help treat it over the past few years. We can now help people truly understand their options.

Fact: Your friends and family members typical notice you are missing out before you do. South Shore Hearing Center can provide a complete diagnostic evaluation to determine type and degree of hearing loss.
Fact: Hearing loss can lead to social withdrawal, frustration, and depression. Don’t ignore the problem for another moment. The best solution is to deal with the hearing loss rather than act like it’s not a problem.
Fact: Hearing aids have been proven to improve your ability to communicate, in turn improving your quality of life.
Fact: People who make the decision to wear hearing aids are making the decision to better their life. There is nothing smarter than that!
Fact: Most people do not realize if you have hearing loss in both ears, you’ll need two hearing aids. Both ears help locate the source of sounds, maintain balance, and of course, to hear the sound clearly regardless of the direction.
Fact: Your hearing healthcare provider will work within your budget to find the best hearing aid options.