At Audiology Services & Hearing Aid Center, we are in the business of helping you find the right supports that will help you enjoy a life of beautiful hearing and improved quality of life.
With our extremely extensive service offering, we’re confident we will be able to help you with whatever obstacle you may be facing.
Below you’ll find a brief overview of some of our most commonly requested services. If you don’t see what you are looking for, feel free to reach out to our friendly team today. We’ll be able to connect you with the help you need.
Whether this is your very first hearing assessment or you’re seeking a second opinion, we’ve got you covered.
Together, we will complete a comprehensive hearing exam that will result in a detailed outline of your unique hearing profile.
From there, we will discuss your current treatment plan (if you have one) and what your best options are in moving forward.
Baseline Testing should begin at age fifty (if hearing is normal, then a few years later).
We have a solution for every budget. We understand that treating hearing loss is a sensitive process and we want you to have all the information you need to make an informed decision – on your own time.
The process of adjusting to hearing aids requires professional guidance from a trusted hearing professional. Dr. Mandi Solat will ensure you are fitted with the best hearing aid for your situation and program them using real ear measurements.
The importance of a properly fitted and programmed hearing aid cannot be emphasized enough. Learn more about the process of hearing aid fittings & programming.
As an independently operated audiology practice, we can fit patients with hearing aids from all of the leading manufacturers. This ensures our patients receive the best hearing aid for their unique hearing loss, lifestyle and budget requirements.
When we fit a hearing aid, we want to make sure it is perfect. This is why we use real ear measurements (REMs), which uses sophisticated technology and hundreds of data points to ensure your hearing aids fit like a glove.
Our practice is one of less than 30% of hearing care providers that performs real-ear measurements when fitting patients with new hearing aids. REM's result in better fittings, and higher patient satisfaction with their new aids.
Getting hearing aids doesn’t mean your journey to better hearing ends. After being fit with your new hearing aids, we'll guide you through the adjustment period as well answer any questions or concerns that may arise.
We'll also schedule periodic clean & check appointments. During these appointments our team will professionally clean your aids and ensure they are working at their best for you.
Modern hearing aids are durable and reliable, but occasionally may require repairs. If your hearing aids aren't working as they should, our experienced professionals can perform hearing aid repairs at our Lakewood practice.
Most hearing aid repairs can be performed in house, same day. If your aids require more extensive repairs, we will send them to the manufacturer on your behalf.
Tinnitus (also known as ‘ringing in the ears’) is the frequent experience of bothersome sounds inside the head. The condition is very common, effecting 44 million Americans and is the most common injury for our armed service men and women.
Others cannot hear the sounds that are described as ringing, buzzing, or chirping but for individuals with tinnitus, the sounds are very real and perceived as a threat to their well-being.
Sometimes, tinnitus symptoms can be relieved through earwax removal, changing medication or treating a blood vessel issue. Most often, however, tinnitus treatment goes hand-in-hand with hearing aid treatment.
We understand how imperative hearing protection is, especially for those working (or playing) in noisy environments. This is why we not only offer hearing loss solutions, but also solutions to protect the hearing you currently have!
Custom ear molds or musician plugs are a great way to comfortably protect your hearing – while allowing you to enjoy the sounds you want to hear.
We also offer swim plugs to protect against bacteria growth and water damage associated with swimming in pools or lakes.
For musicians, we offer custom impressions for in-ear-monitors and musicians earplugs.
If you have wax build up in one or both of your ears, you should never attempt to remove it yourself. This is can cause major damage to your ear, and even lead to an infection.
We invite you to schedule an appointment for professional wax removal with one of our experienced hearing professionals. We have a video camera on site to give you a visual of how much wax is in your ear, before and after wax removal services are performed.