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Hearing loss has many causes, symptoms and effects if left untreated.

The fact is, millions of Americans of all ages suffer unnecessarily from untreated hearing loss.

Taking the hearing evaulation above will guide you in the process of determining if sounds are being missed.

An Always H.E.A.R hearing specialist can advise you on what can be done to reconnect to those sounds.

Take the most important step by scheduling a FREE CONSULTATION with one of our hearing professionals:



We believe that every person should benefit

from the best

hearing possible.

Excessive noise



Birth defects

Infections to the head or ear


Reaction to drugs

Cancer treatment

About hearing loss progression.

Changes in our hearing don't typically occur across the board or all at once.  Rather, hearing loss symptoms appear over time.

Hearing loss often starts as a simple misunderstanding of certain words.  Over time you might start noticing more difficulty in noisy environments.  Many times you might think people are simply mumbling.  When hearing loss starts to become noticeable, many people get frustrated with others easily.

Many times in later stages of hearing loss, you start avoiding certains listening situations.

Untreated hearing loss has been studied and, according to The Gerontological Society of America, those with hearing loss who do not seek help have a lower quality of life.

The sooner we seek treatment for hearing problems, the more successful we'll be at slowing the negative social psychological cognitive, and health effects that come with it.  So don't wait!

Call now for a FREE Hearing Evaluation and to discuss your many options for better hearing with one of our hearing specialists:  309.664.6200

Hearing Loss Statistics

According to the journal of the American Medical Association, there are 26.7 million people in the United States over the age of 50 with significant hearing loss.  Sadly, only 15% of those people who need help chose to wear hearing aids.