If you need help with hearing, you want to know you're working with someone who truly cares about your health and improving your quality of life. At American Hearing Centers, our focus isn't on selling hearing aids. Our goal is to make you happy with how well you're hearing, so you can get back to spending time with friends and family and enjoying your life. We are especially skilled at solving problems when it comes to hearing loss and hearing aids. We're one of the only hearing aid practices in the region with a complete hearing aid repair lab in our offices. That's because we are dedicated to helping our patients no matter what it takes.Our Hearing Healthcare Services Review Us
Whether you come to our Ashtabula or Lake County hearing aid office, you'll find a comfortable, welcoming space with a friendly team ready to help you feel at home. We may be professional experts, but our offices are never cold or clinical. In fact, you'll usually find coffee, cookies, and donuts fresh and ready for you while you wait!
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Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know
In August 2017, a law was passed that allows FDA-regulated hearing aids to be sold over the counter instead of by a trained hearing healthcare professional.