Where can I find hearing aids near me?

If you are looking for a place to have your hearing checked, to buy a hearing aid, or to have your hearing aid serviced, you have come to the right place. Use our easy hearing center locator to find a hearing care specialist in your area who can help with all your hearing care-related requests.
To use the locator, simply type in your address in the search bar below or click on the map to find your closest hearing aid center. To find contact information for the hearing aid center just click on the selected center and more information will appear.

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Do I need hearing aids?

You might have noticed some signs that your hearing has changed. Maybe you have begun turning the volume on the TV up higher than usual or having to ask people to repeat themselves more often.

These can be signs that your hearing has gotten worse, and you might need a hearing aid. If that is the case, you are far from alone. More than 65 % of adults above the age of 60 experience some degree of hearing loss.* The first step can be reaching out to a hearing care specialist near you who will be able to help you treat your hearing loss.

Why is it important to treat hearing loss?

Treating age-related hearing loss is important not only because it can have a negative impact on your social life. It can also affect your health as it has been shown to be associated with an increased risk of depression and dementia*.

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Try our online hearing test before finding a hearing center near you

If you want to get an indication of how good your hearing is before you visit a hearing care specialist you can try our free, online hearing test. If the results indicate that you might have hearing loss the next step is to find a local hearing center, where a hearing care specialist can help perform further testing and a final assessment of whether you need a hearing aid.

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What happens at the hearing center?

Hearing care specialist, hearing aid specialist, audiologist, hearing specialist – hearing care professionals can have many different titles but the service they provide is similar. Below, you can read what the hearing care specialist can help you with:

  • Performing a hearing test
    A hearing care specialist can help perform tests to determine the degree of your hearing loss and the best way to treat it.
  • Giving advice on selecting a hearing aid
    A hearing care specialist can advise you on which hearing aid style and model is the right match for your needs and preferences. He or she will also be able to assist you with fitting the hearing aid, choosing accessories as well as performing service on your hearing aid if needed.
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Hearing aid service near you

Do you need help with your hearing aid? As a first step you can visit our service page where you will find helpful tips on how to take care of your hearing aid, how-to videos, guides on how to clean your hearing aid, change the batteries or solve connectivity issues.

If you did not find the answer to your question, you can also contact our customer service here.

Another option is to contact a hearing care specialist near you. Use the hearing center locator tool to find a hearing center near you.