Ohio Hearing Professionals
419-443-0710 Tiffin Office
419-933-4327 Willard Office
If you suspect you are experiencing hearing loss, consider these questions:
*Do you have to look directly at people to understand conversation?
*Do your family members complain that you need to turn the television volume down?
*Do you have trouble hearing in Church, restaurants, or in a group of people?
If you have answered "YES" to any of these questions above, schedule your FREE hearing evaluation today.
What can you expect at your hearing evaluation:
The purpose of the initial visit is to determine if you have a hearing loss and to what degree. First we assess your hearing history, we'll visually inspect your ears to rule out wax or infection and perform a hearing evaluation.
The hearing evaluation will determine whether you have a hearing loss, and what type. If hearing instruments are the solution for you, we will help you choose one that fits your hearing loss, lifestyle, design preference and budget.
Here at Ohio Hearing and Vision Professionals we offer both custom"In the ear" and "behind the ear" hearing devices, manufactured by Unitron™. There are many different technology levels that help you to listen in on anything, from a dinner out, to a business meeting, Kids/Grandchildren, telephone conversations, or even a coffee date with friends. Our hearing devices also come in many different colors that you are able to choose from to make them as unique as you!
Our unique services:
* Any-time cleaning and adjustments
*Repairs on all makes of hearing aids.
*Top-quality hearing aids and assistive listening devices.
*30-day trial period 100% money back guarentee.
* Flex-trials- Try before you buy
PRESENTING THE MOXI NOW:
It is the smallest behind the ear hearing device in the
world! Moxi™ Now automatically adapts to make listening
comfortable and easy.
You're not alone
If you're suffering with an untreated hearing loss, you may feel isolated and frustrated , like you're missing out on life. It's important to know you are not alone. Approximately one in 10 people experience some degree of hearing loss. Happily, about 90% can be helped with the use of hearing instruments.*
*Text taken courtesy Unitron ™