Frequently Asked Questions

Hearing aids on both ears

Q. Do I need hearing aids for both ears?

If you have a hearing loss in each ear, you will most likely need hearing aids for both ears. Our auditory system is set up to receive and process sound from both ears. The information is combined and processed by our brain for maximum advantage. Volume, directionality, localization, and noise suppression are all controlled by our powerful brain. Our ears let the sound in, but our brain does all the hearing by connecting sound with meaning and language.

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Hearing Myths

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MYTH: I can’t afford hearing aids.
FACT: The price of a hearing device depends on the style, technology, and amount of features it contains. There are hearing devices to help nearly every form of hearing loss at every budget. At Midwest Audiology, we offer different financing options so you can feel comfortable with your investment. We also offer an affordable hearing aid rental program that includes all batteries and any repairs during the rental period.
MYTH: Hearing aids are going to further damage my hearing.
FACT: When properly fitted by a hearing healthcare provider, hearing devices will never damage hearing. In fact, people who confront their hearing loss in the early stages can actually see a decrease in the rate of their hearing loss.
MYTH: Hearing aids are not able to help me.
FACT: Hearing devices are now being made to treat nearly all forms of hearing loss, from mild to severe. Before you say that your hearing loss can’t be treated, we encourage you to come in for a free consultation and get the facts about your hearing health.
MYTH: Hearing aids will restore my hearing back to 100%.
FACT: Unfortunately, there is no way to completely reverse the effects of hearing loss. However, it’s possible to provide you with the best sound clarity experience through properly fitted hearing devices. After wearing devices for a short period of time, you’ll find the hearing experience to be very natural.

Midwest Audiology Center, LLC

4818 S. 76th St. # 3
Greenfield, WI 53220

Tel: (414) 281-8300
 

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm

1310 Mendota Street # 113
Madison, WI 53714

Tel. (608) 244-1221
Toll free. (800) 646-0493

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm

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Wisconsin Hearing Aids, Inc.
1310 Mendota Street # 113
Madison, WI 53714
Tel. (608) 244-1221
Midwest Audiology Center, LLC
4818 S. 76th St. # 3
Greenfield, WI 53220
Tel. (414) 281-8300