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Your Appointment, What to Expect

Initial No Charge Consultation & Our exclusive “Choice Fitting Program.” Contact Us: Your initial consultation with Dr. Durán is a no charge one-on-one session. In this session the four key elements to a successful hearing aid fitting are analyzed and discussed. Dr. Durán combines his experience with your input and needs using our exclusive “Choice Fitting Program”, to offer you the best options for your needs.

The Durán Family’s 30 years of combined experience has led to the realization that there are crucial elements needed for a successful hearing aid experience. These elements include 4 major factors:

  • Type & Degree of hearing loss: An audiometric evaluation is performed to determine your type and degree of hearing loss.
  • Aesthetics: How important is size to you? Options on the size and style of your hearing aid are presented based on your hearing loss and your personal choice.
  • Life style: Today’s technology offers us many options that can be customized to fit your life style needs. Whether you are looking for clarity while watching TV or your need are more challenging such as in restaurants, meetings or social events, there is a level of technology that is right for you.
  • Budget: The broad range of product we offer ensure that there is a hearing aid that will fit your budget. 0% Financing is also available.

In a private consultation with Dr. Durán, each factor is considered, using our exclusive “Choice Fitting Program”, and the outcome is a truly customized hearing solution for your personal needs.

If you currently use hearing aids, but are not satisfied with the benefit they offer you, our program can help you attain your hearing goals.

How You Hear

Hearing begins when the outer ear, the visible portion of the ear that is on the outside of the head, channels sound waves down the auditory canal. This tube like passageway is lined with tiny hairs and small glands that produce earwax. Click here to view a video about how you hear.

The middle ear lies at the end of the auditory canal. It is composed of the eardrum and three small bones known by the layman as the hammer, the anvil and the stirrup. When sound waves hit the eardrum, it vibrates and, in turn, moves the hammer. The hammer moves the anvil, which moves the stirrup, which moves the vibrations into the inner ear.

The inner ear consists of the cochlea and the nerve of hearing. It converts sound waves into nerve impulses that travel to the brain via the movement of tiny hair cells. The brain, in turn, allows us to hear…as long as the message it is receiving is not distorted due to problems in the process just described.

Want to learn more?

Click here to learn about the types and causes of hearing loss.
Click here to take a “Hearing Assessment Quiz.”
Click here to learn what happens during a hearing screening appointment.