Located in Wheaton, Ill., The Hearing Doctors in the premier hearing center serving the Chicagoland area. With the most advanced hearing loss and hearing healthcare practice, we’re dedicated to bringing the best possible choices to our patients for their hearing loss health.
We truly believe that no one should have to live with hearing loss. Call us at 630-752-9505 to schedule a hearing loss test at either office and ask how you can qualify for three years of free hearing aid batteries.
While earwax, or cerumen, is a naturally occurring substance that actually protects the delicate structures inside of our ears, sometimes people produce too much. Overproduction can occur more often when people wear hearing aids. Earwax removal should be done by a professional.Learn More
Evaluation for Hearing Aids
The first step to better hearing is a hearing aid evaluation. During a hearing aid evaluation, an audiologist will perform a series of tests to determine the type and degree of hearing loss you may have.Learn More
Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance
While hearing aids are more technologically advanced and harder to break than ever before, they still require proper care and maintenance. After all, hearing aids are small devices, with intricate components that are prone to wear and tear. Proper maintenance can help increase the longevity and efficiency of your device.Learn More
Hearing Care for Infants and Children
Hearing loss affects everyone, which is why The Hearing Doctors provides hearing care for individuals of all ages, including infants and children.Learn More
Hearing Fitting & Programming
Hearing aid selection is just the initial step toward a more enjoyable life with better hearing. After being evaluated for hearing aids, you will meet with your audiologist at The Hearing Doctors for a hearing dispensing and fitting appointment. This appointment is vital to making sure you get the most out of your new devices.Learn More
Hearing loss issues are consistently one of the top reported health conditions for many Americans, including our military service members and veterans. Yet it is also one of the most under-treated. For example: did you know that 80% of hearing losses can be treated with hearing aids, but only one in four individuals who could […]Learn More
Tinnitus Treatment Options
Tinnitus, characterized as a ringing in the ears, can be difficult to treat, though not impossible. Treatment depends entirely on the cause of the tinnitus. Common treatment options include: hearing aids, medication, therapy and noise machines.Learn More