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In-the-ear. Behind-the-ear. Receiver-in-the-canal. Completely-in-the-canal. Today’s hearing aids not only offer wireless connectivity, directionality, near invisibility, and clearer sound than ever before, but they also come in a wider variety of styles to match your communication needs. Good thing, too, because hearing loss affects an estimated 466 million people and counting,… Read more
They’re typically unexpected and can happen anytime. They sometimes end with a giggle but often are far more serious. They’re falls, and preventing them can help preserve your health and quality of life. So don’t miss this: We’ve got five simple tips for avoiding hazardous slips! According to research, falls… Read more
Enjoying the Sand and Waves? Protect Your Hearing Aids!: 8 Simple Do’s & Don’ts When it comes to hearing aids, a little TLC can go a long way toward helping them perform their best. Whether your summer includes playing Marco Polo, setting sail, or just catching some sun on the… Read more
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As technology advances and “hearables” become more commonplace, one odd fact emerges: We’re putting more and more things behind or in our ears. Whether glasses, headphones, or the latest discreet behind-the-ear hearing device, the area our ears occupy is starting to get a little crowded. So that begs the question:… Read more
The Sound Void: How Hearing Loss Sneaks Up on You When you come to your first appointment with us, we encourage you to bring a companion, someone who spends a lot of time with you. Why is that? Because they’re able to give us a different perspective on your hearing… Read more
My Tinnitus Has a Melody — Is That Possible? You probably know someone who experiences tinnitus — a ringing, buzzing, pulsing, hissing, or humming with no external source. People often call it “ringing in the ears,” and it affects approximately 15% of the U.S. population, according to the American Tinnitus… Read more
Hearing Care Q & A Question: Why Do You Encourage Us to Bring a Companion? Answer: The simple answer is that everyone benefits, including your audiologist. Let’s unpack some of the reasons for this: Hearing loss affects your companion, too Once someone suspects they have hearing issues, they’ll wait,… Read more
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“Dr. Moore & her staff made you feel so comfortable, not like just patient number. Very pleased.”
“Family & Friends referred to Advanced Hearing Care. They are patient, explains care for our family. Best in town”
“I have had hearing aids since August of 1989 from several providers and is the best by far”
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Advanced Hearing Care opened in 2006. Dr. Stephanie Moore has firmly established Advanced Hearing Care as Bartlesville’s preeminent audiology and amplification practice. Dr. Moore and her professional staff provide the full range of hearing services from testing to fitting corrective devices for patients of all ages. This local practice has received the Best of Bartlesville award for 9 years and was voted Best Small Business of the Year 2015 by the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce.
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- Do you often hear people talking but simply have difficulty understanding them?
- Do you sometimes struggle to hear clearly in background noise?
- Do you occasionally have trouble following the conversation in small groups?
- Do you find it challenging to explain your hearing situation to others?
HEARING TESTS: OUR FOUR-STEP PROCESS
At Advanced Hearing Care, the most important service that we offer is comprehensive audiological evaluation. Our initial evaluation and consultation will follow a Four-Step Process: Interview, Examination, Diagnostic Process, and Treatment Consultation.
TECHNOLOGY FOR YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS
We believe in providing the right hearing solution for you. Advanced Hearing Care offers a full line of digital hearing aids to serve your specific needs. Whether you are interested in reliable, easy-to-wear solutions at an affordable price or you are in need of top-of-the-line hearing support, Advanced Hearing Care can customize today’s extraordinary technology and tailor it for your specific, individual needs.
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Hearing aid styles
When it comes to hearing aid styles, there are many options from which to choose. From the tiniest custom made product to the most powerful standard hearing aid, we have it all for every type of hearing loss.
Assistive Listening Devices
What we often discover during the Four-Step Process with our patients is that the most appropriate solution for a particular patient is either a Hearing Protection Device or an Assistive Listening Device. These lower-cost alternatives provide limited help for specific situations but are often the best solution possible.
Cochlear implants are for when hearing aids are not providing enough benefit. Often as hearing loss progresses, hearing aids only raise the volume but not the clarity that severe hearing losses often need. Cochlear implants help to provide that solution. Testing is required to see if you are a candidate and insurances are more often helping to cover implantation in recent years.
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Advanced Hearing Care has been hand-selected by the largest member-owned organization in the hearing care industry, Audigy Group. As an AudigyCertified™ practice, we share in their mission to deliver unsurpassed patient satisfaction, excellence through continuing education, effective analysis and diagnosis of your hearing condition, and customized treatment solutions for each individual and unique hearing loss situation. Because we are AudigyCertified™, you can be assured that we are raising the standards of hearing care. We are Experienced Professionals who give Expert Advice and work with today’s most Extraordinary Technology to provide our patients and their loved ones with Excellent Service at an Exceptional Value.
ABOUT ADVANCED HEARING CARE
Dr. Stephanie Moore first opened the doors of Advanced Hearing Care in 2006. Since opening, we have been dedicated to providing Bartlesville and the surrounding areas with the best possible hearing care. This dedication was recognized by Audigy Group in 2009, at which point we were selected as an AudigyCertified™ Practice. As we continue to grow, our patients can rest assured that we are always available to them for their hearing care needs.
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Exposure to excessive noise during work or leisure activities can increase a person’s risk of hearing loss and potentially worsen a pre-existing hearing problem. Continuous exposure to 85 decibels (dB) can have a detrimental effect on your hearing. Take for example, the noise of a street with constant heavy traffic.
The Educated Patient
In a day and age when almost any information a person can want is found on the internet, it can be really confusing to be an educated patient when it comes to your hearing health care.
The decision to use amplification to treat hearing loss is a great step in the right direction, but it is not the end of the journey. The first few days and weeks are critical to the successful fitting of a hearing system. Here are a few tips to keep in mind during this important time.
Tinnitus (TIN-i-tus or ti-NIGHT-us), commonly referred to as “ringing in the ears,” is the perception of sound where no external source is present.
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Your hearing is a precious gift – one you need to take care of or run the risk of losing. An important part of hearing care is having your hearing checked periodically. It can sometimes be difficult to know whether or not a hearing test is needed.
- Is it really necessary to wear two hearing aids, or can I get by with one?
- Why do your hearing aids cost so much?
- What should new hearing aid users really expect?
- Why does my voice sound so odd to me when wearing hearing aids?
- How much time is needed to adapt to hearing aids?
- What can I do about the whistling (feedback) produced by my hearing aids?
- How often must hearing aids be replaced?
Here you can find a few related links:
TSHA, TOTAL SOURCE FOR HEARING-LOSS AND ACCESS
BETTER HEARING INSTITUTE
AMERICAN TINNITUS ASSOCIATION
Advanced Hearing Care follows HIPAA’s regulations by posting The Notice of Privacy Practices. Please review and contact us if you have any questions.
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