Our Methodical Process to Achieving Better Hearing
It’s a staggering fact that 1 in 8 Americans have some form of hearing loss, whether as a result of the experience-rich life that you have led or due to circumstances such as genetics or things that are out of your control.
The biggest challenge is that many patients wait an average of seven years before taking any form of action after recognizing an initial sign of hearing loss.
Whether you’re struggling to hear people around the dinner table in a noisy restaurant or people around you seem to be mumbling, we highly recommend seeing a professional upon experiencing any symptoms of hearing challenges.
Through a simple comprehensive hearing test, you’re able to receive a baseline assessment of your level of hearing to either give yourself peace of mind or be able to take the right precautions to protect your long-term hearing health.
At Coastal Hearing Center, we’re trusted by tens of thousands of patients across the Mississippi Gulf Coast to use our unique methodical approach to caring for our patients’ hearing health.
If you have a question, then you can request a callback through the form on this page.
How We Can Help?
Comprehensive Hearing Assessments
When Was Your Last Hearing Test?
If you’ve experienced a sudden drop in your hearing quality, you’re getting buzzing noises, or something just doesn’t seem quite right, then you need to have a hearing assessment to identify the problem.
These quick, painless, and non-intrusive assessments are designed to get to the root of the problem (if there is one), and we’ll sit down with you after the test to discuss the results, and your options, which means there’s no hanging around!
Advanced Hearing Aid
In circumstances where a hearing loss is discovered, one of the most common solutions is hearing aids.
But don’t worry, hearing aids have drastically changed from the clunky devices that you may remember your grandparents wearing. The latest technology is small, discreet, and, in some cases, even invisible.
Treatment for Tinnitus
Tinnitus is a common hearing impairment. People who suffer from tinnitus perceive sounds that don’t exist. These may include a persistent ringing, clicking, whistling, or hissing in the ears.
Our doctors can diagnose you with tinnitus and pinpoint which factors may be contributing to the condition.
While there is no cure for tinnitus, we can recommend treatment options that minimize symptoms. These options include white noise machines, hearing instruments that relieve tinnitus noises, and tinnitus retraining therapy.
The most difficult part of caring for your hearing health is taking the first step.
When we ask our patients what prevented them from taking action earlier, they always say that it was a concern, a question, or an unknown that was preventing them from making a decision.
That’s why we have one of our friendly hearing care experts on hand to help.
If you have a question or a concern and would like a no-obligation conversation with an experienced hearing care specialist, then simply complete this form and we’ll call you back shortly.