Texas Hearing Care Specialists and Hearing Aid Devices

The hearing care team at Premier Hearing Center understands how difficult it can be to take the first step toward hearing restoration. Many patients attempt to simply work around their conditions, eventually suffering cognitive decline or health problems as a result of their inability to hear.

The hearing care providers in our  Fort Worth and Richardson offices work with each and every patient to find a custom solution to not only restore their hearing, but also improve their quality of life with…

  • Hearing Testing. We offer free hearing screenings to patients throughout Texas, ensuring that all hearing loss sufferers can get started on the road to hearing restoration. Our trained hearing specialists will take you through a variety of hearing testing procedures to determine the source and scope of your hearing problem, including tympanometry, otoacoustic emission testing, pitch and speech recognition, and live speech mapping.
  • Hearing Aid Devices. Our top-of-the range hearing aid devices are available in a wide range of sizes, colors, and styles, and are all offered at competitive price points. Our hearing care specialists will be happy to walk you through the capabilities of each device, and can personalize your chosen hearing aid by taking custom ear molds to fit your ear and programming the device to correct your specific type of hearing loss. We offer many different payment options through insurance providers, credit cards, CareCredit, and customized payment plans to fit any budget.
  • Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance. Whether your hearing aids need a deep cleaning or have been cutting in and our during conversations, our technicians can get your device working again. Our hearing care specialists can inspect a malfunctioning hearing device and perform repairs to restore clear sound, clean wax filters, and replace worn or broken tubing, and even reprogram your device to make sure your device is delivering the best sound possible.
  • Tinnitus Evaluation. Hearing loss and blockages in the ear canal are both common causes of tinnitus, also called head noise. This noise is often described as a ringing in the ears, but may be perceived as a whistling, buzzing, whooshing, or other distracting and persistent noise. Our hearing care providers can create a custom-made solution to ease annoying tinnitus, allowing you to focus on the sounds you want to hear.

Our hearing care professionals are also in several New MexicoTexas and Arizona locations, making it easy for patients in the Southwest to get the care and devices they need. Click on one of our office pages today for easy driving directions to the location nearest you!