Welcome to the Hearing Center at Dallas Ear Institute
The professionals at The Hearing Center at Dallas Ear Institute utilize the latest innovations in diagnostic hearing assessments, rehabilitation and hearing device technology. Every individual’s hearing is assessed in a personalized and caring manner, and hearing loss treatment programs are created that match each person’s lifestyle and daily listening needs. Full audiological hearing testing, pediatric and adult audiology, tinnitus exams and tinnitus treatment, custom ear plugs, state-of-the art wireless hearing aids, and a variety of discreet and invisible hearing solutions are offered.
Patient care and customer service are the cornerstones of The Hearing Center at Dallas Ear Institute. The professionals are dedicated to satisfying both the patients’ medical and cosmetic needs. Ample time for each appointment is given so patients and their loved ones can have time to ask questions and become informed.
If you have experienced hearing loss and are seeking individualized care, contact Dallas Ear Institute to meet with our hearing specialists. To schedule a consultation at our hearing center in Dallas, Frisco, or Fort Worth, please view our locations and call today. Our hearing specialists provide comprehensive testing and treatment for individuals located throughout Keller, Alliance, Southlake, and Dallas, TX.
The Hearing Center at Dallas Ear Institute is your source for the most advanced hearing technology from professional, trusted hearing experts. There are many factors you need to consider when choosing a hearing aid. Understanding your hearing needs and the various hearing aid devices available is essential to choosing the right solution for your specific needs. Our hearing doctors will help you find the most appealing and comfortable device. The first step in finding the right solution for your hearing loss is to call our office to schedule a hearing evaluation.
There are two different types of hearing impairments, conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss. A third type is a combination of the two, called a mixed hearing loss. Hearing impairments are categorized by their type – conductive, sensorineural or both, by their severity, and by the age of onset. Furthermore, a hearing impairment may exist in only one ear (unilateral) or in both ears (bilateral).
Pediatric Hearing Loss
The Hearing Center at Dallas Ear Institute provides comprehensive pediatric services for children with hearing loss. Our audiologists have extensive experience testing and fitting hearing aids in children of all ages and developmental levels. The Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program at Dallas Ear Institute is one of the largest and most experienced in the country. Our office setting is intended to be child-friendly, making the office visit as pleasant as possible for both the child and parents.
We strive to give children and their families the information and ongoing support needed to make the best decisions about treatment options. Our audiologists and neurotologists recognize the unique issues involved in treating children with hearing loss and are devoted to providing excellent patient care.
Surgical and Implantable Hearing Aids
The Hearing Center of Dallas Ear Institute provides the latest hearing technology available from cochlear implants, implantable hearing aids, and surgical hearing correction.