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Welcome to Audiology and Hearing Aid Services! 


"Savannah’s Premier Hearing Healthcare Team"
 

Audiology and Hearing Aid Services was founded in 1984 in conjunction with Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of Savannah. With customer care as a top priority, the team of experienced Doctors of Audiology work to meet the unique hearing healthcare needs of every patient.

 

Audiology and Hearing Aid Services provides a full range of audiological services, including complete hearing evaluations, tinnitus evaluations, hearing aid consultations, hearing aid customization, aural rehabilitation, BAHA fittings and followup, the most up to date sophisticated hearing aid technology, and the latest advances in the hearing healthcare industry. Our team of Doctors of Audiology attend trainings around the world to provide the latest in hearing healthcare to better serve our patients.

 

 


60-day Trial Period

Special Financing for 18 months with approved credit

Most Insurances Accepted

State of the Art Technology

 

 

 

Please find all of our "New Patient Paperwork" located under the "Resources" tab

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Sooner is better / 08.09.2017

While most instances of hearing loss cannot be reversed, there are ways to improve hearing. Seeing a hearing specialist sooner is better.
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Did you know? / 08.07.2017

Did you know that there are several different types of hearing loss?

Presbycusis (loss of hearing that occurs gradually as one ages) is the most common for those 55 and older. Exposure to loud ...