Hearing Tests

Hearing evaluation appointments with Columbia Hearing Centers are fast, simple and painless. They are designed to assess the sensitivity of your hearing and reveal the type, extent and frequency of your hearing loss. Your hearing professional will use the information collected at this visit to develop an effective treatment plan. There are several different tests…

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Hearing Aid Fittings

At Columbia Hearing Centers, we believe it’s not only about having the latest technology; having the correct technology to fit your needs will produce the best outcomes. An effective treatment plan includes: Your Hearing Instrument Specialist will learn about your hearing lifestyle and how you connect to your listening world. By fully understanding the challenges…

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Hearing Aids

Hearing aids have evolved tremendously. Wearers today are able to remain engaged in their daily activities without isolation that is often experienced through hearing loss. Advancements in technology allow users to seamlessly connect to their everyday electronics, including the television, cellular phones and other wireless devices. One-type-fits-all hearing aids are a thing of the past.…

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Lyric

Lyric® is the first and only extended wear hearing device. Lyric is implanted deep within the ear canal by Hearing Instrument Specialist and worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week until the battery runs out. Each device lasts up to four months. Patients can use Lyric during all daily activities such as exercising,…

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Bone Anchored

Using your bone’s ability to transfer sound, a bone anchored device has an external processor that will pick up sounds in the air and convert them into vibrations. These vibrations travel through the bone to the cochlea where the sound is received and relayed to your brain’s auditory centers for processing. The external processor can…

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Earlens

Unlike traditional hearing aids the earlens uses light to transmit sound down the ear canal to the ear drum. It is comprised of: Behind the ear photon processor and light tip, converts sound into light Lens, placed by an ENT physician the lens rests comfortably on the ear drum, much like a contact lens Charger…

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Custom Products

Due to our ability to take accurate ear impressions, this makes available to you additional products for hearing safety and comfort. Our most frequent request are for: Sound reducing ear protection, to prevent exposure to sound levels that pose a risk to hearing, whether use is intended for work or during recreational activities like hunting…

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Manufacturers

Columbia Hearing Centers has partnered with the following manufacturers based on their commitment to unceasing research and development resulting in today’s leading technologies, their commitment to excellent patient support and the excellent outcomes we see daily when working with their products.

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