Is Your Hearing Becoming a Concern?
ENT Surgery Group is committed to administering comprehensive care for adult and pediatric patients. This strategy enables our distinguished team to meet your family’s needs with a complete, compassionate approach.
Our otology services include ear tubes, tympanoplasty and Bone Anchored Hearing aids. We welcome patients from all over Cumberland County and Central Pennsylvania. You can trust our esteemed audiologists to deliver the care you deserve!
Is hearing loss affecting the way you communicate or your overall quality of life? If so, we are here to help. We will complete a diagnostic evaluation of your hearing and determine the best treatment path to provide a positive change.
Hearing Tests & Hearing Aids
Our practice administers state-of-the-art testing and is well-equipped with advanced hearing aid technology. We work with industry leading hearing device manufacturers Oticon and Phonak. Using this technology, our audiologists will work closely with you to achieve listening success with your devices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get a hearing test?
How much do hearing aids cost?
When should I get my hearing tested?
-Sudden or gradual onset of hearing loss in one or both ears
-Difficulty hearing speech in noise
-Hearing ringing, buzzing, chirping
-Pain, pressure, fullness
What is the difference between an audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist?
Audiologist has a doctoral degree and is an expert in all aspects of hearing healthcare, including the
fitting of hearing devices, while the Hearing Aid Specialist has completed an apprenticeship for the
dispensing of hearing devices only. We recommend when choosing a hearing healthcare professional,
you get the highest standards possible and choose an Audiologist you can trust. Our office employs two
state-licensed and ASHA-certified doctoral audiologists.
What is the difference between hearing aids from an audiologist vs. over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids?
hearing loss without the support of an audiologist. OTC hearing aids have limited technology to help you
hear in noise and are not appropriate for all types of hearing loss.
Devices traditionally known as hearing aids purchased through an audiologist are now labeled
by the FDA as “prescription hearing aids.” Prescription hearing aids have more capabilities than OTC
devices and can be customized for individual needs. With the guidance of an audiologist, prescription devices can be selected for children and adults with varying types and degrees of hearing loss.
Audiology Services Include:
- Diagnostic hearing evaluation
- Hearing technology consultation/fitting
- Assistive listening devices
- Hearing conversation options
- Custom hearing protection for musicians, recreational shooting and hunting, motor sport enthusiasts
- Custom swim plugs for water precaution
- BAHA evaluation and management