Scottsdale’s Most Trusted Hearing Care Experts
Imagine your life as it is right now – the joys, the challenges, the ups, the downs, the everything. Now imagine your life without the ability to hear properly. A very different image, right?
We all take our ability to hear for granted until we start to experience what living life without the ability to hear feels like. At Scottsdale Ear, Nose & Throat, our hearing center specializes in helping you to understand the warning signs of hearing loss and diagnose any reduced hearing before it becomes too late.
We work with patients of all ages, helping them to experience better hearing once again.
If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved ones hearing, then the first step is to schedule a hearing assessment. It’s quick, non-invasive and you’ll receive the results immediately.
I just have to share that I’ve had the best doctor and front office experience at Scottsdale ENT than I’ve ever had at any doctor’s office. Both Dr. MacKechnie and Dr. Hamila have been awesome. After a bad overall experience with another ENT office in Phoenix, Dr. Hamila suggested I may want to try a different brand of hearing aids. I agreed to give them a try and Wow! I am so happy I did! My new hearing aids are like comparing a Cadillac to a Yugo! Thank you all at Scottsdale ENT!
How Our Hearing Experts Can Help
Comprehensive Hearing Testing for all ages
When was the last time you had your teeth checked? Your cholesterol checked? Your blood pressure checked? Your eyes tested? For most people, these would have likely taken place within the past 12 months. But when asked, “When was the last time that you had your hearing tested?” the answer is likely to be “never” or “I cannot remember.”
Audiologists at Scottsdale ENT are educating and encouraging patients to address their hearing at the first signs of hearing loss. The earlier hearing loss is identified, the sooner measures can be taken to protect your hearing health and improve your quality of life. Your first step should always be to schedule with one of our audiologists. We will be able to comprehensively assess your hearing, evaluate your specific needs and concerns, and help you to develop a course of action.
Choosing The Right Hearing Aids For You
The solution for many types of hearing loss is amplification. With advancements in technology, today’s hearing aids are designed to fit your listening needs and lifestyle. Developments in hearing technology are reflected in smaller devices, increased processing speed, improved sound clarity, and better background noise reduction, all working together to help treat your specific hearing loss.
If you have been considering hearing aids or assistive technology, chances are you have done your research. A quick search of the term “hearing aid” can lead to an infinite number of devices with an endless array of styles and price points, all of which claim to be the right device for you. Our audiologists will recommend hearing technology based on your hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. There has never been a better time to take advantage of the incredible technological advancements available for our patients.
SCOTTSDALE’S TINNITUS TREATMENT
Tinnitus is the medical term for ringing in the ears or any kind of sound that happens inside the head, not caused by an outside source.
There are many causes for tinnitus, and there is no quick solution, or overnight pill that you can take that will make it go away. Instead, you can either acclimate or habituate to it. One of the most common ways to do this is through hearing aids and/or masking devices.
If you’re experiencing challenges with tinnitus, then the first step is to schedule a hearing assessment and speak to an audiologist.
Hearing Health Resources
The latest news, technology releases, and patient resources from the audiologists at Scottsdale Ear, Nose & Throat experts
Trailing behind arthritis and heart disease, hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the USA, beating both cancer and diabetes. Why is it that hearing tests and hearing care take a backseat when it comes to health screenings. To encourage Scottsdale...
Most people believe that hearing loss primarily affects older adults above the age of sixty. However, an alarming number of adults, one to six out of every 5,000, are struck by sudden hearing loss in their late 40s to early 50s. This form of sensorineural hearing loss...
1.1 billion young people between 12 and 35 years-of-age run the risk of developing hearing loss due to exposure to noise in recreational settings, according to the WHO. This statistic shatters the myth that hearing loss only affects the elderly. My concern for the...