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Due to COVID-19, the Hearing & Balance Doctors will be OPEN for essential/urgent issues at this time. We will also be offering a Drive-Thru service for hearing aids. Please call (435) 688-8991 for more information. Click for Update Utah: 435-688-8991 | Nevada: 702-896-0031
Due to COVID-19, the Hearing & Balance Doctors offices are closed until March 29th. We are seeing patients on an essential or urgent basis only. If you have an essential or urgent need, please call our office at (435) 688-8991 and leave a message. Click for Update Utah: 435-688-8991 | Nevada: 702-896-0031

How Does Hearing Loss Affect Speech?

The effects of hearing loss extend far beyond the inability to hear properly. Not only can untreated hearing loss lead to feelings of isolation, depression, and increase the risk of cognitive decline, but hearing loss can also affect your speech. When children have hearing loss, their ability to develop critical language skills can be impaired, […]

Advice From Your Audiologist: Two Hearing Aids Are Better Than One

One of the significant steps in treating sensorineural hearing loss is to use hearing aids. These specialized medical devices are designed to help fill in the sound frequency gaps that occur as part of hearing loss. Different hearing aids are more appropriate for varying levels of hearing loss. To accommodate your specific hearing loss, our […]

4 Ways You Can Help Give the Gift of Hearing

The ability to hear is an integral part of how people communicate and connect with one another. When a person’s hearing is impaired, their connection to others—family, friends, coworkers, service staff, etc.—is disrupted, and communication becomes difficult. To help restore this connection, hearing aids play a vital role. Modern digital hearing aids can capture, process, […]

Pros and Cons of Buying Used Hearing Aids

One of the most common roadblocks people face when it comes to treating their hearing loss is the cost of hearing aids. These controlled medical devices are expensive, often ranging from $900-$3,500 for one hearing aid, and it is generally recommended that you use two hearing aids in concert. As insurance companies often do not […]

The Gift of Hearing: The Best Present You Can Give Yourself & Your Loved Ones

Living with untreated hearing loss can be slowly debilitating. From feeling cut off socially to struggling to navigate basic activities, hearing loss can impact all aspects of a person’s life. However, while hearing loss is a serious issue, the cost of hearing aids can be a barrier for someone who needs them. With the giving […]

Get Your Hearing Ready: Tuacahn’s Seasonal Events

The holiday season has started, and there is so much to see and hear, from driving around to see Christmas lights to catching one of Tuacahn’s events. But if you are struggling with hearing loss this season, you may not be able to enjoy the upcoming holiday celebrations as completely. To help motivate you to […]

Ask the Audiologist: What Causes Hearing Aid Feedback

Hearing aids are excellent devices that allow you to connect with the rest of the world of sound around you. There have been many improvements made to hearing aids; however, that doesn’t mean that they are perfect. A common issue that hearing aid users run into is hearing aid feedback. This feedback can cause your […]

5 Activities Where You Should Remove Your Hearing Aids

For the most part, our doctors of audiology will encourage you to wear your hearing aids as much as possible. However, there are some activities that have the potential to damage your hearing aids. Since your hearing aids represent a significant investment in your hearing health, it is best to avoid situations where they are […]

ReSound LiNX Quattro Hearing Aids: Superior Sound Quality & Rechargeable

Here at Hearing & Balance Doctors, our doctors of audiology always try to provide in-depth hearing education on a range of subjects from tinnitus to hearing aids. So, to help our patients make the best choices for their hearing needs, our audiologists wanted to highlight different hearing products that can help improve our patients’ hearing. […]

Protect Your Brain, Wear Hearing Aids Now

Sometimes, health care is approached as though the body’s systems are separate mechanical parts. Have vision trouble? Get some glasses from an optometrist. Struggling to hear well? Work with a doctor of audiology to receive a set of hearing aids or just muddle along. People can just speak up more, right? However, that is far […]