Hearing Aids

Because Every Sound Is Precious...

For over 40 years, the physicians of Florida E.N.T. & Allergy have been Tampa Bay’s most trusted resource for hearing health solutions for your family. Using a team approach to healthcare, our board-certified physicians and doctors of audiology have collaborated to provide medically driven hearing healthcare for every patient.

We work each day to improve the hearing and quality of life of our patients using the most cutting-edge solutions available, ranging from simple communication strategies to complex medical treatments, to ensure their needs are met and expectations are exceeded. Our focus on what is best for the patient is guided by our ongoing education of hearing health research.

Educating our patients on their specific hearing loss and need is of the utmost importance, creating a personalized experience no one can match. We serve the diverse needs of the community with staff that is fluent in Spanish and offer the convenience of eight area locations. We are here to help your patients hear well and be well.

Parts of a Hearing Aid

Parts of a Hearing AidCommon hearing aids include a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. Sound enters the ear normally, is received by the microphone and that sound is then amplified and sent to a speaker where the processed signal is output. This happens in a similar way to your favorite musician who sings into a microphone at a concert and everyone hears their voice on loudspeakers. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), hearing aids help those who have suffered hearing loss from damage or harm to the sensory cells in the inner ear, named hair cells. When these are damaged, this type of hearing loss is called sensorineural hearing loss.

Types of Hearing Aids

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There are many fits for hearing aids depending on the level of style, comfort, and potentially hearing loss you have. We offer a wide variety of hearing aids at Florida E.N.T. & Allergy. In order to evaluate your hearing loss, schedule a hearing test today with one of our Doctors of Audiology.

How To Videos

Hearing aids you can control with your cell phone!

Hearing aids are a tiny piece of technology that can be life changing; and that technology continues to evolve. The answer is in the palm of your hand. Trigger your lights, home alarm or smart thermostat when you turn your hearing aids on or off. Tell your hearing aids to notify you when your battery is low, the laundry is finished, or someone's at the door. With these smart hearing aids, it's all up to you. Ask our audiologists if this technology is right for you.

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