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Ear Doctors and Hearing Specialists in NYC

The New York Hearing Center offers hearing solutions that are customized to each patient’s individual needs. Our ear doctors and hearing specialists provide the highest quality of patient care and an array of services including: evaluation, rehabilitation and the prevention of hearing impairment and balance disorders.

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iPhone Hearing Aids
The smartphone age is helping hearing aids get smarter — and even more customized…
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Bone Anchored Hearing Aids
Bone anchored hearing aids are the only implanted hearing replacement solution that…
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Hearing Aid Evaluation
At the New York Hearing Center, we offer advanced testing and evaluations that are designed…
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Hearing Loss Surgery
A stapedectomy is a surgical procedure that is designed to improve hearing in patients…
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We Are Hearing Angels

For every hearing aid purchased from The New York Hearing Center, a portion is donated to the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s Hearing Angel Program, helping children around the globe who cannot afford proper hearing care.

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Recent Articles

Who are Some Famous Meniere’s Disease Patients?

What is Meniere’s Disease?

Meniere’s disease was first identified and described in 1861 by Dr. Prosper Meniere, a french doctor. Meniere’s disease is a hearing loss disorder affecting the inner ear that can cause a range of symptoms. Patients typically report experiencing severe pain or pressure in the inner ear, intermittent hearing loss,

What is Meniere’s Disease?

Your ears provide you with the ability to hear and help you remain balanced. However, when this becomes disrupted, your life can become topsy-turvy. Unfortunately, when this happens, it’s your ears that are the culprit, and it often points to a chronic condition. When this occurs, Meniere’s disease could be the culprit. While this condition is not very well known,

Protecting Your Hearing from Fireworks

With the Fourth of July around the corner, the use of fireworks is a common tradition for many. While viewing a fireworks light show can be mesmerizing, you need to be careful of noise-induced hearing loss. Fireworks are loud, so loud that they measure anywhere from 140 to 160 dB, which is louder than a jet engine.