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We offer a wide array of hearing device options for our patients, ensuring optimal comfort and ease.
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Our comprehensive range of services meet the individualized needs of all hearing patients.
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The New York Hearing Center is open Mon-Fri, from 9:00am to 5:00pm. We are closed on weekends.
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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

Using Yoga for Tinnitus

Tinnitus is considered to be the most commonly experienced hearing condition, and it can negatively affect a person’s quality of life. When a person experiences tinnitus, they hear sounds that other people do not hear, and there is no external cause for the sounds. The sounds can be described as ringing, clicking, hissing, whining, roaring,

Easy Ways to Support Your Hearing

Having the ability to hear is a blessing, and you should consider yourself lucky each and every day. Being able to hear allows you to listen to your favorite song, hear your favorite person’s voice, and will enable you to be fully immersed in the world around you. Unfortunately, just because you have the ability to hear doesn’t mean it will always stick around.

The Connection Between Osteoporosis and Hearing Loss

Did you know that there are diseases that can increase a person’s chances of developing hearing loss? Osteoporosis is a condition that can affect a person at any age, man or woman, and may be considered to be a lesser-known illness, even though it can be a major threat to your body, and as studies have found,