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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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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

Understanding the Stages of Hearing Loss

The experience of hearing loss can be complex and challenging to comprehend. It does not manifest as a simple on or off switch but progresses through mild, moderate, and extreme stages. Each stage signifies a distinct level of hearing difficulty, necessitating a tailored approach to management. Understanding these stages allows for better comprehension of the condition and appropriate responsive measures.

What You Should Know Before Selecting a Hearing Aid Device

It is common to experience a decline in hearing ability with advancing age. Specifically, between the ages of 65 and 74, 1 in 3 Americans encounter age-related hearing loss. Factors such as age-related changes in the inner ear, exposure to excessive noise, certain medications, and underlying health conditions like diabetes and hypertension can significantly contribute to hearing impairment.

Common Occurrences That Can Cause Hearing Loss

The potential impact on hearing is wider than lawnmowers and leaf blowers. Understanding commonplace sounds that exceed expected loudness levels and learning methods to mitigate the risk of hearing loss is crucial. In light of statistical data, it is imperative to acknowledge that nearly 20% of adults in the United States aged between 20 and 69 have permanent hearing impairment due to prolonged exposure to excessive noise,

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