Hearing Aids

Innovative hearing solutions for every person.

Hearing Aids in Texas

We offer the most advanced hearing aids in Magnolia, The Woodlands, and Tomball. Because we are an independent practice, we are able to carry devices from all of the major hearing aid companies. We offer a large selection of devices at various price points. Whether you are looking for a Bluetooth hearing aid or a rechargeable option, we have something for you.

Types of Hearing Aids

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Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

Receiver-in-Canal hearing aids are reliable and convenient. These have a lightweight feel to them and a flexible fit.

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Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

Behind-the-Ear hearing aids put you in control with customizable fit options, wireless connectivity, and easy volume control.

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Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

Completely-in-Canal hearing aids are sleek and subtle. This technology is molded to the unique contours of your ear for a superior fit that offers a natural look and hearing experience.

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In-the-Canal (ITC)

In-the-Canal hearing aids are discreet and have a glasses-friendly fit with external controls.

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In-the-Ear (ITE)

In-the-Ear hearing aids are custom molded for you. They are powerful and comfortable, allowing for all-day use.

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Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC)

Invisible-In-the-Canal hearing aids are the smallest hearing instrument available. These are for people who want ultimate discretion while benefiting from the natural acoustics of the external ear.

Choosing the Right Hearing Aids

Just as every person is different, so is every hearing loss. There are many hearing aids available today, and each one has its own strengths. When recommending hearing aids, we consider a few factors: degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget.

Degree of hearing loss is one of the most important factors for deciding which hearing aid will best suit you. Hearing loss is measured as mild, moderate, moderately severe, severe or profound. The more severe your hearing loss is, the higher level of technology you will need. We also look at your lifestyle and how active you are. Using this information, we will help you find the right hearing aid that is within your budget and will help you hear the sounds you want.

Personalizing Your Hearing Aids

We fit your hearing aids based on your needs, not just what the computer determines. While we start with your prescribed amplification as given to us by your hearing test, we don’t just fit you with an automated computer program. Hearing is personal, and your hearing aids need to be personalized to you. When we fit you with hearing aids, we ask you for your feedback, and that’s what we use to tweak your settings.

Featured Technology

Oticon Real™

Your Hearing Matters

Display of Oticon Real hearing aids

*O’Sullivan, J., et al. (2019); Hausfeld, L., et al. (2018); Puvvada, K. C. & Simon, J. Z. (2017)

Sounds like laughing, a cheering crowd, or even a simple conversation with a loved one helps shape our lives, adding richness to all our experiences. They keep us connected to each other, and aware of what’s going on around us. When your brain lacks access to the real sounds of life due to hearing loss, it’s forced to work harder to fill in the gaps, which can lead to missing out.

Now you can get back the real sounds of life – precise and balanced – with Oticon Real. Oticon Real gives you access to the full sound scene, so you can stay aware, engaged, and at your best whether you’re at work, dining with friends, or enjoying outdoor activities. By focusing on supporting the brain’s natural ability to process sounds around us, Oticon Real provides a richer sound experience*.

Oticon Real™ delivers:

Made for You:
Oticon Own™

Oticon Own Hearing aids line up

* DNN is only available in Oticon Own 1, 2, and 3
** Rumley et al. (2022). Oticon Own evidence. Oticon Whitepaper

We are all made differently – different sizes, interests, and lifestyles. And so are our ears. Oticon understands there is no one-size fits-all hearing solution because everyone has their own needs, and no two ears are the same.

Developed with this in mind, the new Oticon OwnTM is a fully customized in-the-ear hearing aid that works more like your brain because it learned through experience.* Built using Oticon BrainHearingTM technology and designed for discreetness, Oticon OwnTM offers you a truly personalized listening experience. By providing access to important sounds around you, you’ll be free to do the things you love.

Additional features include:

Made for You:
Oticon Own™

Oticon Own Hearing aids line up

* DNN is only available in Oticon Own 1, 2, and 3
** Rumley et al. (2022). Oticon Own evidence. Oticon Whitepaper

Widex Custom™

Widex Custom ITE hearing aids

Every ear is different, but that doesn’t mean everyone shouldn’t enjoy the superior Widex Unique sound experience. The new, redesigned Widex Custom in-the-ear hearing aid is small but powerful. Based on the Unique chip, Custom has the largest sound window of any kind of hearing aid in the market. Widex Custom automatically provides optimal clarity, comfort, and audibility in every situation – without you having to manually adjust the hearing aid.

Stay connected to your favorite devices with hands-free, Bluetooth connectivity. Widex Custom provides a perfect fit with superior sound quality. Experience the difference of full, clear sound with the Widex Custom!

Hearing Protection

Hearing protection for recreational sports and loud noise exposure.

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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Did you know your favorite recreational sports and activities could potentially be dangerous for your hearing? Although fun, certain activities can have an impact on your hearing ability, especially if you don’t wear the proper protection.

Motorcycling, dirt biking, ATV riding, motorboating, and hunting are some examples of activities that can negatively impact your hearing if you’re not careful. Any sound over 85 decibels can be dangerous for your hearing when exposed to on a regular basis. For motor activities, such as dirt biking, motorcycling, or motorboating, the constant roar of an engine in your ears can over time negatively affect your hearing. This can eventually lead to noise-induced hearing loss.

Hunting and rifle sports will expose your ears to high impact sounds of 130 decibels, which after one time can cause permanent hearing loss.

What to Do

If you enjoy any of these recreational activities, it is important to wear the proper hearing protection. We can create custom hearing protection for shooting, hunting, and motorsports. Our custom earplugs will be fitted to the unique shape of your ear and will provide you with exceptional hearing protection.

If you want to be proactive about your hearing health while still enjoying your favorite activities, have a pair of custom earplugs made for you! We carry the best hearing protection for shooting and motorsports. Contact us today to schedule your appointment to be fitted for a pair of custom earplugs.

Young kid wearing hearing protection while watching a race