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Lakeside Audiology Hearing Zone

Your trusted family practitioner in hearing health and wellness.

Hearing Tests

The first step in diagnosing hearing loss is to undergo a hearing evaluation. A comprehensive evaluation consists of a series of individual tests that will help determine the extent and type of hearing loss. Our audiologist is skilled in conducting a number of tests to help figure out a solution to your condition.

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Hearing Aids

Hearing loss affects about 48 million Americans of all ages, making it the third most common physical condition in the U.S. The majority of patients can be helped with hearing aids; we carry a full lineup of digital devices from the industry’s leading manufacturers, with options to appeal to a vast array of lifestyles and budgets.

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Ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, is a widespread condition that affects an estimated 50 million Americans. Some people describe it as a hissing, roaring, whooshing or buzzing sound instead of ringing. It may be sporadic or constant, and is a symptom of an underlying condition rather than a disease itself. There are many factors that can cause tinnitus.

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Laurie G.

I just received my new hearing aids from Lakeside Audiology. They are not my first pair, but I am excited for the Bluetooth capability and adaption through my smart phone. This recommendation from Dr. Turgoose was specific for me, as I tend to misplace my hearing aids. Read More

Patsy S.

Being the procrastinator that I am I put off getting new hearing aids until I could not go another day longer. Having driven by the store numerous times I walked in and got an appointment for the following week. My hearing test and exam were done quickly and with great attention to detail. Read More

Audrey R.

My ReSound hearing aid has helped me to hear better the following ways: TV: I can hear and understand the newcast without the volume being on high. In The Car: I can hear the person talking in the backseat well enough to carry on a conversation if I’m sitting in the front. Read More