East Orlando Location

11905 East Colonial Dr.

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Directions to our East Orlando Practice

Our hearing center is located at 11905 East Colonial Drive in the Alafaya Commons Plaza. You can find us at the corner of Alafaya Rd. and East Colonial Drive, next to Academy Sports.

Contact Information

11905 East Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32826

Phone: (407) 668-4546

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday:  By appointment ONLY
Sunday: CLOSED

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Hearing Aid Styles

Hearing come in different shapes and sizes. Some sizes maximize power for more severe hearing losses, while other hearing aids focus on a more aesthetically pleasing design and size.

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Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

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In-the-canal (ITC)

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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

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Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Care

Hearing aids are sophisticated miniature electronics that need ongoing maintenance by trained professionals. In addition, the major hearing aid manufacturers spend millions every year in research and development of new product. For example, some of the more recent technological advances relate to hearing in noise, which was previously very difficult for hearing aid wearers.
The major manufacturers of hearing aids today are Phonak, Unitron, Widex, Oticon, Signia (formerly Siemens), Resound and Starkey.
While internet prices might seem attractive, it is important to remember the long term goal of purchasing hearing aids – to hear your best and improve communication with those around you. Proper hearing aid fitting and amplification requires the expertise of a professional. In addition, hearing aids often need some maintenance during their lifespan and this requires a local hearing healthcare provider to help with reprogramming, repair and adjustments.

Hearing Aid Brands, an explanation

oticon hearing aids

Oticon is a Danish company that has long been a leader in hearing instrument manufacturing. Once known as a company that specialized in BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aids, they know carry many different models to fit any lifestyle or hearing loss. Their most recent innovation, the Oticon OPN hearing aid, is the first internet-connected hearing system. It also allows for direct streaming of audio from smartphones and offers a natural sound with reduced listening effort.

signia hearing aids

Signia hearing aids (formerly Siemens hearing instruments) are made all over the world as Signia is based in Germany, Singapore and New Jersey. Their latest platform is the PRIMAX platform. The Signia Primax is clinically-proven to hear better in noise with reduced listening effort. Many hearing professionals we have interview say the Primax hearing aids have excellent sound quality and processing in complex (noisy) environments.

starkey hearing technologies

Starkey is the only remaining American-owned manufacturer of hearing devices today. Owned by Bill Austin, the Starkey group also manages the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which gives hearing aids to people in developing countries. Their galas are known for attracting the biggest names in politics and entertainment, like Bill Clinton, Mark Cuban, Miley Cyrus and more. Their latest hearing aid is the Starkey Muse, which is said to have a more natural sound than previous generation. Starkey also makes the Starkey Halo series, which pairs with your smartphone and can stream music, audio and more from your iPhone or tablet directly to your hearing aids.

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Resound is another Danish company that manufacturers high-quality hearing devices. They launched the first made-for-iPhone hearing system, the Resound LiNX hearing aid. The Resound LiNX uses their Smart Control App to interact with the hearing aids, giving the user unparalleled control over their personalized listening experience.