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Let’s face it. You have a lot going on. With work, travel, caring for your family, enjoying time with friends and participating in your community, you have too much to do to let hearing loss slow you down.
At King Hearing Center we understand your busy lifestyle and want to help you make the most of it. We want to make sure you never miss a memorable chat with your grandkids, an important conversation with a colleague, or the punchline of a friend’s joke. With improved hearing, you’ll be ready for all of life’s best — and often unexpected — moments.
Discover today what we’ve accomplished for so many others in Lubbock, TX who were experiencing hearing loss. Through our hearing instrument specialist services, we’ve helped them regain control of their lives. We can help you, too. King Hearing Center can provide solutions to help make speech clearer through highly sophisticated hearing technology. We can also offer effective strategies to make communicating with family members, friends, and colleagues easier. Better hearing is just a phone call away!
Take the first step toward better hearing today. Call or text us at 806-853-6269.
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Seven years: That’s the average amount of time people wait before visiting a hearing specialist for their hearing loss.
Just as you wouldn’t tolerate a loss in vision without a trip to the eye doctor, why ignore a loss in hearing without visiting a hearing expert?
The fact is, without treatment, hearing loss can get worse. Your ears and brain thrive on sound. But studies show that over time, hearing loss impairs the brain’s ability to process sound and recognize speech.
The earlier you treat your hearing loss, the more hearing you’ll be able to preserve. Don’t wait to get the help you need!
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We treat our clients like our own family because we recognize that hearing well is important in all of your relationships!
Next, we’ll schedule a hearing instrument specialist appointment for your hearing test so we can determine if you’re a candidate for hearing aids.
If hearing aids can help, your hearing specialist will explain the options so you can choose the right hearing aid for your unique hearing profile, lifestyle, preferences, and budget.