Audiological Care

At Benjamin Liess, MD, FACS, ENT, Allergy and Audiology, LLC, our goal is to improve your quality of life through better hearing. We genuinely love helping people, and are passionate about your well-being and overall health. Our specialists are experienced in all areas of audiology and can help you with any part of your hearing health.

Hearing loss is a serious condition that can lead to other health related issues such as depression, dementia, cognitive decline, and balance issues (vertigo). It’s better to have your hearing checked sooner rather than later so you can be treated with hearing aids and your hearing loss doesn’t get any worse.

Our audiology department combines a balance of analytical thinking with patient-focused care. We believe audiology is all about working with patients, teaching them about their hearing loss, discovering what is best for their hearing health needs, and reassuring them. Our specialists are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and other hearing disorders.

Our Space

Our practice is owned and operated by Benjamin Liess, MD, FACS. Benjamin recently had the entire building renovated and personally designed the space himself. We have a large and welcoming reception area where you will feel comfortable while waiting. While designing the space, Benjamin’s goal was to make patients feel relaxed and at ease when they come in for their appointments.

Our Services

We offer a wide range of services because our practice is designed to meet your every need. Our experienced team offers patients a range of medical, surgical, and rehabilitative services, utilizing the latest technology and equipment, including virtually invisible hearing aids.

Diagnostic and treatment services we provide include:

  • Cutting-edge hearing aid sales and service
  • Ear disease, including chronic ear infections and childhood ear infections
  • Bone-anchored hearing aids or auditory implants
  • Hearing problems in adults and children
  • Microscopic surgery of the ear
  • Dizziness and balance problems, including Meniere’s disease
  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

Should You See an Audiologist?

Audiologists work with patients of all ages, treating infants, children and adults for a variety of hearing and balance problems—they provide services that include:

  • Fitting and dispensing hearing aids
  • Administering hearing and balance tests
  • Assessing candidacy for and programming implantable hearing devices (e.g., cochlear implants, bone-anchored hearing aids, etc.)
  • Counseling patients and their families on communication strategies
  • Designing and implementing hearing conservation programs and newborn hearing screenings
  • Providing aural rehabilitation programs
  • Performing ear-related surgical monitoring

How Is Hearing Loss Treated?

1. Setup an Appointment

We can help guide you and determine what type of appointment you need, and schedule you with the right specialist. Hearing loss is common, and an in-person visit is the first step towards treatment. We encourage you to bring a family member or friend to your appointment.

2. See an Audiologist for a Hearing Evaluation

An audiologist will perform a range of hearing tests to determine your hearing loss’s cause and severity. They will answer any questions you have and work with you to find the right treatment solution for your needs.

3. Have Your Hearing Aid Fit

Hearing aids are part of a comprehensive, holistic communication treatment plan. After helping you choose the treatment plan that is right for you, the doctor of audiology will guide you through the fitting process and support your acclimation to your new communication technology. The audiology team will be with you every step of the way.

4. Follow-Up Consultation

A follow-up visit is typically scheduled 1-2 weeks after your initial fitting. Your audiologist will work with you to make further adjustments, answer any additional questions or provide support to you and your family.

If you suspect you have hearing loss, now is the time for treatment. The benefits are proven; better communication, better listening and improved mental health.

Hearing loss is a common situation, and you aren’t alone. Your audiologist is ready to help you on your new journey, so call us today to learn more and take the first step towards better hearing.

Connect With Us

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.

To request an appointment or connect with our team, please complete the form. Our team will contact you during our regular business hours.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.

To request an appointment or connect with our team, please complete the form. Our team will contact you during our regular business hours.

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