About Hearing Aids

Because Every Sound is Precious…

A vital part of Texas ENT Specialists is the synergy between the doctors and audiologists. If you have a hearing problem, you’ll be seen by an audiologist in the Texas ENT Specialists office. The audiologist will test your hearing. Based on the results, the audiologist will then make recommendations to the doctor on how to improve your hearing. The audiologist and the physician coordinate treatment plans to ensure you receive excellent management for your hearing problems. You’ll be able to get your treatment in one location instead of traveling between offices or specialties.

We also offer the latest technology and most advanced hearing devices. Our audiologists and staff are constantly studying the newest hearing aids. We will fit you with hearing aids that are right for your loss and lifestyle. Click here to learn more about our team of highly trained audiologists and how they can help you today.


What is an Audiologist?

An Audiologist is a professional who specializes in evaluating and treating patients with hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists have completed a minimum of a Masters Degree and more commonly have completed an Au.D., Doctor of Audiology Degree.


Why should I see an Audiologist?

  • Audiologists are specially trained in the prevention, identification, assessment and non-medical treatment of hearing disorders.
  • Audiologists are required to complete a full-time internship and pass a demanding national competency examination.
    Audiologists are certified and licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners.
  • Audiologists are required by the state of Texas and Audiology governing organizations to maintain annual continuing education for the length of their career.
  • By virtue of their graduate education and licensure, audiologists are the most qualified professionals to perform hearing tests and provide hearing rehabilitative services.
  • Texas ENT Specialists proudly employs more than 20 licensed Audiologist’s who are devoted to the practice and promotion of healthy hearing, and communication enhancement.

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