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Live Better Hearing + Balance at Pasadena

Previously: Hearing Specialty Group

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(410) 590-9462

8028 Ritchie Hwy
Suite 311
Pasadena, MD 21122
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Hearing Care Services in Pasadena, MD

Regardless what services you need, our team is capable and equipped to handle your hearing healthcare. We provide hearing tests, industrial hearing screenings, earwax impaction removal and tinnitus management – just to name a few. Your ability to hear is important to your daily communication, so we’re committed to improving your quality of life. That’s why in addition to our services, we also a multitude of different hearing devices, working with you to ensure you understand how to use and care for your new technology.

Hearing Evaluation

Hearing Aid Services

  • Evaluation for Hearing Aids

    Our team is well-versed in hearing aid evaluation and recommendations. If our hearing testing determines you have hearing loss, we will talk to you about the best devices to meet your specific lifestyle, budget and auditory needs. This means walking you through the different styles, which range from those worn behind your ear to discreet, in-the-canal devices, in addition to the features you could benefit most from.

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  • Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming

    Be poised for success with your new hearing aids thanks to individualized hearing aid fitting and programming by Live Better Hearing. Where some audiology practices use nothing more than a few beeps and tones to adjust your hearing aid programs, the professionals at Live Better Hearing use state-of-the-art live speech mapping to ensure your devices […]

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  • Hearing Aid Repair & Maintenance

    Whether you need a deep cleaning of your devices or a repair, Live Better Hearing is here to help. We offer a three-year warranty on every device we sell and provide you with free batteries for three years. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to hearing aid repair and maintenance […]

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Hearing Tests

  • Audiometric Testing

    Using an audiometer, audiometric testing measures your ability to differentiate between various sounds, illustrating a clear picture of what pitches and sound intensities you can properly process. During this exam, otoacoustic emissions and acoustic reflexes may also be tested, depending on your symptoms and results. This is often used in a series of tests to help our team recommend the right hearing aid for your specific needs.

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  • Evaluations for Auditory Processing Disorder

    Auditory processing disorders (APD) commonly affect school-age children and describes the condition where the ears and brain do not work together properly to hear sounds. An evaluation for an APD will help determine what difficulties your child is experiencing and enables our team to recommend the right solution to improve their hearing ability. Performance on an APD evaluation is measured using age-appropriate milestones.

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  • Industrial Hearing Screening

    Occupational hearing loss is a serious condition impacting workers in today’s society. We offer an industrial hearing screening to help you evaluate your business’ risk of noise-induced hearing loss. Once we have assessed this risk, we can recommend the proper protective products you can use to help your employees remain safe, which mainly includes custom earplugs or industrial earmuffs.

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  • Otoacoustic Emission Testing

    Otoacoustic emission testing (OAE) is an evaluation used to measure how your ear actually produces and hears various sounds. During OAE, a small earphone will be placed in the canal and will distribute sound, measuring how effectively your inner ear processes and produces these tones. This testing can be helpful in measuring hearing loss, as well as discovering blockages that could be altering your ability to hear.

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  • Pure-Tone and Bone Conduction Testing

    Pure-tone testing is the main evaluation used when measuring your level of hearing. This test works to measure the different thresholds you can hear to establish what tones or pitches you struggle most with. A bone conduction test typically uses a headset with an oscillator that presents vibrations to the cochlea to measure the function of the ear.

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  • Speech Testing

    Speech testing is an incredibly helpful evaluation that is used to determine what words you can clearly hear, and which words you struggle to interpret. During this test, a series of words will be played through headphones and you will be asked to repeat the words. This speech may be delivered in silence or could be played with background noise, as well.

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  • Tympanometry

    Used to evaluate the function of the middle ear, various air pressures will be introduced to the ear canal to measure the type of response. This painless test provides our team with the insight needed to determine what is causing your hearing loss and what treatment will be the most beneficial to your ability to hear and communicate.

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Tinnitus Treatment & Management

  • Tinnitus Treatment & Management

    Ringing, chirping, whirring or buzzing. Tinnitus noise isn’t the same for every person. When you hear sounds that aren’t present in your environment, it’s a symptom called tinnitus. The process of hearing is a complex interaction between the many parts of your ear and your brain. When things get out of sync, tinnitus can result. Consult the tinnitus experts at Live Better Hearing to diagnose the cause of your tinnitus and recommend a treatment plan to calm the tinnitus and bring you relief.

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