At Audiology Associates of Holladay, we pride ourselves on fitting the highest-quality hearing aids available on the market today, expertly programmed to meet the demands of your lifestyle.
Hearing aids come in a variety of designs and with a wide range of functions and features to address an individual’s specific needs. The most basic components include a microphone, an amplifier, a receiver, and (in the case of digital hearing technology) a small computer. The unprecedented effectiveness of modern digital hearing devices comes from a powerful combination of professional expertise, software, and hardware. We provide hearing testing at our locations in Salt Lake City, Roosevelt, Lehi, Venal, Mt. Pleasant, & Richfield, UT to better diagnose which hearing aids fit your hearing care needs.
We believe in providing the right hearing solution for you. Whether you are someone who is very active in a lot of group settings or someone who leads a more quiet lifestyle, there is a hearing aid to meet your needs.
Hearing aids come in a variety of styles. Sizes range from Behind-the-Ear (BTE) to Completely Invisible. Based on the results of your hearing test and your personal hearing needs, your audiologist will make a recommendation on which hearing aid style will work best.
Hearing aids are an investment in your quality of life through better hearing. Protect your investment with insurance coverage for your hearing system, protecting you from loss and accidental damage.
Where will you turn when your hearing aid warranty expires? Our no-hassle warranty provides you with peace-of-mind should your system fail outside of the original manufacturer’s warranty.
We are committed to your hearing health and overall quality of life. Find out how affordable hearing healthcare can be with our convenient payment plans.
Learn more about hearing aid accessories available at Audiology Associates of Holladay. Assisted Listening Devices are specialized technologies that help people with all degrees of hearing loss.
Hearing aids can become damaged over time, and while you can always replace them, sometimes it’s best to try some common hearing aid repairs first. Learn more about the most common troubleshooting ideas to easily and quickly fix your hearing aids.