Clear Sound Hearing at Perfect Vision

 

Our speciality is listening. 

Listening to you and your individual needs.

We provide a full audiological service with Roy Mickleburgh R.H.A.D. Independent Hearing Aid Audiologist and Tinnitus Specialist.  We use the most advanced technology available for the most effective hearing protection, and provide you with clear advice and the highest quality service. 

Our fully qualified audiologists understand the problems that affect the hearing impaired.  They are committed to providing you with support to ensure a better quality of life.

How we can help you choosing the right hearing instrument is essential.  We offer unbiased advice and choice of the best hearing instrument technology available. 

We can offer you all styles of hearing instruments to suit any hearing loss and lifestyle.  We also offer a full after-care service.

We offer a no-obligation free trial period, to ensure you feel confident about your hearing aid before purchase.

Our Products

Choosing the right hearing instrument is essential.  Our thorough consultation allows us to tailor your hearing instrument to your individual needs and lifestyle.  We offer unbiased advice and choice of the best hearing instrument technology available, including invisible style hearing aids for discretion.

  • Digital hearing aids

  • Twin microphone technology

  • In the Ear style

  • Behind the Ear style

  • Remote controlled devices

  • CROS hearing aids

  • Radio microphone devices

About Hearing Loss

Unfortunately as the sounds of life fade, so does its richness.  People with untreated hearing loss often find themselves avoiding social gatherings and activities where communication is difficult.

  • Do you often ask others to repeat what they say?

  • Have friends and family expressed concern about your hearing?

  • Do you avoid certain social situations because you have difficulty hearing?

  • Do you often set the TV or radio louder than others would prefer?

  • Does background noise interfere with your ability to follow conversation?

  • Do you have a history of noise exposure, either from work or from noisy hobbies?

  • Do you have tinnitus or ringing in your ears? (Ringing in the ears does not necessarily mean you have a hearing loss, but there are solutions for this.)

If you have answered yes to any of these questions, it's time to get your hearing checked. And there's good news! Early treatment of hearing loss can improve your quality of life.