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Too many people go through life without getting regular hearing exams or the proper care. Hearing & Balance Center of New England provides comprehensive hearing care solutions.

If you have trouble hearing, you are not alone.  Hearing loss is the number one sensory deficit globally.  A study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine reported that 20% of Americans age 12 and older experience hearing loss severe enough to hinder communications.  At age 65, one out of three people has a hearing loss and it is becoming increasingly common among younger Americans.

Having a hearing deficiency doesn't have to be an impediment to life.  Too many people go through life without getting help, as the statistics below demonstrate.

  • Only one in five people who could benefit from a hearing aid wears one
  • Hearing decline starts as early as 40 years of age

  • 65% of people with hearing loss are below retirement age

  • 10 million Americans have suffered noise-induced hearing loss

Start Hearing Better Today

If you think you have a hearing loss, or know a loved one who does, it's important to take action to assess your condition and get the help you need.  For an initial consultation, we invite you to use our  Interactive Hearing Test.

With today's advanced diagnostic evaluations and hearing aid technologies, most forms of hearing loss can be successfully treated. 

Call us today for a free hearing consultation from our Worcester audiologists!

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