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How We Work With You. 1. We will provide you with a thorough state-of-the-art hearing evaluation. We will identify the nature and extent of your hearing loss and the degree to which it interferes with your ability to understand speech. 2. If the evaluation results suggest a possible medical problem we will refer you to your physician with copies of your evaluation. 3. If your hearing loss can be helped with hearing devices, we will discuss the different types available and help you choose the best hearing devices for your specific needs and lifestyle. 4. We will take custom impressions of your ears, if needed. This will form the mold for your custom designed hearing aids. 5. Your custom designed hearing aids will be ready in about 2 weeks. After you receive them, we will schedule you for a series of follow-up visits. These appointments are important to ensure your comfort and satisfaction with hearing aid use. 6. We can help you make the most of your abilities with hearing aids or without through other communication techniques or the use of assistive listening devices.
Our Services: Comprehensive hearing evaluations, fitting custom hearing devices and earmolds. Education about hearing loss and the impact it has on daily lives Education in maximizing the benefits of hearing aids Full range of digital hearing aids and styles In-house services and repair of hearing aids by most major manufacturers Custom swim molds, noise and musician ear plugs Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), including amplifiers for TV and telephones
Bonnie Dingler is the co-owner of Professional Hearing Centers, along with her husband, Denny. She has been in the hearing healthcare business since 1986, and manages the office, as well as doing the bookkeeping, and overseeing marketing.
Denny Dingler has been a Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist since 1983 and opened P.H.C.'s office in May, 1984 in the Inverness Regional Shopping Center. In 1988, Mr. Dingler and his wife, purchased the business and moved it to its current, larger location at 211 S. Apopka Avenue, in the fall of 1996.
Denny is Board Certified by the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Studies and then pursued his current title of Audioprosthologist, which he completed in 1997. He has served on various state and national committees in the hearing healthcare field over the years. He is a nationally recognized speaker and teacher in the industry and has published his first textbook.
Bonnie Willette is one of our Receptionist/Patient Coordinators. She is one of the friendly voices on the phone and smiling faces greeting you as you enter our practice. Bonnie joined our practice in 2007. She will assist you in scheduling appointments, completing paperwork, cleaning hearing devices, and sales.
Professional Hearing Centers Review
“The people are very helpful. They answer all questions asked. I'm very happy with all my services. ”