Hearing Loss

We provide hearing education for the people of Orlando and Lake Mary.

Hearing Health Support in Orlando, FL

At our hearing clinics in Orlando and Lake Mary, we offer educational resources and treatment for hearing loss, plugged ears, tinnitus, and other hearing disorders. Approximately 48 million Americans experience some degree of hearing loss. Hearing loss doesn’t only affect your ability to hear sounds, it affects your ability to effectively communicate with your loved ones.

At Best Hearing Care Today, we offer advanced diagnostic hearing testing and the latest hearing aids to help you manage hearing loss.

Hearing and Brain Health

Hearing loss does so much more than just affect your ability to hear. It also affects your ability to process certain sounds and frequencies that your brain needs to stay healthy. When left untreated, hearing loss can prevent your brain from receiving these sound signals. As a result, your brain will work harder to pick up the sounds that it is missing, this can lead to mental strain, fatigue, and even memory problems.

Studies have proven there is a connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline. Hearing loss makes it harder to hear, which can often result in feelings of embarrassment. Those who have hearing loss may socially isolate themselves from other people because they are ashamed of their hearing loss and they don’t want anyone to notice. Without conversations and social interactions, you can develop feelings of loneliness, depression, and experience a decline in your cognitive abilities. Your brain needs your hearing to remain active and healthy.

The most effective way to prevent cognitive decline is to manage your hearing loss with hearing aids. Hearing aids provide your brain with the proper stimulation it needs to process sounds and remain healthy. Hearing aids will also provide you with the confidence to rejoin the conversation and interact with your friends and family again. Don’t let hearing loss keep you from the ones you love. Contact us today to learn more about how hearing loss may be affecting your brain.

Signs of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss often occurs gradually, over the course of a few years. If you have gradually lost your hearing over time, it can be hard to recognize the signs. Often times, a close friend or spouse will recognize the signs of hearing loss first. If you have experienced any of the following, then it is time to have your hearing checked.

  • Sounds seem muffled
  • It’s harder to hear when there is background noise
  • You often ask people to repeat themselves
  • You listen to the TV at a volume louder than everyone else
  • You can hear sounds but you can’t hear what people are saying
  • You hear a ringing in your ears
  • You feel tired after conversations

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6044 S Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32809

P (407) 855-9799

Mon-Fri: 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: CLOSED

Our Office


2601 W Lake Mary Blvd, Suite 109
Lake Mary, FL 32746

P (407) 732-7273

Mon-Fri: 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: CLOSED

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