We offer initial consultations for audiology and hearing services, as well as follow-up and counseling.
A non-invasive evaluation that involves an ear exam and hearing tests to help your audiologist diagnose your condition.
A hearing test required by the Department of Transportation for those seeking a commercial driver’s license.
Tympanometry is a test that evaluates the middle ear and helps your audiologist diagnose and monitor audiologic conditions.
Therapies that can help those who are hard of hearing adjust to their hearing loss and manage treatment.
Revere Health Audiology and Hearing Services is a licensed hearing aid dispenser, including parts, accessories and batteries.
We provide loaner hearing aids to patients whose regular hearing aids are in repair.
The process of adjusting your hearing aids so that they are comfortable and offer good sound quality.
We offer specialty earmolds that allow for the simultaneous use of hearing aids and Bluetooth devices, headsets, headphones and more.
Cleaning and repair services for all makes and models of hearing aids. Loaner hearing aids are available during repair.
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