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Better Hearing Care

3385 Burns Road, Suite 204 | Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (across from the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center)
(561) 624-7525

Welcome to Better Hearing Care in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida!

We are here to serve you and to provide you with the most up-to-date hearing aid technology available today! Basic digital hearing aids generally require the wearer to make some manual adjustments in certain listening environments such as turning a volume control up or down, or pushing a button to change listening programs. In contrast, a premium or more advanced hearing aid responds automatically to changes in the listener's environment, making changes based on the signals being detected by the hearing aid. The hearing aid wearer is not required to make any manual changes. As the level of the technology increases in hearing aids, so does the availability of advanced features.

Better Hearing Care provides the best in services related to hearing evaluation, rehabilitation, and prevention of hearing impairment.

                                 You're going to like what you hear!                

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In-car Amp gadget gets re-purposed for accessibility. Rob LeFebvre ,  @roblef 04.20.17   Accessibility isn't just for those with a disability; inclusion benefits all of us. Adding a visual notification to an auditory one hurts nobody, and it allows people with a hearing impairment to participate in normal activities -- like driving for a ride-sharing company. Luckily, Lyft has just

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Numerous prescription and over-the-counter medications are known to be ototoxic, which means “poisonous to the ears.” Ototoxic drugs can cause vestibular dysfunction or damage the inner ear, which can result in hearing loss or tinnitus. Ototoxic effects can be temporary and go away once a medication is stopped. But some effects can be long-term or even permanent. Which types of

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March 23 (UPI) -- A study from  Johns Hopkins  University has identified a new gene therapy that can restore hearing loss and reduce dizziness in animal studies. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates one in three people in the United States between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and half of adults over 75 have hearing

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In-car Amp gadget gets re-purposed for accessibility. Rob LeFebvre ,  @roblef 04.20.17   Accessibility isn't just for those with a disability; inclusion benefits all of us. Adding a visual notification to an auditory one hurts nobody, and it allows people with a hearing impairment to participate in normal activities -- like driving for a ride-sharing company. Luckily, Lyft has just

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Numerous prescription and over-the-counter medications are known to be ototoxic, which means “poisonous to the ears.” Ototoxic drugs can cause vestibular dysfunction or damage the inner ear, which can result in hearing loss or tinnitus. Ototoxic effects can be temporary and go away once a medication is stopped. But some effects can be long-term or even permanent. Which types of

Read More


March 23 (UPI) -- A study from  Johns Hopkins  University has identified a new gene therapy that can restore hearing loss and reduce dizziness in animal studies. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates one in three people in the United States between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and half of adults over 75 have hearing

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