Alltones Audiology brings treatment to your home to make the process simple and convenient. We provide thorough testing and individualized care for those suffering from hearing loss. In addition

to the services listed here, we can often provide other instruments and services. We will do everything possible to help you and are happy to answer any questions you have.

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Alltones Audiology is owned and operated by two Tucson locals and high school sweethearts who met at Tucson High Magnet School in 2001. After receiving our Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Arizona in 2015, we sought to create a more holistic way to evaluate and treat hearing loss. We created Alltones Audiology to offer our patients an alternative path to better hearing.

We want to create a more tailored hearing aid experience that revolves around your lifestyle. Instead of scheduling an appointment in a traditional office setting or big-box chain store, we come to you. This allows us to develop a treatment plan based around your actual living environment, all in the comfort of your own home. Working as a team, we know we can find the perfect hearing solution for you.

Hearing Tests

If you are having trouble hearing or understanding conversations or are noticing any other signs of hearing loss , a hearing test can confirm what type of hearing loss (sensorineural, conductive, or mixed) you are suffering from and its severity. These tests are quick and easy. Since our audiologists come to you, you don’t even have to leave your home to get your hearing checked.

We will start by talking to you about your health history and the specific concerns you have. This helps us understand what risk factors are present, such as genetic predisposition or frequent exposure to loud noises. It also allows us to discuss how your hearing loss has impacted your life. For the hearing evaluation itself, you will wear headphones and will be asked to listen to pure tones and/or recorded speech.

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A child wearing a hearing aid pushing hair behind her ear

Hearing Aids

In the United States, approximately 28.8 million adults could benefit from hearing aids, but only 30% of those over 70 whom the devices may help have ever tried them. If you suffer from hearing loss, we can help you fit the right type of hearing aids to fit your needs. These devices amplify sound from the environment around you and deliver it directly into your ear to make it easier to hear and understand.

Hearing aids have experienced many technological advancements and as a result, there are more options than ever. We can help you choose the right type for your needs. Many include high-tech features to stream sound directly from TVs, radios, and telephones. During your appointment, we will discuss your choices with you and make a recommendation that is tailored to your lifestyle, degree/type of hearing loss, and personal preferences.

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Aural Rehabilitation

At Alltones Audiology, we take an integrated approach to treating your hearing loss. In addition to providing you with devices such as hearing aids, we will help you develop strategies that can improve your quality of life. We base our recommendations on your specific circumstances and work with you as an individual.

In many cases, our rehabilitation services involve meeting with your friends and family as well as talking with you. This allows the people who care about you to learn how to communicate in order to make it easier for you to stay engaged. We will address what strategies are suited for noisy environments as well as those that work in quieter areas.

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A woman holding her ear and looking uncomfortable because she needs ear wax removal

Ear Wax Removal

Ear wax is important for the health of your ears. It protects your eardrum and helps keep your ear canal clean. In most cases, it should not be removed. It is especially important that you do not attempt to remove wax on your own as this can cause serious damage to your ears. However, there are some situations when ear wax removal is necessary. For example, a blockage can contribute to conductive hearing loss, ear infections, or earaches. We remove wax using safe and comfortable methods.

Ear wax build-up is more common for those who use hearing aids. This can damage the device, so it is important to have your ears checked regularly.

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Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus is a persistent ringing or buzzing noise in one or both ears. 15-20% of people experience this symptom. It can arise from age-related hearing loss, trauma to the ears, or a build-up of ear wax. Since this is not a condition itself and is instead related to other ear issues, we will first identify the cause, then find the best treatment option.

If your tinnitus is related to hearing loss, hearing aids can often improve your ability to hear as well as reducing the ringing in your ears. Ear wax removal is another method we may use to treat your tinnitus.

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    Hearing Health Care In Your Own Home

    Don’t wait to get the help you need for your hearing loss. We come to you and deliver outstanding, individualized care.

    Contact us today to schedule an appointment for any of our audiology services.