The Most Trusted
and Highest-Rated
Hearing Care and
Audiology Experts in
Glendale, Goodyear,
and Surprise

Trusted by Tens of Thousands of Patients, Multiple Local Organizations, Local Churches, National Charities, and Many Local Physicians

Glendale: 602-863-4203 | Surprise: 623-745-0828 | Goodyear: 623-248-3188

The Most
Trusted and
Highest-Rated
Hearing Care and
Audiology Experts
in Glendale, Goodyear,
and Surprise

Trusted by Tens of Thousands of Patients, Multiple Local Organizations, Local Churches, National Charities, and Many Local Physicians

The Most Trusted and Highest-Rated Hearing Care and Audiology Experts in Glendale, Goodyear, and Surprise

Trusted by Tens of Thousands of Patients, Multiple Local Organizations, Local Churches, National Charities, and Many Local Physicians

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Team Ascent Audiology Arizona

Although many people see hearing loss as a sign that they’re broken, the truth is that hearing loss is often a sign that you’ve lived a fast-paced, experience-rich life that your ears have struggled to keep up with.

Our role is to help you to continue to bring your differences to the world by helping you to achieve better hearing through a proven methodical process that has been perfected on over tens of thousands of patients.

Having first experienced a hearing loss at a young age, co-founder Daniel Hewson understands the challenges that you’re facing better than most, and he also knows the concerns/worries that may have prevented you from taking your first step towards better hearing until this moment.

With a hand-selected team of the finest audiologists in Arizona, Ascent Audiology follows industry-leading best practices that see them recognized and recommended by many physicians throughout Arizona.

If you or a loved one is experiencing hearing challenges, then our team is here to help. You can call us at 602-863-4203 Glendale, 623-745-0828 for Surprise or 6232483188 for Goodyear, or click here to request a callback.

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Our Services

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When Was Your Last Hearing Assessment?

Although it’s seen as “normal” to have an annual dental check-up, an annual physical, or to have your cholesterol checked, hardly any of us regularly have our hearing assessed.

But with hearing loss being the third most prevalent health condition affecting one out of every five adults in the U.S., it’s never been so important to regularly test your hearing.

A comprehensive hearing assessment is quick, non-invasive, and the results are shared with you immediately, allowing you to either address any hearing challenges to prevent them from worsening or to at least have a baseline to test against in the future.

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Access to All Levels of Prescription Hearing Aid Technology

Nobody grows up looking forward to the day that they can buy their first pair of prescription hearing aids, yet with hearing loss now affecting 1 in 5 Americans and the World Health Organization predicting that hearing loss will double by 2050, they’re the solution that hundreds of thousands of people turn to every year.

But with the latest technology being significantly different to the large, clunky devices that you may remember from yesteryear, you’ll be surprised at just how small and discreet the latest prescription hearing devices are.

With incredibly powerful features, incredible clarity for speech recognition, and the ability to seamlessly connect with your cell phone, television, and computer, the latest technology doesn’t just amplify your hearing, but it also amplifies your life.

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How to Maintain Healthy Ears with Professional Earwax Removal

Though it is a hassle to deal with sometimes, earwax plays an important role in helping keep your ears healthy by providing moisture, removing dirt, debris, bacteria, fungus, or foreign objects from your ear canal, while also warding off infections.

Consequently, there is a delicate balance that needs to be maintained when it comes to dealing with earwax. Too little earwax can cause itching, irritation, and infection in your ear canal, but too much might lead to muffled sound, aching, and disruption of hearing aid performance.

When earwax removal isn’t done right, you can do damage to your ear canal and eardrum and impact the wax, making your problems worse. The safest, most effective way to deal with earwax is to allow a professional with access to specialized equipment, techniques, and expertise to remove it for you.

Get more information about Ascent Audiology’s earwax removal service.

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With so many myths and misconceptions about hearing loss, hearing care, and hearing aids, it can be daunting to take your next step.

That’s why we have our team of hearing care experts available to help.

Simply complete this form and a member of our team will call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation to answer any of your questions and offer you professional guidance.

There is no such thing as a silly question.

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Ask the Experts

Glendale

602-863-4203

Surprise

623-745-0828

Goodyear

623-248-3188