With 7 convenient locations across Nevada and Southern Utah, our Audiologists are ready to help with hearing loss, tinnitus, balance issues and much more.
At Advanced Hearing & Balance Specialists, our audiology and hearing health professionals are here to help enrich your life with all the sounds the world has to offer.
Advanced Hearing features the 1st Doctor of Audiology in all of Southern Utah, Lance A. Greer, AuD.
Our hearing care professionals all follow best practice hearing care, including the use of Real Ear Measurements for hearing aid fittings.
From earwax, hearing loss, dizziness and more, our Audiologists are trained to treat many common conditions related to ears.
There are many options to choose from with hearing care. Our providers are all Audiologists, the highest level of provider in our industry.
Audiology is the branch of science and medicine that focuses on hearing, balance and related disorders. Services we provide include hearing tests, hearing aids, device fitting and programming, audiologic rehabilitation and counseling/education for patients and their families
If you are bothered by a persistent ringing in your ears, you are not imagining things – even if nobody else notices the sound. You are actually experiencing tinnitus, and you are far from alone!
Regular maintenance can help keep your hearing aids in great working condition, but once in a while, they may need servicing or repair.
The vestibular system is complex and responsible for many of the body’s functions.
Hearing protection and custom earmolds work great to protect your hearing and help prevent hearing impairment.
Audiology evaluations consist of a series of tests used to determine whether a hearing loss exists and, if so, measure its type, degree and configuration.
When your audiologist recommends hearing aids, selection is only the beginning of the process.
Diagnostic testing plays an important role in determining the condition responsible for a patient’s suffering.
Ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, is a widespread condition that affects an estimated 50 million Americans.
Vertigo is a form of dizziness characterized by the feeling that you or your environment is moving or spinning, despite the lack of any actual movement.
Hearing loss affects roughly 20 percent of the American population and can strike people of all ages. The most common causes of hearing loss are noise exposure and aging.
Ménière’s disease is an inner ear disorder that causes fluctuating hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo and fullness or pressure in the ear.
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, commonly referred to as BPPV, is a vestibular disorder that causes vertigo.
A balance disorder is a condition marked by the symptoms of feeling unsteady or dizzy.
With Oticon REAL, you can maintain your independence and keep your mind engaged, active, and sharp.
The new Resound Omnia hearing device helps hearing-loss sufferers understand better when there is background noise around.
If you want to understand others better in those noisy environments, the Phonak Lumity is the hearing device for you.
Oticon More hearing aids are designed to support your brain by giving it more of what it needs to make better sense of sound.
We have 7 locations throughout Nevada and Utah. Click on the location closest to you for address, hours of operation and contact information.