Best Resound Audiologists in Citrus county, Florida

Are you interested in new hearing aids? If you’ve been researching, you’ve probably come across the new Resound One. With their new innovation of the M&RIE (microphone and receiver in ear), patients have been blown away by the natural sound quality that these hearing aids provide! 

What many patients don’t realize, is that the hearing healthcare provider is just as important as the hearing aid technology! To be truly successful with your hearing aids, you need to be working with a qualified professional. If you’re in Crystal River or Inverness, Florida, you’re in luck! Drs. Angela Schenk and Lauren Benoit, audiologists at Gardner Audiology, are experts when it comes to Resound hearing aids!  

Not only do Dr. Schenk and Dr. Benoit have experience working with Resound hearing aids, but they’ve also recently completed training on the Resound One! Several patients have been asking about Resound’s new M&RIE receiver, which includes an additional microphone at the entrance to the ear canal. To an inexperience hearing healthcare provider, this may seem daunting, as the potential for feedback (whistling) is a bit higher than with other hearing aids. Dr. Schenk and Dr. Benoit have both been trained on how to handle those situations, so have no fear!  

If you are interested in the Resound One hearing aid, please consider seeing Dr. Schenk or Dr. Benoit at Gardner Audiology in Crystal River or Inverness, Florida! To book an appointment, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182, or email 

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