See a Clearwater Doctor, not a salesman, to buy Starkey Hearing Aids

The most important part of your hearing journey is your provider.  Your hearing health is important, and you should never feel pressured by a Hearing Healthcare provider.  At Garnder Audiology in Clearwater, FL, we believe in giving you all the information you need to make good choices for your hearing.    

We start with a conversation regarding where you are struggling, and where you a looking to improve.  Then, we evaluate your hearing to determine if you are a good candidate for hearing aids, or if you need to see any additional specialists regarding your ears and hearing.  We review your results with you, so you understand what is happening and why we are providing you with our recommendations. 

If you are a candidate for hearing aids, we discuss your different options.  Starkey hearing aids provide a wide range of hearing aids in many shapes and sizes to fit all different types of hearing loss and individuals.  The new Starkey Livio AI provides artificial intelligence built in to help you hear better and can also do things like translate different languages and alert family members if you fall!  The best part is many of their hearing aids are rechargeable, so no batteries to change!  They also provide hearing aids at multiple price points, including a hearing aid starting at $490.  With their Starkey Hearing Foundation, they believe in providing hearing to those in countries that typically would not have access to hearing health care.  

To get started on your journey to better hearing with Starkey hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email for more information. 

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