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Hearing loss can cause a lot more damage than one can think of. Not only does it damage your self-confidence and hearing, but it also causes harm to your life, relationships, and more. We, at Tri-County Hearing Services, constantly work hard to make your lives better with customized hearing solutions in Florida.

Hearing loss is a reduction in the ability to hear sound. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including damage to the ear, exposure to loud noise, certain medications, and certain medical conditions. Conductive, sensorineural, and mixed are a few of the numerous kinds of hearing loss. We understand that hearing loss is a problem that separates you from your loved ones. Thus, we help you with customized solutions.

Tri-County Hearing Services offer a free online hearing test. This test typically consists of a series of questions about your hearing and a series of sounds that you listen to and indicate whether or not you can hear them. Once you take the free online test, we conduct a professional hearing test to provide more accurate and detailed information about your hearing and will be able to identify any potential problems.

A hearing loss simulator is a tool that simulates different types of hearing loss to give people an idea of what it might be like to have a particular type of hearing loss. These simulators can be in the form of software programs or physical devices that can be worn over the ears. They can help people understand the effects of hearing loss and the importance of getting their hearing tested.

You Are Not Alone

Did you know the hearing loss affects one in every 10 Americans? The good news is that today, with the latest advances in hearing aid technology, most forms of hearing loss can be successfully treated.

Hearing Loss Treatment in Florida

At Tri-County Hearing Services, we understand the importance of healthy hearing. Moreover, what happens when hearing loss goes untreated for a long time? Some of the consequences include anxiety, reduced earning potential, social withdrawal, and more. Thus, we go above and beyond to help you with the best possible customized hearing solution in Florida. We provide the following:

  • Hearing Aids

These are devices that amplify sound and are worn in or behind the ear. They can help people with mild to severe hearing loss.

  • Tinnitus services

This type of therapy is used to help people who have tinnitus, which is a ringing or other noise in the ears.

Note – It is important to note that treatment options will vary depending on the individual and the cause of their hearing loss. It is recommended to consult with a Hearing Instrument Specialist for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

Types of Hearing Loss

There are several different types of hearing loss, each with its causes and characteristics. The types of hearing loss include:


Conductive hearing loss: This type of hearing loss occurs when there is a problem with the ear canal, eardrum, or middle ear bones. It can be caused by a variety of factors, such as a blockage in the ear canal, a perforated eardrum, or a middle ear infection. This kind of hearing is treated with medical or surgical intervention.


Sensorineural hearing loss: This type of hearing loss occurs when there is damage to the inner ear or the auditory nerve. It can be caused by a variety of factors, such as aging, noise exposure, and certain medical conditions. Sensorineural hearing loss is typically permanent and cannot be reversed. It is treated with hearing aids, cochlear implants, and other assistive listening devices.


Mixed Hearing Loss: This type of hearing loss is a combination of both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. It can be caused by a combination of factors such as disease, injury, or genetics.


It’s important to note that hearing loss can vary in severity, and it can occur in one or both ears.

Hearing Loss Treatments

One of our most crucial senses is hearing. It enables us to enjoy the pleasures of sound and connects us to the environment. Unfortunately, millions of individuals all around the world suffer from hearing loss. The good news is that there are now several efficient hearing therapies accessible thanks to developments in technology and science.

Hearing aids

These devices amplify sound and can be worn in or behind the ear. Hearing aids are the commonest way to start hearing your loved ones, phone calls, and everything that you want. In fact, you can choose to avoid hearing the noise and hear only the things you want to with the latest technologies in hearing aids.

Cochlear implants

If you are detected with severe to profound hearing loss, a cochlear implant comes in handy. The device works by bypassing the damaged parts of the inner ear and directly stimulating the auditory nerve. Thus, the individual can hear the sounds that were impossible for them earlier. These devices are surgically implanted and are very effective in improving hearing and speech understanding.

Assistive listening devices

ALDs (assistive listening devices) are tools that enable people with hearing loss to hear better in particular contexts. ALDs are made to enhance particular sounds, such as speech, in a particular spot, as opposed to hearing aids, which amplify all sounds in the surroundings. These devices, such as amplified phones or personal FM systems, can help improve hearing in specific situations.

Speech and hearing therapy

Speech and hearing therapy, commonly referred to as speech therapy or speech-language therapy, is a type of recovery process that aids in the improvement of a person's speech, language, and hearing skills. People of all ages who have communication issues, such as those with communication-language impairments, hearing loss, stammer, and voice issues, are treated by speech therapists.

Tinnitus retraining therapy

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) aims to assist people with tinnitus in becoming accustomed to, or less conscious of, their tinnitus so that it no longer significantly affects their everyday lives. TRT frequently incorporates both counseling and sound treatment. Individuals receive information on tinnitus, its causes, and management techniques during counseling sessions.


Surgery may be an option for some types of hearing loss, such as removing a tumor or repairing a damaged ear canal. There are numerous kinds of surgeries available for hearing loss. For instance, cochlear implants, Stapedectomy, Tympanoplasty, and Ossiculoplasty. Depending on the kind of hearing problem, the audiologist recommends the surgery type for the individual.

Tri-County Hearing Services


The coverage for hearing aids varies by insurance plan. Some insurance plans may provide partial or full coverage for hearing aids, while others may not cover them at all. It is best to check with your insurance provider to determine your coverage for hearing aids. However, at Tri-County Hearing Services, you can qualify for free hearing aids. Call us at 1-888-432-7784 and we will be able to help you better.

The warranty on hearing aids purchased from Tri-County Hearing Services varies by manufacturer and model. Most hearing aids come with a manufacturer’s warranty that covers any defects in material and workmanship for a specified period, typically ranging from one to three years.

Yes, Tri-County Hearing Services offers a return policy for patients who have not used their hearing aids. The terms of the return policy, including the time frame and any restocking fees, will vary.

Speech and hearing therapy, also known as speech-language pathology, is a field of healthcare that addresses communication and swallowing disorders. It involves evaluating and treating speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing problems in individuals of all ages, from infants to the elderly.

The therapy works by first assessing a patient’s communication or swallowing abilities, which involves observing the patient and performing various tests to determine the type and severity of the disorder. Once the diagnosis is made, a customized treatment plan is created to help the patient achieve their communication or swallowing goals.

The underlying cause of the hearing loss, the degree of the loss, and the person’s general health all play a role in whether surgery for hearing loss is chosen.

Surgery may be suggested as the initial course of treatment in some circumstances. Moreover, cochlear implant surgery might be suggested in other severe hearing loss instances. Surgery, however, might not always be the best option or might only be used as a last resort in some circumstances. For instance, surgery might not help with hearing loss brought on by aging, noise exposure, or a genetic issue.

Reviews by Customers

Scott Farrell

“I have been a regular client of Tri-County Hearing Services for about 15 years now. What started as a regular visit to get my hearing tested to finally live a better life after dealing with Tinnitus, I am very pleased with the services they provide and their staff is friendly and professional. They offer a wide range of services including hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and tinnitus management. The facility itself is clean, modern, and spacious. I love the fact that I can call the office and they will attempt to schedule me as soon as they can. I recommend Tri-County Hearing Services to everyone who faces hearing issues.”

Scott Farrell, Bushnell FL

Deanne Mater

“I was dealing with some kind of ringing in my ears for about 3 months. Then I decided to see an audiologist in The Villages Florida. I was very frustrated and embarrased because of the issue. However, the staff at Tri-County was warm and welcoming. They were patient in understanding what I was going through. It was then I came to know that I has Tinnitus. I am on the road to recovery since my first appointment and it feels good. I highly recommend Parvesh Khirbat and Tri-County Hearing to all who need hearing services.”

Deanne Mater, Ocala FL

Diana Moore

“I was a little skeptical about getting my hearing tested, but after meeting with my audiologist at Tri-County, I decided that I would give hearing aids a try. I was not sure what to expect and thought I would have a hard time. After trying them for a few weeks I have found that they are the best aid for my tinnitus issue and hearing. I have been able to be more active in my life since I got the services from the clinic.”

Diana Moore, Belleview Fl

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