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    1. Hearing Analysis

      Your hearing professional will perform a visual examination of your ear canal, evaluate your current hearing level, and diagnose the type of hearing loss you may have. An impression of your ear anatomy may also be made with putty to determine if certain styles (like invisible hearing aids) are appropriate.

    2. Lifestyle Discussion

      You will be asked about the types of places (and sound environments) you frequent to determine the range of sound settings and technological features appropriate for your lifestyle.

    3. Hearing Aid Options

      You will see the different hearing aids that are appropriate for your level of hearing loss as well as your preferences for size, color and invisibility

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Good things come in small packages

The hero of our new X Series™ product line, Xino proves that good things do indeed come in small packages. In Xino’s case, a mini RIC with a longer lasting, 10A battery, configurable user control, and loaded with all of Starkey’s leading performance features.

If you’re looking for something small that delivers big hearing benefits, ask us about Xino.



“I'm somewhat a perfectionist, and I believe I should be able to hear just as well as anyone else hears.”

Hearing Loss & Treatment

Communication is critical in life. Our jobs, relationships and social interactions are all more rewarding when we can confidently communicate. And hearing is vital to that…

 Frequently Asked Questions

This collection of frequently asked questions (FAQ) provides brief answers to many common questions about hearing and hearing aids. It also provides links to more detailed information available from this web site. 

Care & Maintenance

Maintaining your hearing aid through daily cleaning and regular service is extremely important. Proper care helps retain optimum hearing conditions, extends the life of your hearing aid, and ensures proper hygiene…

“I've got three granddaughters, so it's very important for me to catch everything they say.”

Full Selection of Batteries

A hearing aid is only as good as the batteries that power it. Your Starkey hearing aids need a steady power supply from a quality hearing aid battery in order to run effectively. Even subtle changes in a battery’s output can mean the difference between clear performance and poor volume or noise control…