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We are taking COVID-19 and your healthcare seriously. To see our new procedures for your safety, you can view more information HERE
Our providers are vaccinated

Our fax: 919-421-8804 

10320 Durant Road, Suite 107, Raleigh, NC 27614

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May is Better Hearing & Speech Month!

Free Educational Classes

We provide free educational classes at Raleigh Hearing and Tinnitus Center. Click below to see the schedule of events for our free educational classes and also for links for our past educational classes!

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Patient of the Month

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Community Events

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Brain Fitness Webinar

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Join us virtually through Zoom for a webinar on Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 from 12:00-1:00pm EST to learn more about your hearing health! Click the photo above or click HERE to register today!

Free Educational Classes

2021 UPDATE: While our educational classes covering topics including hearing loss and tinnitus have been extremely popular, since moving in-person classes to an online Zoom format, interest has decreased significantly. It is understandable as patient-to-patient communication during these groups can be incredibly helpful, and not everyone feels as comfortable with programs such as Zoom. Therefore, until in-person classes are safe or interest changes, we are putting our educational classes on hold temporarily. If you have any interest or questions about any topic we can help with, feel free to email us at [email protected] and we can help you individually! Also, you can watch some of our past videos below. Thank you for your understanding!


Myth: Only older adults are affected by hearing loss.
Fact: 48 million Americans have hearing loss and 2/3 of them are under age 65 years.

Myth: Hearing aids are like glasses.
Fact: Glasses can correct vision to 20/20 and the eyes do not require vision training to see more clearly. Hearing ability can not be restored to 100%. It takes the brain time to adjust to sounds with a hearing aid.

Myth: I don't need hearing aids if I can hear most things.
Fact: Even a mild hearing loss can put you at an increased risk of dementia, falls, depression, and social isolation.

Myth: Hearing aids are ugly and are associated with being disabled.
Fact: Modern hearing aids are small and sleek, some are even invisible. Patients often find that with hearing aids they do not make socially embarrassing mistakes like misunderstanding or talking off topic, which can be more obvious than wearing hearing aids.

Click here to learn more about May is Better Hearing Month!