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You may be surprised to find out just how prevalent hearing loss is.

  • More than 4 million Americans age 65+ and almost 6 million Americans under age 65 have reported having a hearing impairment.
  • An estimated 48 million Americans actually have a hearing impairment.
  • 10 million Americans have suffered irreversible noise-induced hearing loss, and 30 million more are exposed to dangerous noise levels each day.
  • Only 1 out of 5 people who could benefit from hearing aids actually wears them.

These statistics tell us that a growing number of people of all ages are affected by hearing loss, yet only a fraction of them are diagnosed and treated with hearing aids.

At Woodland Hearing Aid

We can help you hear better!

Our Mission

Our practice provides competent and compassionate service in the specialty of hearing health care. We use the latest hearing testing modalities to determine each patient’s specific needs, and provide them the most convenient solution.

Voted the best in Yolo County 2010 and 2011, Woodland Hearing Aid focuses on clients first and understands the needs of the consumer and the value of the patient.

We Offer:

  • Free Hearing Test and Consultation
  • Hearing Aids Sales
  • Hearing Aids Service (Programming, Cleaning, Repairs)
  • Ear Molds
  • Swim Molds
  • Hearing Protection (ear plugs, ear muffs, ear bands)
  • Custom Molded Earpieces for Hands Free Driving
  • Battery Sales
  • Hearing Aids Supplies
  • Assistive Listening Devices

Common Signs of Hearing Loss

It is always a good idea to practice hearing loss prevention techniques, but hearing loss can sneak up on you. If you experience any of the below signs, you should see a hearing specialist.

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  • Difficulty hearing on the telephone
  • Trouble hearing birds, wind, alarms/bells, women, and children
  • Turning the TV volume too high for others
  • Frequently asking people to repeat themselves
  • Trouble hearing words or music when there is background noise
  • Difficulty following conversations in groups
  • Feeling that many people mumble
  • Misunderstanding words and responding inappropriately, or nodding/smiling when you haven’t really understood what was said
  • Frequent ringing, roaring, or hissing in the ears

Common Signs of Hearing Loss

It is always a good idea to practice hearing loss prevention techniques, but hearing loss can sneak up on you. If you experience any of the below signs, you should see a hearing specialist.

  • Difficulty hearing on the telephone
  • Trouble hearing birds, wind, alarms/bells, women, and children
  • Turning the TV volume too high for others
  • Frequently asking people to repeat themselves
  • Trouble hearing words or music when there is background noise
  • Difficulty following conversations in groups
  • Feeling that many people mumble
  • Misunderstanding words and responding inappropriately, or nodding/smiling when you haven’t really understood what was said
  • Frequent ringing, roaring, or hissing in the ears