If you have hearing loss, you don't just want to hear better — you want to hear your best. Advanced Hearing Center is dedicated to providing personalized care for every patient, and we hold ourselves to the absolute highest standard to give each patient the best possible results. Whether you need a hearing evaluation, treatment with hearing aids, or vestibular (balance/dizziness) testing, we are a full-service audiology clinic with the skills and expertise to support you.
Advanced Hearing Center is led by a team of licensed audiologists with doctoral degrees and decades of experience. Our patients come back to see us year after year because they know they can trust us to have their best interest at heart. We don't just sell hearing aids - we'll treat you as a whole person, and we go the extra mile in our testing and our hearing aid programming. It takes extra work, but we validate everything we do and never settle for anything less than our best. That's the only way we can be sure our results are precise and you get the most out of your hearing aids.
We've been an audiology practice in the Sugar Land area since 2005, and we care about our neighbors. When patients started asking us to offer a broader range of audiology services, we were happy to put our advanced training to work. Now, we're a convenient alternative for balance and dizziness evaluation and treatment close to home. There's no need to worry about Houston traffic — our office is conveniently located for patients residing in southwest Houston or areas south of Houston and Sugar Land.
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