1620 Pennsylvania Ave Ste D
Fairfield California 94533
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 11am - 5pm
Closed for Lunch: Noon - 1pm
About our Fairfield location
"Excellent service and skills. I spoke with Sarah who booked an appointment for me with the audiologist. They have three offices - I went to the Fairfield office. Ample parking, clean and safe area. Denise who was my audiologist was very adept at explaining what she was doing and was very careful while inspecting my ears. She is very proficient at what she does. Excellent experience here."
—Nathalie J. C., Fairfield Hearing Services Patient
Our Practice Specializes In:
If a hearing loss is suspected, an appointment with one of our certified Audiologists should be made for the purposes of testing and evaluation. Testing is painless, comfortable and safe.
We offer a wide range of devices that provide exceptional comfort and sound quality. Are you looking for hearing aids that are invisible when worn? Or feature the latest wireless technology that connects to your television or cellular phone? Are you looking for devices that are easy to handle and feature long battery life? We can help.
Tinnitus is a medical condition characterized by persistent ringing in one or both ears that can only be heard by the affected individual. It has also been described as whistling, hissing, buzzing, or pulsing in the ear. These sounds may come and go, but for most tinnitus sufferers, the symptoms produce a constant, maddening drone.
In many cases, the distressing combination of tinnitus and hearing loss can be relieved with hearing aids. Specially engineered hearing aids are now available, and they can restore ambient sounds and help fill Sound Voids™ to eliminate the effects of tinnitus.
Facts About Hearing Loss
Hearing is our most critical sense when it comes to our ability to communicate, and even small degrees of hearing loss can have profound effects on how we interact and connect with others. Being separated from that ability not only has consequences for our social lives — it can have physical effects, as well, that can detract significantly from overall health.
Since most hearing loss develops gradually over time, it can be difficult to know how well you are hearing now compared with how well you used to hear. Only an accurate hearing test can reveal if you are having difficulty with specific sounds, and if so, how you might be able to hear better.