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991 Watertown Street
West Newton, MA 02465
M-T: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
W-Th: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
F: 9:00AM – 4:30PM
Special Walk-In Hours
11:00AM – 12:00PM daily*
Our walk-in hours are for clients who would like their hearing aids cleaned or if their hearing aid is not working. More extensive work like Bluetooth pairings and reprogramming will still require an appointment. *Walk-in hours are not for Lyric hearing aid wearers.
Hearing Aid Brands
We work with all the major brands of hearing aids, including Lyric.
Insurance We Accept
Insurance companies frequently change their covered benefits. If you are not sure about your hearing aid benefits, contact our office, we can help.
We are members of the Academy of Doctoring Audiologists, the American Academy of Audiology and the Massachusetts Audiology Association.
Special Walk-In Hours
Open hours reserved for cleaning and quick hearing aid check-ups
Getting Ready for Your Appointment
1. Call to Confirm
Our office will contact you the day prior to your appointment to confirm the appointment time.
2. Don't Forget ID & Insurance Cards
We are required to obtain copies of an acceptable form of ID and your insurance card.
3. Download, Print & Sign These Forms
To make your life a bit less hectic, we’ve made available online the new patient forms you need to complete.
Download: Patient History | HIPAA Policy
4. Don't Stress!
We promise to make this visit as stress-free as possible. We’re really good. And we’re really nice. Really.
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