“One Hundred Thousand Welcomes”
We know that you have a choice in
hearing care providers.
We value your trust in us.
Our goal is to provide an outstanding client experience every time you visit us. You’ll find a wealth of information about our facility on these pages. Please visit our photo gallery and call for an appointment to allow us to care for all your hearing related needs.
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Hearing Aid Technologies for Easier Living
Hearing aids have advanced dramatically, even in just the last couple of years.
They’re high-tech, tiny and discreet, easy-to-use, and perform far better than ever before.
O’Connor Hearing Center is dedicated to providing expert diagnostic services, the most advanced hearing aids, and related products to adults in the Greater Ann Arbor area in a professional and compassionate atmosphere. Hearing loss can affect many facets of an individual’s life; well fit and properly adjusted hearing aids have been proven to significantly improve quality of life.
We concentrate on providing services to adolescents and adults. Our focus is on providing the highest quality service both before and after purchase. This includes providing complete Auditory Assessments, Hearing Aid Evaluations/Consultation and regular check ups. All of which has been proven to increase patient satisfaction and enhance your ability to enjoy life!
We have a complete range of products by leading manufacturers such as Oticon, Signia, Phonak, Widex and Unitron. Your hearing aids will be chosen to fit your cosmetic needs as well as your hearing requirements and your budget. We also have accessories for hearing aids as well as non-amplified products such as swim plugs, hearing protectors.
O’Connor Hearing Center has a dedicated “Assistive Listening Device” room designed to provide real life experience in using television amplifiers, telephone devices and other products used with or instead of hearing aids.
Listen to Tom’s interview on the WLBY Ann Arbor radio program “Everything Elderly” Here is a link to an article about it: LINK