Keep Hearing the Sounds You Love

We have offices located in Vandalia and Dayton. Give us a call or stop by to arrange an appointment with our audiologists.
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COVID-19 UPDATE:

New Information Effective Monday, April 6, 2020: We will continue to be formally closed until at least Monday, April 20, 2020.

Please see all below information as it is still relevant.

Statement on COVID-19

Effective March 20, 2020 at 5:00pm, our offices will be CLOSED for at least a 2-week period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means we will not be scheduling any formal appointments.

This length of closure will be reassessed as needed and we will continue to keep you informed as we navigate through this. We will have access to the office phones from a dedicated cell phone. If you have an emergent hearing aid need, there will be a licensed audiologist to evaluate. Please call the office at South Office: (937) 435-5033 or North Office: (937) 576-0074 abd keave a message. All calls will be addressed but on an emergent basis.

If possible, we will schedule curbside drop-offs for repairs and pick-up of devices. Please do not take unnecessary trips out of your home.

If you have Bluetooth technical questions regarding your hearing aids, please call the hearing aid manufacturer patient support line:

  • Oticon: 1-855-400-9766
  • Widex: 1-844-497-8844
  • Starkey: 1-888-227-8906
  • Unitron: 1-866-227-8906

It is important to stay vigilant and educated in the midst of all we see and hear. Let’s keep ourselves and our community healthy! Thank you everyone for your patience. I appreciate you all more than you will ever know and thank you for your continued patience during this difficult time in our nation.

-Dr. Lynn Carpenter, AuD
Doctor of Audiology / Practice Owner

Facts about Hearing Loss

Across Generations

Approximately 48 million Americans, or 20% of the population, suffers from some form of hearing loss.*

Prevalence

After hypertension and arthritis, hearing loss is the third most common chronic condition faced by older Americans.*
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Increased Risk

There is a significant correlation between hearing loss people with diabetes, high blood pressure, and men in general.*
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Depression

Adults with hearing loss were at a much higher risk for depression.

Thinking Abilities

Those with untreated/unaided hearing loss experience a much greater decline in critical thinking skills compared to those without.

Cognitive Function

Additionally, there exists a significant correlation between untreated hearing loss and gradual loss in cognitive function.

Hearing Aids

Hearing aids can reduce the effects of hearing loss by 50%. Additionally, hearing aids can reduce the effect of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

We Can Help

Looking for hearing healthcare services that you can trust? At Miami Valley Hearing & Balance, we have the facilities and staff to serve your needs. Our comfortable clinic and professional, caring staff are here for you.

Our Mission

Miami Valley Hearing and Balance seeks to provide the highest quality of hearing heathcare services to our patients by improving each patient’s level of independence, self esteem, activity levels, and mental health that can be decreased by untreated hearing loss.

We are commited to providing professional and ethical hearing healthcare. Services will be provided in a timely, caring, and pressure-free environment. All patients will be treated with dignity and respect.

Services

You will always be seen by a licensed clinical Audiologist. We provide thorough tests and evaluations for your hearing devices as well as a manufacturer’s warranty and trial period.
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Our Locations

True to our name, you can find us throughout the Miami Valley.

Vandalia Office

37 Elva Court
Vandalia, OH 45377
Phone: 937-576-0074
Fax: 937-576-0165

Dayton Office

7901 Schatz Pointe Dr
Dayton, OH 45459
Phone: 937-435-5033
Fax: 937-435-5512

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