Vegas Hearing

702-732-3800
301 North Pecos Rd., Suite G
Henderson, NV 89074
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 9:00am – 5:00pm
Book Now

Hearing Health Blog

If you’ve started dreading the company office meeting or the family get together because it’s just too difficult to understand the conversation, your hearing might benefit from a little computer training. At least that’s the finding from a new  study  by Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary researchers, which suggests speech-in-noise intelligibility can be improved in some cases by playing specially

Read More


Now that the holiday season is in full swing and you have a few hard-to-buy for people on your gift list, Healthy Hearing is here to help. We’ve found some unique hearing health gifts for everyone on your nice list, regardless of whether or not they have hearing loss. Helpful technology Don't forget the best hearing health gifts this holiday season! 

Read More


he holidays can be difficult for people with hearing loss. Spending time with friends and family is wonderful, but holiday gatherings tend to be large and loud and often occur one after the other. It can be exhausting and overwhelming for someone with hearing loss given how much concentration it takes to follow conversations, even when things are quiet! Sometimes people

Read More


Thanksgiving. It's the most anticipated meal of the year. Considering Americans consume 242 million turkeys each year – 30 percent of that during the holiday alone – it's safe to say we look forward to Thanksgiving each year for the food and time spent with loved ones. But, what we put on the table is good for more than just stuffing your

Read More


Stigma has been defined as “the possession of, or belief that one possesses, some attribute or characteristic that conveys a social identity that is devalued in a particular social context.”  Some people worry wearing hearing aids will make them look old. For many older people that stigma, or diminishing of perceived value, comes in the form of hearing loss. And unfortunately,

Read More


"It's not all about you," as they say. This applies to many areas of life, but it is particularly true if your hearing isn't what it used to be. You might think your hearing loss only affects you, but consider this: Is your hearing loss causing problems in your relationship? Communication makes the best  relationships a success. Hearing loss does not occur in

Read More


You’re at your local pub with a group of friends, and you start chatting with someone you haven’t met before. In the background, the music is loud, and the chatter around you is interfering with her voice. You pick up the first bits of the conversation: “What’s your name?” “Where are you from?” You can’t hear clearly everything she’s saying,

Read More


Can you name a medical device that changes the lives of millions of people, but isn’t generally covered by insurance? Surprisingly, the answer is hearing aids. Most private insurance doesn’t cover them. With a price tag ranging from $1000 to $4000 each, hearing aids have become a luxury few can easily afford. Most private insurance doesn’t cover  hearing aids. According to

Read More


Everyone can likely agree that mental health and hearing health are important, yet it wasn’t until the results of recent studies were released that a strong correlation between the two was confirmed. Depression has been linked to hearing loss and unfortunately, both conditions too often go unacknowledged and untreated by health care professionals. But what if that wasn’t the case? Could shining

Read More


Summer is here! And so are the fireworks, concerts, music festivals, motorized sports, and more. It’s a great time for fun. But it’s also extremely important to be smart about protecting your hearing. Remember, the single bang of a firecracker at close range can permanently damage hearing in an instant. And any sounds at or above  85 dBA  for a 

Read More