Starkey in Princeton and Monroe, NJ
Located in the Central New Jersey area, and serving the communities of Princeton, Monroe, Plainsboro and other nearby cities, Princeton Otolaryngology Associates specializes in audiology. If you live in New Jersey and have a hearing disorder, our audiologists, Karen K. Herring, M.S., FAAA and Dr. Rajool Dave, Au. D, FAAA, will carefully examine your hearing issue, find its cause and determine if a Starkey hearing aid would be the best treatment for you.
What makes Starkey the best option in hearing instruments?
When you’re picking out a hearing aid, there is a lot to consider. Thankfully, Starkey is a leading hearing aid company because they know what needs to be done to satisfy their users; they do so by putting out the best products with the latest and greatest technologies. Starkey will deliver you the hearing aid you deserve, one which will improve your hearing.
What distinguishes Starkey from other products?
Starkey is known as one of the greatest hearing aid manufacturers throughout the world. That’s because their products are technologically advanced. In fact, Starkey hearing aids are preferred by audiologists. The technology employed in these devices is the best that’s currently available. These specific hearing aids even feature an innovative design, making them more visually appealing than the rest.
What are the different types of Starkey hearing instruments?
Starkey features a wide variety of hearing products. Some of these include:
- Invisible Products
- Made for iPhone
- Hearing Amplifiers
Why are Starkey hearing products so successful?
In order for a company to be successful, there has to be a story behind it. They had to have done something right to have over 50 years of experience and have products placed in more than 100 countries around the world. Starkey’s story is that back in 2010, the manufacturer decided to upgrade their hearing aid by putting in a new microchip that is much faster than anything else invented. This is called “Spice” and is looked at as the brain of the hearing aid. Then, in 2012, Starkey went even further with this hearing aid by launching new digital hearing aids, which meets the changing times perfectly.
What to Expect during Your Starkey Consultation
When you come in for a consultation, the audiologist will start by examining your ear to see what’s causing the hearing loss. During this examination, there will be an evaluation of any self-reported symptoms you may have. Once the audiologist has figured out what caused the hearing loss, the testing procedures can occur which will ultimately help decide if Starkey hearing aids are right for you.
If you live in New Jersey and have been wondering whether or not you might be a good candidate for a Starkey hearing aid, our audiologists, Karen Herring or Dr. Dave, can answer all your questions. Don’t hesitate, you’re just an appointment away to get your health back, contact us at Princeton Otolaryngology Associates. Our practice serves patients throughout the neighboring communities of Princeton, Monroe and Plainsboro.