Cornerstone Hearing Center

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Keeping you in
touch with life.

About Our Hearing Center

Cornerstone Hearing Center offers a comprehensive line of digital technology for all levels of hearing loss. We work with major manufacturers of hearing aids, assistive devices and custom hearing protection. Our complete hearing evaluation will help us determine if there is a hearing loss, and what type and degree of the loss. As a complete diagnostic clinic, we are able to provide hearing aids if needed and also refer on to an ENT for any medical issues as well.

The results of your hearing evaluation will be completed discussed with you and we will make sure all of your questions are completely answered. If hearing aids are needed, we will choose them based on the testing results, your lifestyle and your budget. Your care does not end with the hearing aid purchase. We provide continued follow up care to help keep your hearing at its best.

As specialists in connectivity, we also offer solutions to connect you with the TV, landline phone, cell phone, music (iPods, radios, etc) and of course to the people you care about and the life around you! We also repair most makes and models of hearing aids. Need custom ear molds? We have them for musicians, hunters, bikers, swimmers, and more!

Our care includes knowing and understanding how medical issues such as tinnitus, diabetes, and heart disease can affect hearing loss.

There are 50 million Americans who suffer with tinnitus. This is a constant periodic “ringing”, “humming”, or “buzzing” in your ears, when there is nothing actually doing these things in the environment you are in. Tinnitus is a common problem, especially among those who have hearing loss. Cornerstone Hearing Center offers the latest counseling and sound therapy options for patients who are struggling with tinnitus.

Diabetes and hearing loss are two of America’s most widespread health concerns. Nearly 26 million people in the U.S. have diabetes and an estimated 34.5 million have some type of hearing loss. The National Institute of Health (NIH) has found that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes opposed to those without.

Heart disease patients were over 50% more likely to have impaired cochlear function than adults without cardiovascular disease. Women are particularly at risk and almost 3 times more likely to have impaired cochlear function.

If you have any of these medical conditions, we suggest you get an annual hearing evaluation.

Get back in-touch with your life!

If you suffer from hearing loss, you could be missing out on so much of life’s joys. Hearing loss can affect your mood, ability to enjoy conversations, and even your relationships with family and friends. If your hearing could be better, please contact us today for a hearing loss consultation.. If you know that your hearing could be better, please schedule an appointment online, give us a call, or stop by our local office:

Cornerstone Hearing Center
25521 East Smoky Hill Road
Suite 220
Aurora, CO 80016
(303) 400-2988

We have patients come to us across Colorado from: Denver, Parker, Aurora, Centennial, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch.