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Our Focus is on Your Hearing Health


Almost 41 million (1 out of 8) Americans suffer from some form of hearing loss.

Hearing aids would benefit close to 28.8 million of these individuals, but less than 4 million take advantage of the benefits they provide, according to National Institute of Health (NIH) statistics.

These statistics are tragic, because those with an untreated hearing loss place themselves at higher risk for developing additional health, cognitive, and mental health conditions with serious consequences.

In addition, dealing with family members who suffer from hearing loss takes an enormous toll on the families.

Duncan Hearing Healthcare commends you for taking a positive step toward getting the help you need by visiting our website.

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The unique “patient-first” approach we use to serve the needs and individual circumstances of each of our patients sets us apart in the Fall River, Centerville, Dartmouth, and Falmouth MA areas.

Our team provides a full range of hearing healthcare solutions focused on educating and assisting our patients as well as their families to deal with the effects of hearing loss while providing:

  • Comprehensive Audiological Evaluations
  • Tinnitus Assessments
  • Balance and Dizziness Testing
  • Adult and Pediatric Hearing Aid Fittings and Follow-Up Care
  • Fitting Verification with Speech Mapping
  • Electroacoustic Analysis of Hearing Instruments
  • Cerumen (earwax) Management
  • Hearing Aid Repairs for All Makes
  • Hearing Aid Cleaning Tools and Accessories
  • Custom Earmolds
  • Custom Swim and Sleep Plugs
  • Custom Musicians Plugs and Recreational Hearing Protection
  • In-Ear Monitors for Musicians
  • Wireless Assistive Listening Devices

Whether you struggle to hear a conversation when there is background noise, your loved ones complain that the volume on your TV is too loud, or you are missing critical information during phone conversations, there is no better time than today to seek help. At Duncan Hearing Healthcare, our focus is on your hearing health.

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Hearing Assessments

We often compare hearing loss to a broken tail light.

As although the driver often isn’t aware of it and they can comfortably continue to drive without fixing it, it’s the people around them that it causes frustration and challenges for.

With a recent national health survey reporting that 15% of the U.S. population report trouble hearing, hearing loss is much more common than most people realize.

If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s, the first step is to schedule a hearing assessment. They’re quick, non-invasive, and you’ll receive the results upon completion.


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Hearing Aid Technology

For many years, there has been a stigma around prescription hearing aids that has prevented millions of people from making the right decision for their hearing health and lifestyle.

But over the past decade, we have watched that change as hearing aid technology has drastically progressed. The latest hearing aids are incredibly small and, in some cases, even completely invisible. Patients often tell us that their friends, family, or colleagues haven’t even noticed their hearing aids months after wearing them.

With rechargeability, connectivity to your smartphone, and the ability to stream phone calls, music, and your television directly to your hearing aids, the latest technology is enhancing your life and not just enhancing your hearing.


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Tinnitus Assessments

Patients have described it as a hissing, clicking, ringing, or buzzing – but if you hear an unexplained sound in one or both of your ears on a regular basis, then it may be a sign of tinnitus.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control estimates that nearly 15% of us experience some form of tinnitus, making it one of the most common hearing related challenges across North America.

If you’re concerned that you may be one of the 50 million people that have tinnitus, then we encourage you to have a tinnitus assessment. It’s quick, non-invasive, and our professionals will help you to minimize the discomfort it causes.


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Would you like to speak to one of our hearing care professionals to ask your questions, share your concerns, or share your challenges?

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