New England's Hearing Care Experts for 45 Years
Improve your Hearing Relationships Life
ABOUT TOBIAS & BATTITE
Everyone Deserves to Hear Well
Hearing is how we connect to the world around us. It's how we keep in touch with friends, spend time with children or grandchildren, listen to the music we love, and enjoy the sounds of everyday life. Whether your hearing loss is new or has been part of your life for a long time, there are solutions to help you keep those all-important connections. At Tobias and Battite, we're committed to finding the right answer for you.
New England's Premiere Hearing Healthcare Specialists
We've been treating hearing loss in the Boston area for over 45 years. Our compassionate, personal approach to hearing healthcare is why patients have trusted us with their hearing for generations. That patient loyalty means the world to us.
Diagnostic hearing testing available by licensed audiologists.
Our expert clinicians unlock the potential of these extremely sophisticated devices.
We offer both in-office repairs as well as coordinating repair by the manufacturer.
Our expertise in hearing loss prevention, custom in-ear monitors and custom headphones is unparalleled! On and off the job, we help you use your ears responsibly.
Have you heard "there's nothing we can do, you'll just have to learn to live with it"? That's not true. We can help.
Modern hearing aids can be elevated further by accessory devices, and sometimes you only need the accessory, not the hearing aids.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I know I might have hearing loss?
If you've noticed yourself turning the TV up, asking people to repeat themselves in normal situations (not just in loud rooms), or staying out of conversations because you can't always understand what's being said, it might be time to have your hearing tested. Even if you haven't noticed a difference, we recommend that everyone 50 and older start getting their hearing checked once a year.
Why should I get my hearing tested if it doesn't seem too bad to me?
If there's a question in your mind, it's better to know than not. A hearing test isn't a commitment to purchasing hearing aids; it just means that you're finding out what your situation is so you can make the best decision moving forward. If you do have hearing loss, it's important to take it seriously even if it isn't severe.
Should I bring someone with me to my appointment?
We always recommend that patients bring a friend or family member to their appointments. This helps us get another perspective on your hearing, and it means that you've got someone else who can keep track of what we tell you and how to take care of your hearing devices. Your family is a big part of the process of treating hearing loss.