Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center Offers Hearing Aids In Hattiesburg

July 26, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Hattiesburg, Miss. – A local company, Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center of Hattiesburg, has announced that they are offering hearing aids in Hattiesburg and the surrounding areas. They point out that what makes them different is that they always begin by making sure that the trouble their client is experiencing is really a loss of hearing, because oftentimes it is not. If it has been ascertained that it is actually hearing loss, clients can try out the most advanced hearing aids that are available right there in their office.

Howard Hancock, a Beltone Master Hearing Aid Practitioner since 2002, says, “Beltone Hattiesburg is more than just a place to buy hearing aids. At Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center, we are your hearing care partner - right beside you every step of the way on your journey to better hearing. We invest in research and development to continually bring you new products and improve the ones we have. Beltone hearing aids, apps, and accessories are designed to integrate seamlessly into daily life and accommodate each patient's unique lifestyle and preferences.”

The Hattiesburg hearing aid company has been investing continually in research and development to keep coming up with new innovative products such as hearing aids, accessories and apps. All of these are designed to integrate seamlessly into the lives of their patients and consider each patient’s lifestyle and preferences.

Furthermore, the company’s hearing tests are always complimentary and include a comprehensive hearing evaluation and consultation with a hearing care professional. Those who are interested can call of fill out their form to request for a free hearing test appointment.

Those who have already tried the hearing aids offered by Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center have positive things to say about it. For instance, Jeffrey K says, “This is a real game changer. I had one to try out for a week, and I must say that I was quite pleased with the MyPAL Pro. Throw in the easy access to Beltone hearing specialists, and a lifetime of care, and it was perhaps the smartest purchase I've ever made.”

Sherry P. says, “My screening experience was exceptional. I knew I had a hearing deficit but was blown away at my low level of word comprehension. The clarity of hearing with the demo Amaze was profound.”

Meanwhile, Julia M. says, “I would tell others how easy Beltone was and the difference in being able to hear and knowing what you couldn't hear. You would be able to discern birds and different trees and what a siren sounds like to be in a car.”

And Michael V. says, “The professionalism, understanding, care, consideration, and reassurance exhibited by the Hearing Professional, were nothing short of outstanding. In addition, once you purchase the hearing aids designed for your personal needs, Beltone does not leave you on your own to adjust to them.”

Those who would like to learn more about the hearing aids offered at Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center can visit their website at, or contact them by phone or via email. Those who would like to request an appointment can do so on their website through an online form. They are open from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.


For more information about Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center of Hattiesburg, contact the company here:

Beltone Hancock Hearing Care Center of Hattiesburg
Howard Hancock
(601) 264-2692
105 N 40th Ave, Hattiesburg, MS 39401

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