FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Will my insurance cover the cost of a hearing evaluation?
- How long will a tinnitus evaluation take?
- Do I need to schedule an appointment for a hearing aid problem?
- Do you provide on-site hearing aid repairs?
- Do you sell assistive devices such as TV Ears and amplified telephones?
- Do you make custom earplugs?
Hearing Solutions, an audiology private practice in Marietta, Georgia, was founded by Board certified Doctor of Audiology, Dr. Donna Leach, in 1991 to provide audiology and hearing aid services, including the evaluation and treatment of tinnitus to the residents of Marietta and the Atlanta region.
The staff of Hearing Solutions prides themselves on the professional and caring services which they provide. Helping others to achieve a better quality of life is their main priority, thus
"Before We Help People To Hear Better...We Listen!"
- Comprehensive hearing evaluation for all ages
- Pediatric newborn hearing screenings, including OAEs
- Digital hearing aids
- Evaluation and treatment of tinnitus
- OAE, ABR, ECoch
- Assistive listening devices, including TV Ears
- Custom hearing protection
- Minor in-house hearing aid repairs
- Complimentary Consultations
Most Major Insurances Accepted
What is a Doctor of Audiology?
A Doctor of Audiology is a professional who diagnoses, treats, and manages individuals with hearing loss or balance problems. The doctoral degree must be earned from an accredited university program. Their academic and clinical training provides the foundation for patient management from birth through adulthood. Doctors of Audiology determine appropriate patient treatment of hearing and balance problems by combining a complete history with a variety of specialized auditory and vestibular assessments. Based upon the diagnosis, the audiologist presents a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing impairment or balance problems. Audiologists dispense and fit hearing aids as part of a comprehensive habilitative program. Audiologists may be found working in medical centers and hospitals, private practice settings, schools, government health facilities and agencies, as well as colleges and universities. As a primary hearing health provider, Doctors of Audiology work collaboratively with otolaryngologists (ear, nose & throat) and neurologists when the hearing or balance problem requires medical or surgical evaluation or treatment.
What is the difference? Doctor of Audiology vs. Hearing Aid Specialist?
← It takes 7 years of University training to become a Doctor of Audiology! Dr. Leach chose to go back to college to pursue her Doctorate to further her education and be able to bring a higher level of care to her patients.
- Only 1 year of job training to become a Hearing Aid Specialist. ↑
- Who do you trust with your health?