Expert Audiological Care in Charlotte
By Top-Rated Charlotte Audiologist, Dr. Gosu
Dr. Gosu of Hearing Solution Center offers a wide variety of audiology and hearing aid services in Charlotte. From pediatric and elderly hearing loss to tinnitus, we provide hearing solutions for all walks of life.
Hearing Aid Fitting
If our testing indicates you would benefit from hearing aids, Dr. Gosu will help you select the best hearing aids for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Dr. Gosu works with most of the top hearing aid manufacturers to ensure he can fit each patient with the most appropriate device for them. Brands offered at Hearing Solution Center include Oticon, ReSound, Starkey, Phonak, Widex and others.
Hearing Aid Repair
At Hearing Solution Center, we offer on-site hearing aid cleaning, maintenance, and repairs for all hearing devices, regardless of where they were purchased. We strive to make the process of repairing hearing aids as painless and straightforward as possible.
As the name implies, custom hearing protection is made to fit your specific ear size and shape. Custom-fit protection provides more protection than over-the-counter earplugs, but they also last far longer and are much more comfortable.
Once a year, we recommend taking a hearing test if you have a current hearing problem or are over 60. Quick and non-invasive, here's what to expect from a hearing test with us. If the test reveals hearing loss, then this knowledge will give you the best chance of securing the right treatment.
Hearing loss is commonly thought of as an issue that affects older adults. However, many people are unaware that it can impact even the youngest children. 5 out of every 1,000 infants have some hearing loss, and 32 million people under 15 have hearing loss. Hearing loss in children and teenagers brings with it a unique set of developmental issues.
Tinnitus is a prevalent occurrence in the United States; around 50 million people suffer from it in some form. The illness, which means 'ringing like a bell' in Latin, is more common in those over 65. Still, younger people are becoming increasingly susceptible because of smartphones with earbuds and exposure to the rising noise volumes in bars, nightclubs, and restaurants.