We Listen, We care

Our goal is to provide you with everything you need to know to make the right decisions for your hearing health.

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State-of-the-Art Hearing Center

Come in to the Better Hearing Center, Inc., and let us help you get back to the world of hearing.

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Don’t put off the enjoyment of the sounds in your life any longer.

Come in to the Better Hearing Center, Inc., and let us help you get back to the world of hearing.

We perform hearing tests and fit individuals for hearing aids.

Audiology Services

We perform hearing tests, fit patients for hearing aids, and provide one-on-one consultations, among our other services.

Hearing Evaluations

Contact us to schedule your hearing evaluation. We’re excited to assist you in making decisions about your hearing health.

Experienced Staff

We are the only hearing center that has served the Concord, New Hampshire, area for more than 55 years.

Better Hearing Center

We are located right off of Route 106 in Concord, New Hampshire.

Address:
2 Industrial Park Drive
Concord, NH 03301 USA

Summer Hours:
Monday – Thursday
8am – 4:30pm

Friday
8am – 4pm

  • We will be closed Monday, May 30, 2016 in observance of Memorial Day.
  • We will be closed Monday, July 4, 2016 in observance of Independance Day.
  • We will be closed Monday, September 5, 2016 in observance of Labor Day.

Phone: (603) 224-9043
E-Mail: info@betterhearingnh.net

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Recent Blog Posts

Degree of Difficulty

With a “mild” hearing loss (26 to 41 dB range), people can typically hear one-on-one conversations as long as they can see the speaker’s face and are listening at close range. However, even a mild hearing loss can pose problems if the conversation partner is at a... read more

The Sound of Music

Hearing instruments are primarily designed to amplify speech, not listen to music. Human speech is largely between 30 decibels (dB) and 85 dB. While human speech has a range of about 50 dB, music has a range of about 100 dB, which most hearing instruments cannot... read more

Diabetes Hearing Loss

While nerve damage (neuropathy) associated with diabetes is commonly concerned with the hands and feet, hearing loss can be another complication of uncontrolled diabetes. Research indicates that people with uncontrolled type-1 or type-2 diabetes are twice as likely as... read more