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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

Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm

Phone: (603) 224-9043

E-Mail: info@betterhearingnh.net

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Recent Blog Posts

Gene Behind Otosclerosis Identified

“Otosclerosis” is a hereditary condition that affects one in 200 people. It results in conductive hearing loss that causes individuals to begin to lose their hearing in their 20s and 30s as a consequence of abnormal bone growth in their middle ears. As a consequence...

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Selective Listening

Many parents claim they can hear their children’s voices over the din in noisy environments. As it turns out, this ability may be an adaptation that the ears develop in response to repeated exposure to a socially meaningful sound. Understanding this important hearing...

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Tone Deafness’ Social Implications

You may be familiar with the terms “tone deaf” or “congenital amusia,” which refer to the inability to accurately perceive differences of musical pitch. Tone deafness is estimated to affect about 4% of the population and is the reason why some people find it difficult...

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