Northern Utah’s Most Trusted Hearing Care Available to Rose Park, UT

In the 1940s and 1950s, Rose Park, UT was marketed as a more affordable subdivision with larger plots when compared to older areas of Salt Lake City and was meant to provide affordable home ownership to GIs returning from service in World War II. Although many early residents worked in the railroad industry, economic trends have shifted to include accountants, electricians, business managers, engineers, real estate agents and brokers, architects, and police officers among the current residents.

Cultural, religious, and ethnic diversity are characteristics of Rose Park, with a majority of its population being of Hispanic/Latino descent, which tend to have a strong leftist leaning and support pro-Chicano human rights groups, although the area has seen a significant influx of young, upper-middle class white residents since the late 1990s. A moderately walkable neighborhood allows easy access to the parks, churches, and other amenities in the area, including a public golf course, recreational facilities at the Jordan River Parkway, a public library, and eco-garden.

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Dr. Joshua Luekenga, Au.D., F-AAA, CCC-A fitting a hearing aid

Helping people is our passion at Utah Ear Institute. Our objective at our Bountiful hearing and balance center is to enhance the lives of our clients in Rose Park, UT and nearby communities by providing hearing healthcare services such as comprehensive hearing assessments, advanced technology hearing aids, tinnitus management, earwax removal, custom hearing protection, hearing aid repair, and more.

Each of our Rose Park clients is a unique individual with diverse needs and personal preferences, so we work to match your hearing care to those specific needs. Beginning with accurately identifying your unique hearing challenges and walking with each of our clients on their journey to better hearing, our Bountiful professionals ensure that you have a worry-free hearing care experience.

Our Address

Hearing Aids in Bountiful, UT
415 South Medical Drive, A202
Bountiful, UT 84010

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Fax : (801) 298-4328

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday:
8:00am – 5:00pm
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How Your Local Hearing Experts Can Help

Better Hearing Care Begins with a Hearing Assessment

As the third most common health issue addressed by doctors, behind arthritis and heart disease, hearing loss ought to be a top priority in health screening, but most Americans leave hearing assessments off their list.

With most people putting off hearing tests up to 10 years after seeing its first signs, they needlessly struggle to communicate with others while their condition worsens in severity, and they run a greater risk of developing other negative health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, cognitive decline, and balance disorders.

Learn how the audiologists at Utah Ear Institute have the expertise, experience, and equipment to accurately diagnose and treat hearing loss before it disrupts your active and independent lifestyle.

Advanced Hearing Aid Solutions for Your Hearing Challenges

Remember how cell phones in the 1990s were bulky and fastidious to deal with, much like the hearing aids of the same era? Like cell phones, hearing aids are now smaller, lighter, and more powerful.

Innovations in micro-digital and nano-digital technology have transformed hearing aid technology into more user-friendly devices with powerful processing capabilities able to produce more natural sound clarity with speech enhancement and a reduction of background noise. Many of today’s smaller, lighter, and more stylish hearing aids also feature long-lasting rechargeable batteries and the capacity to directly link your cell phone, television, computer, and other digital devices directly to your hearing instrument.

Find out more about the advanced technology hearing solutions available from Utah Ear Institute that are capable of enhancing both your hearing and your quality of life.

Keep Your Ears Healthy with Professional Earwax Removal

Earwax can be a hassle to deal with at times, but it is nature’s way of providing moisture, removing dirt, debris, bacteria, fungus, or foreign objects from your ear canal, and warding off infections to keep your ears healthy.

How you deal with earwax buildup can determine the health of your ears and your overall health. While too little earwax may lead to itching, irritation, and infection, too much can cause stuffiness, muffled hearing, earaches, or a hearing aid malfunction, making a balanced approach to earwax essential.

Rather than risk damage to your ear canal and eardrum or packing the wax tighter, which only makes things worse, let the professionals at Utah Ear Institute provide you with a safer, more effective solution to earwax removal by using their specialized equipment, techniques, and expertise to keep your ears healthy.

Better Hearing Care Begins with a Hearing Assessment

As the third most common health issue addressed by doctors, behind arthritis and heart disease, hearing loss ought to be a top priority in health screening, but most Americans leave hearing assessments off their list.

With most people putting off hearing tests up to 10 years after seeing its first signs, they needlessly struggle to communicate with others while their condition worsens in severity, and they run a greater risk of developing other negative health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, cognitive decline, and balance disorders.

Learn how the audiologists at Utah Ear Institute have the expertise, experience, and equipment to accurately diagnose and treat hearing loss before it disrupts your active and independent lifestyle.

Advanced Hearing Aid Solutions for Your Hearing Challenges

Remember how cell phones in the 1990s were bulky and fastidious to deal with, much like the hearing aids of the same era? Like cell phones, hearing aids are now smaller, lighter, and more powerful.

Innovations in micro-digital and nano-digital technology have transformed hearing aid technology into more user-friendly devices with powerful processing capabilities able to produce more natural sound clarity with speech enhancement and a reduction of background noise. Many of today’s smaller, lighter, and more stylish hearing aids also feature long-lasting rechargeable batteries and the capacity to directly link your cell phone, television, computer, and other digital devices directly to your hearing instrument.

Find out more about the advanced technology hearing solutions available from Utah Ear Institute that are capable of enhancing both your hearing and your quality of life.

Keep Your Ears Healthy with Professional Earwax Removal

Earwax can be a hassle to deal with at times, but it is nature’s way of providing moisture, removing dirt, debris, bacteria, fungus, or foreign objects from your ear canal, and warding off infections to keep your ears healthy.

How you deal with earwax buildup can determine the health of your ears and your overall health. While too little earwax may lead to itching, irritation, and infection, too much can cause stuffiness, muffled hearing, earaches, or a hearing aid malfunction, making a balanced approach to earwax essential.

Rather than risk damage to your ear canal and eardrum or packing the wax tighter, which only makes things worse, let the professionals at Utah Ear Institute provide you with a safer, more effective solution to earwax removal by using their specialized equipment, techniques, and expertise to keep your ears healthy.

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