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    Florida Medical Hearing Centers
    I'm approaching 60 and have noticed some muffled hearing, ask-for-repeat, etc. Sometimes I've resorted to turning on the TV captions. I wanted to know if I was a candidate for a hearing aid. Florida Medical Hearing Center offered a free hearing test. I called and was able to obtain an appointment within a few days (they may have even had an appointment for later that day). I arrived and filled out some brief (one-page) medical information. I met Dr. Troast and he administered my free hearing test. I've been tested once before several years ago and Dr. Troast's test was more comprehensive than my previous ($130!) exam. The test was very thorough and took about 40-45 minutes. The doctor then went over my test results. There was even a "hearing simulator" that was remarkably accurate--he was able to recreate my "complaint" of muffled hearing and Dr. Troast was able to demonstrate to me what benefits a hearing aid would have. There was no pressure at all. They did not even ask for insurance information before (or after) the exam. I certainly felt like they were more interested in "fitting" me and not "selling" me. Very different from my last test when I was immediately shown high-end options. Even after I went over the costs of the units and I explained my generous insurance benefit Dr. Troast was more interested in steering me toward the correct solution for my needs--and not fit me with an expensive hearing aid that would be covered by my insurance. Would definitely recommend this doctor and office. Very patient, helpful and they seemed interested in helping me find my best solution.
    - William M.
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    Damask, Dr. Cecilia C
    She is really wonderful at what she does. I am a very complicated case and she has gotten me to the right places. As a matter of fact, she did some blood work on me because I kept on having reactions when they would start to test me for allergies. She did a blood draw and she saw just a little tiny spike on that and on auto immune. I have been on so many antibiotics that I thought I was really going to die because I couldn't get well. She sent me to an immunologist who immediately knew what I had. It's Sjogren's which is not a usual disease and it was beyond her scope. She also sent me up to Shen because I've really had a lot of problems in the mouth and throat. I think during that time I lost a vocal cord and I was just going everywhere in town to try to find somebody who might be able to fix it. I finally went up to Shen at her suggestion. She is just the best. I asked her for a referral recently for a primary because I want to switch. She sent me to the same one that she sent her parents.
    - Jean L.
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    Costco Hearing Aid Center
    They're the best service I've ever had. They're pretty good. You can walk in there anytime and get checked out. You can go shopping and say, "Hey, I'm having trouble with this. Would you check them up?" If you go to other places you have to have an appointment and they don't show up. I've had some bad experiences with two or three of them. Someone recommended Costco and I'm very happy with the service I get there. I guess, they're as good as anybody else with hearing aids. But I haven't had any luck yet with somebody to provide me with what I want. Maybe I'll never have it because you cannot restore your original hearing. I teach school a couple of days and I have trouble with the students, hearing them. Even this weekend my grandchildren were here for Easter and I couldn't comprehend fully at the table, sometimes. I recommend Costco for service. The best service you can get on hearing aids is Costco. They adjust them, they clean them and they do everything for you. They're very helpful. You don't get that from other specialty shops. The atmosphere is very friendly. That's what I like. It's not like some of the other places that pretend to be busy. It's a good set-up. I'm not too happy with the expert in there. She feels too important. But we get along. I use the assistant more than anything else. The assistant cleans and makes some minor adjustments. I don't go to the expert after my initial visit. I don't think I ever went back there in two years. She is very important and she lets you know it. My dealings are with the assistant and she is friendly. I have a great rapport with the assistant there. She has never turned me down. Every time I come there, she is very helpful and very pleasant. You can't beat that. I'm looking for something better than Costco.
    - Ray V.
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    fox valley hearing center inc
    They have a full range of audiologists. The one that I use is Dr. Candy McGinnis. They have a lot of technicians there and if I need help, they can fix stuff. The office environment is wonderful, the staff is great, and they are always there to help. When I was getting hearing aids, Dr. McGinnis was working for Affinity Health Services then she bought off on her own and I went with her. They did give me a name of one firm that they recommend but I haven't needed to use them yet. They are very good. Staff friendliness was the best. I went with them because they took care of us. Their communication was very good. They send out newsletters and invite us to socials where we could learn more about hearing so it's very good. As a matter of fact, I was going to go back up north sometime in May or June and make appointments with all of my providers back up there.
    - Frederic B.
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    Miracle-Ear Center
    They sent me to an ENT otolaryngologist. They were very very good because after doing my tests they didn't even try to sell me anything, they just send me over to the doctor.
    - John c.
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    The Barranco Clinic
    Every interaction I have had with this practice has been pleasant and positive.  Dr. Merritt is friendly and outgoing and very positive and professional. He eased my fears and the procedure was surprisingly quick and painless!  He followed up and rechecked 6 months later and will continue if problems recur.  I would highly recommend him as an ENT, as well as his audiologist techs and nurses, and the Ocoee office as friendly and efficient. To make appointments I call the main office in Winter Haven and they are always very nice and friendly as well.
    - Carol B.
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    Kielmovitch, Dr. Izak H.
    I've seen Dr. Izak H. Kielmovitch twice and I had very good results. I don't have any problems at all. I would use him again in the future.
    - Joseph W C.
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    Dr. Stephan A. Condill
    I have used Dr. Condill since 2011. He is very professional and fully explains each step along the way.  The initial hearing improvements were outstanding, and have work well over the years.  The support after the evaluation has been equally outstanding.  
    - Kyle R.
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    Kielmovitch, Dr. Izak H.
    We arrived on time and the office visit went speedily, can't complain there. However, the first time Dr. Kielmovitch walked into the room, he just immediately said: and quot;She needs tubes.and quot; This is before even shaking my hand. He scheduled an x-ray (which we later learned is not the recommended imaging technique for diagnosis of inner ear and adenoid issues), and this was done immediately after the appointment. Later in the follow up visit, the doctor insisted that not only did she need tubes, but she also needed to have the adenoids removed because they were enlarged. and quot;Really, and quot; I said, and quot;what did the radiologist say about the adenoids?and quot; and quot;The report said they were hypertrophied,and quot; he said, and quot;meaning enlarged.and quot; and quot;I would like to see the report,and quot; I replied. He finally handed me the synopsis that the radiologist had written, the report stated that the adenoids were and quot;very mildly hypertrophiedand quot;. Nothing that concerned the radiologist. When we questioned why the report said and quot;very mildlyand quot; the doctor replied that he had looked at the image and that in his opinion the adenoids were simply enlarged, disagreeing with the radiologist. At that point, we asked him to show us the image from the x-ray, and explain that. He flatly refused to show us the x-ray, saying and quot;Oh that's already gone.and quot; Yes, the image that he just and quot;lookedand quot; at was already gone while the radiologist's report was conveniently in the exam room. At this point we were losing trust fast in this doctor. I asked the doctor, and quot;Okay suppose we don't get the adenoids out, what are the negative consequences of that?and quot; In brief he stated that not having the adenoids out could eventually cause facial structure changes (in other words deformity). He went on to say, and quot;We can do just the tubes, but you will be back later for the adenoids.and quot; Later my online research did confirm that enlarged adenoids can cause mouth breathing, and this mouth breathing can lead to teeth alignment problems. But, this seemed like a stretch for a 4 year old child with and quot;very mildly hypertrophiedand quot; adenoids. She doesn't snore and breathes just fine right now. So, he wants to perform surgery on her to remove something that is probably not causing her much (if any) difficulty. That seemed extreme to me. Overall, we were not impressed with how quickly he made a diagnosis and a treatment without even examining our daughter. We also were unimpressed with the way he tried to scare us into doing things his way (the surgery way). In the end we left and scheduled an appointment the next day with another ENT to get a second opinion. This ENT did not agree with the need for tubes nor for adenoidectomy. Instead she recommended some slight diet changes and a follow-up later to check progress. Dr. Kielmovitch may be an excellent surgeon, but we will never know. We left and won't be back.
    - Sean B.
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  • Studio Cara

    211 W Fairbanks Ave
    Winter Park, Florida