For a limited time only, Beltone will be holding FREE HEARING SCREENINGS & Free fiber optic otoscope exams!

FREE hearing screenings & FREE Fiber Optic Otoscope Exams could reveal common problems like excessive wax build up, damage to the eardrum, fluid accumulation and MORE!

Call and make your appointment today.

Virtually invisible technology is designed to bring back the natural sound of hearing. Beltone’s leading micro-processor technology is engineered to be:

  • Crisp and clear sounding — advanced technology provides superior clarity
  • Virtually invisible — designed to be small and comfortable
  • Easy to use — automatically adjust to different sound environments

This procedure and screening are completely FREE of cost or obligation to you.

But hurry, this offer is for a limited time!

Call today. You’ll be glad you did.

Limited Time Only!

Monday, November 28 – Friday, December 2

3119 Washington Avenue | Alton, IL 62002

Schedule Your Appointment and begin to hear better.

Your journey to better hearing starts here

Beltone hearing aids fit every lifestyle and budget.

At Beltone, we are here to bring you hearing so natural, listening is a pleasure again—within your budget. Our quality care and variety of devices will give you the best living experience your money can buy. Schedule your FREE hearing test to see how you can improve your life with Beltone.

Tiny devices.
Huge results.

So small you’ll barely notice you’re wearing it.


holding his new Beltone Imagine™ for the first time.

Experience how Beltone Imagine enables better speech understanding

Learn more about how Beltone Imagine performs in a complex setting compared to past solutions. Watch these videos and get a feel of how Beltone Imagine tailors your hearing experience to give you the best quality of life.

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Hearing Updates from Beltone

Hearing loss is now linked to Alzheimer’s disease & dementia.

According to several major studies, older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, compared to those with normal hearing. Further, the risk escalates as a person’s hearing loss grows worse. Those with mild hearing impairment are nearly twice as likely to develop dementia compared to those with normal hearing. The risk increases three-fold for those with moderate hearing loss, and five-fold for those with severe impairment.

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