Jonesboro Beltone Clinic

Check out our current offer

30 DAY FREE TRIAL

Get started with a FREE Hearing Screening Demonstration with Beltone Hearing Care Professionals.

If your FREE Hearing Screening shows you have hearing loss, we will fit you with the latest in technologically advanced hearing aids for you to try for 30-Days – with no obligation.*

There’s no obligation to receive our FREE HEARING SCREENING, which includes a look inside your own ear canal through our Fiber Optic Otoscope inspection.

*Cannot combine with other offers. Not valid on previous purchases. Single Beltone Imagine hearing aid. Fully refundable deposit may be required.

Schedule Your Appointment and begin to hear better.

Glenn Otey, BC-HIS at the Jonesboro Beltone Clinic

Find a hearing solution that fits your lifestyle

At Beltone, our goal is simple: to bring you hearing so natural, listening is a pleasure again—wherever you go. And, thanks to Beltone’s leading micro-processor technology, our hearing aids are feature-rich, yet super small. Our hearing solutions mimic natural hearing, easily adjust to your environment or activity, and conveniently connect with your technology, like a television, smartphone, or tablet.

Looking for a different location?

Tiny devices.
Huge results.

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

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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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