You deserve the best hearing healthcare available. That's why we provide quality audiological care based on the latest science and technology.
Dr. Kevin Ivory earned his Doctor of Audiology degree from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, one of the top 10 audiology residential programs in the United States. In addition to seeing patients in Glendora, Dr. Ivory is also a university instructor at both California State University, Los Angeles and Northridge.
Yes, we are contracted with Medicare, as well as, several PPO insurances. Please keep in mind that Medicare covers diagnostic hearing evaluations but does not cover the cost of hearing aids. Some private health insurances might have a hearing aid benefit.
If you have health insurance and are interested in hearing aids, we run a complimentary hearing aid benefit verification with your insurance carrier prior to your appointment.
At this time, we are not contracted with any HMO insurance plans and we are not contracted with any California state funded health plans such as Medi-Cal.
Yes and No—it all depends on you and and your unique situation. The primary goal of modern-day hearing aid amplification is to improve your communication by allowing your brain to hear and process speech better.
We need hearing aids which are capable of handling background noise that are properly fit, tuned and programmed for your hearing loss but we also need a brain that can accurately process all that speech information.
Just as important as you are as the patient and just as important as the specific hearing instruments are for potential success, the third critical component for success is the audiologist. If your hearing aids are not programmed properly, or if you are not being followed closely with a follow-up schedule that adheres to clinical best practices, you will not achieve your maximum benefit.
Dr. Kevin Ivory has a 98% success rate because he follows clinical best standards and because he understands that hearing aid success is teamwork between himself and you to work together so that you achieve a better quality of life through improved hearing outcomes.
Yes, ringing in the ears, medically referred to as tinnitus, is commonly and effectively treated with hearing aids.
Yes, if you are not able to physically come into our office, telehealth appointments would be an option available for you. Read more about our telehealth options here.
Yes, we also have an office located in La Cañada Flintridge. Learn more about our La Cañada location here.
Book an appointment with Dr. Kevin Ivory to start hearing better today.