Hearing Services in Overland Park, KS

At Focus Hearing, it is our passion to provide lifelong hearing care to the people of Overland Park, KS. Whether you need a routine hearing test, custom hearing protection, or treatment for hearing issues, we have an experienced staff of hearing instrument specialists and audiologists you can count on for comprehensive, thoughtful care.

No two people are the same, and no two hearing needs are the same. We work closely with each of our patients to ensure that we understand their needs properly, so we can provide the highest quality of care to meet the needs of their lifestyles.

Adult Man Getting A Hearing Test

Hearing Tests

Regular hearing tests are a crucial part of maintaining our best health and well-being throughout our lives. It is recommended to get a hearing test once every decade until age 50, and once every three years after that. Those with a higher risk for hearing loss or who are receiving treatment for hearing loss should be tested even more frequently. If you’re due for a hearing test, schedule one today!
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Hearing Aid Repair

Most hearing aids today are pretty robust little gadgets. They live in the relatively inhospitable environments in and around our ears, yet provide years of quality service. From time to time, your hearing aids might need a little rejuvenation. Whether your hearing aids are not functioning as well as they used to, or they’re not functioning at all, bring them in and we’ll get them working again. Most repairs can be made in-house, though in some cases we may need to send a hearing aid back to the manufacturer. We repair all major brands, whether you purchased them from us or elsewhere.
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Tinnitus is commonly known as “ringing in the ears,” though it may appear in other forms, such as roaring, clicking, or screeching. No one but the person with tinnitus can hear the sound. For some people, tinnitus doesn’t bother them very much. For others, tinnitus can become a serious burden that results in mental health issues.

Often, tinnitus is related to hearing loss. It can also be the result of stress, high blood pressure, infection, or obstructions in the ear canal. If tinnitus is bothering you, make an appointment and come see us. We can recommend a course of action that will help.


Custom Hearing Protection

It’s estimated that about 40% of American adults and 17% of teenagers have some degree of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). While this hearing loss is unfortunately incurable, it is completely preventable. If you are regularly in environments with unsafe sound levels (above 85 dBA), an investment in custom hearing protection can make all the difference. Custom hearing protection is the best-sounding, most comfortable, and most effective solution. We offer custom earplugs for a variety of activities, including music performance, concertgoing, shooting, motorcycling, musicians’ in-ear monitors, swimmers’ plugs, sleep plugs, and ear protection for first responders.
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Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)

Hearing aids do a lot for us, but sometimes they still need some help accounting for greater distances. Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) are devices that are not hearing aids but may work with or without them to enhance the listening experience for those with hearing loss. Common ALDs include wireless microphones, loop systems, FM systems, infrared systems, personal amplifiers, and amplified telephones. We offer a wide range of ALDs for a variety of needs. If you have questions about which ALDs might be right for you, contact us today.

Wax Removal

Earwax is a natural and necessary part of the way our ears function. Earwax helps flush the ear canals of debris, captures foreign materials, and prevents insects from making a home in our ear canals. Sometimes, earwax can build up and create a blockage. Unfortunately, some of the ways we try to combat this (cotton swabs, we’re looking at you) can make the problem worse by pushing the earwax deeper into the ear canal.

We can quickly and safely remove built-up earwax from your ear canals using several professional tools. We’ll be able to check at the same time to make sure there aren’t any other issues that may be affecting your hearing. Ear wax removal is often conducted before a hearing test.

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Paul Richards
Paul Richards
Great place they do everything to help you.
Cari Carson
Cari Carson
I had a great experience at Focus hearing. The people are very friendly and the Doctor I worked with was very nice and answered all my many questions I had about hearing aids. I was very impressed.
James Wonderly
James Wonderly
Stopped in without an appointment. Had a minor problem with receiver retention broke. They replaced it and gave me 3 extra to take home. Very impressed.
Larry P
Larry P
Great service! Appreciate the walk-in accommodations.
Jack Lynch
Jack Lynch
Good experience!