Hearing Center in

Sherwood, AR

Situated in Sherwood, AR, within the Apple Valley Shopping Center, our independent hearing center excels in providing exceptional auditory care. Dedicated to crafting customized hearing solutions, we offer a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Our offerings extend beyond mere hearing devices, encompassing a full range of services aimed at improving your hearing health. Contact us for holistic care that elevates your auditory well-being.

Call (501) 300-1988
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Details on our Sherwood Location


8000 Highway 107, Suite 1 • Sherwood, AR 72120


Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Friday, 8:30am – 1pm


*Must be 13 years or older to book online.

Kasey Johnson

Kasey Johnson


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American Hearing + Audiology in Sherwood, AR, offers a comprehensive range of expert hearing services tailored to your needs. Start your journey to better hearing with our free initial consultation, including an in-depth hearing assessment by our experts. Our personalized care encompasses precision fitting of hearing aids, effective tinnitus relief, and ear wax removal.

Discover our 7-day, obligation-free trial of leading hearing aid brands like Phonak, Unitron, Starkey, and ReSound. Our commitment to your hearing health includes full maintenance services, such as regular cleanings and adjustments. For continued support, choose our affordable Concierge Hearing Aid Service Plan or flexible pay-as-you-go options.

At American Hearing + Audiology in Sherwood, we provide a complete spectrum of hearing care services, each designed to enhance your unique hearing experience.

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Questions We Hear From Our Patients in Sherwood

What is the most common cause of sudden hearing loss?

 In many cases of sudden hearing loss (SSHL), the cause is unclear, but viral infections are the most commonly identified cause, accounting for about 25% of cases. Viruses such as cytomegalovirus (CMV), herpes simplex virus (HSV), and mumps can affect the inner ear and auditory nerve. Other potential causes include vascular issues disrupting blood flow to the inner ear, autoimmune disorders, trauma to the head, and exposure to ototoxic medications. While about 50% of SSHL cases remain unexplained, seeking early diagnosis and treatment is vital to improve the likelihood of hearing recovery.

How long can hearing aids last?

Hearing aids typically last between three and seven years, though this varies based on several factors. High-quality, durable materials and advanced technology can extend a hearing aid’s life. Regular use, proper maintenance, and careful handling also contribute to longevity. However, exposure to moisture, extreme temperatures, and rough usage can shorten their lifespan. Technological advancements might render older models outdated but not necessarily unusable. Changes in individual hearing need or significant hearing shifts may require earlier upgrades for optimal performance. Minor repairs and battery replacements are common, but major malfunctions might warrant replacing the hearing aids sooner than expected.

Want to learn more about hearing health?

You can check out our extended hearing FAQs and our hearing blog.

Improve Your Hearing in Sherwood Today!

Start improving your hearing at our Sherwood center. Our committed team is here to help with everything from diagnosing your hearing loss to treating your loss to offering superior hearing protection. We’re also here to assist with hearing aids in the Little Rock area. Embark on your journey to better hearing and an enhanced quality of life with American Hearing + Audiology.

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