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Audiologists and
Hearing Aids

In Longmont, Colorado

Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center offers a wide variety of hearing healthcare services to help you hear better and hear for life.

Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center

In Longmont, CO

Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center is easily accessible to residents of Longmont, CO and nearby areas. We believe in giving our patients the chance to enjoy better hearing and a better life. We do that by offering state-of-the-art hearing technology and world-class professional care at affordable rates.

Your journey to better hearing starts now


We want to help you protect one of your most valuable assets - hearing. With our years of experience and knowledge in audiology, we know how best to conserve your hearing so you can continue living life to the fullest.


Cognitive hearing health is an integrative method of protecting your hearing and brain health. We want to help you maintain the best possible quality of life no matter what stage of life you are in.

Quality of Life

Millions of people suffer from some form of hearing loss that affects their everyday lives. If you are ready to take the next step in improving your quality of life, we are here to help you find the best hearing solution for you.

Online Hearing Test

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Hearing Care Services - Longmont, CO

Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center is a full-service audiology practice and Longmont’s best option for new hearing aids and better hearing. We’ve been serving the Longmont, Lyons, Niwot, Berthoud, Boulder, Firestone, Frederick, and Dacono communities since 1992. We are dedicated to improving patients’ lives by handling all of your auditory needs with compassionate and reliable care. Whether you are experiencing hearing loss, believe you have tinnitus, or have questions about your hearing health, we’re here to help.

Diagnostic Hearing Tests

We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care in the assessing and diagnosing of hearing disorders for adults and children, and we offer the best treatment options available.

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Tinnitus Evaluation & Treatment

We aim to determine the cause of your tinnitus, look for sensorineural hearing loss, and distinguish it from hyperacusis. Then we can determine the best treatment options available to you.

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Hearing Aids For All Ages

We are a fully independent audiology practice dedicated to fitting you with the right hearing technology for your needs, your lifestyle, and your budget.

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Hearing Aid Cleaning & Repairs

For any concerns related to the parts and performance of your hearing aids, you can depend on our professionals for expert cleaning and repair.

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Cochlear Implants

We work with our patients to assess their candidacy for surgically implanted hearing devices and provide fitting, adjustments, and other support services needed.

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Earwax Removal

Experiencing difficulty hearing or muffled hearing? Excessive ear wax may be the cause. We offer several safe and effective options for ear wax removal treatments.

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Custom Hearing Protection

Recreational exposure to excessive noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Our custom ear molds provide hearing protection for concerts, sports, musicians, industrial workers, shooters, and swimmers.

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Pediatric Hearing Services

We support the early identification, assessment, and intervention for all types of hearing loss in children. Early intervention is crucial for the development of speech and language, as well as for social, emotional, and psychological development.

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Meet Dr. Rudden

Longmont, CO Audiologist

“When I think about all the things I have seen and experienced over the years, I have been truly blessed to call my “life’s work” serving people with hearing loss and helping them reconnect to the sounds that mean the most to them. I have also had the opportunity to serve other communities in underserved countries such as India, Guyana, Costa Rica, Peru, and St. Lucia. These mission experiences of service have granted me the opportunity to change lives by giving the gift of hearing. It is as simple as that.

I have witnessed this magic with people of all ages: babies hearing their mother’s voices for the first time, grandparents hearing their grandchildren, children hearing their own voices and realizing they can make sounds. It’s incredible to witness, and I’ve been blessed to share these moments.

I look forward to helping you reconnect to the sounds that are critical, vital and memorable to you! Through the Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center, we can change lives by helping you hear for life.”

Meet Dr. Rudden
Dr. Rudden in India with Starkey Hearing Mission, 2018
Patient Testimonials

Frequently Asked Questions

You can self-refer to an audiologist if you are ready to pay for audiology treatments out of pocket. If you self-refer, there is no need to contact a doctor. You must first obtain a doctor’s referral before you may use your insurance to fund the consultation, testing, and other related fees. Some audiology clinics do not allow walk-ins (save for current patients), while others do. It depends on the clinic, therefore the best thing to do is phone or email your chosen clinic to save time and effort.

You can choose to have your hearing checked privately without a recommendation from your doctor. Many independent hearing clinics provide hearing exams for walk-in patients. However, if you intend to utilize your insurance to cover your hearing test, either partially or entirely, you must obtain a reference since most insurance companies demand a referral for reimbursement.

Because the distinctions between audiologists and hearing aid experts are minor, it is easy to become confused about which expert you are visiting. There are, however, some significant variations between what these two professions can achieve for you. A hearing aid expert, in essence, can test your hearing and equip you with a hearing aid. Audiologists can evaluate and diagnose a broader spectrum of hearing and balance issues. Audiologists are more specialized than hearing aid experts, so your doctor may recommend you to one to learn more about your situation.

An audiologist is someone who has a degree and has specialized in the anatomy of hearing. To be a hearing aid dispenser, on the other hand, you must be qualified and apply for a license, in addition to comprehensive training in working with hearing equipment. An audiologist must get both an undergraduate and graduate degree in audiology. There will also be a supervised externship before the professional may get national certification and state licensing. An audiologist may be more appropriate for more medically related services such as balance difficulties, earwax impactions, and hearing loss caused by noise exposure.

Audiologists are trained professionals who use the latest technology to carry out hearing tests and offer hearing solutions to help identify and treat problems related to hearing and balance. When it comes to concerns related to audiology, hearing, and balance, an audiologist is the best healthcare professional to see for consultation.

Hearing aids are available in different sizes, models, and designs. When choosing a hearing aid, the first thing you need to consider is the type and degree of hearing loss you have. To ensure that you put your investment toward the right type of hearing aid, consult with an audiologist. Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center is a pioneering and trusted hearing care provider in Colorado.

Tinnitus is usually caused by an underlying medical condition, such as an ear injury, age-related hearing loss, or a problem with the circulatory system. For a lot of people, tinnitus may improve by treating the underlying cause or providing treatments that reduce or mask the noise. If masking sounds are not enough, we use tinnitus retraining therapy to help reduce the impact of tinnitus in your life

Tinnitus is usually noticeable in quiet settings. To combat this, a white noise machine may be used to mask the tinnitus noise. Tinnitus with hearing loss may be managed with hearing aids that have built-in tinnitus maskers. An electric fan, soft music, or low-volume radio static may also provide temporary relief.

Hearing loss can affect people of all ages and can be caused by various factors. The three basic categories of hearing loss include sensorineural hearing loss, conductive hearing loss, and mixed hearing loss. Each person has a unique hearing experience, hence, there is no generic solution for hearing loss. A comprehensive assessment done by an audiologist is the first step in treating or managing hearing loss.

The price of hearing aids varies based on your unique hearing loss and lifestyle. There are different technology levels, styles, and capabilities for each device. The best range we can give you would be from $700 up to about $2500 per device and everything in between. There may be professional fees for the fitting and orientation as well as the verification measurements but those fees are the same regardless of the product that you select. An audiologist is the best choice to help you select the hearing aid that is best for you.

We are in network with most major providers. You are welcome to call the customer phone number on the back of your card to verify if we are in network with your specific plan. We are unable to bill Medicaid or Kaiser. Some insurance plans do have coverage for hearing aids and related services. We are happy to help look up your benefits for you after a hearing test, or you can call the number on the back of your insurance card.

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D’Anne Rudden’s Why

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