Michigan Ear Institute

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Audiology Center

If any further information is desired concerning one of the various programs at the Michigan Ear Institute please contact us at (248) 865-4166. Also, a Dial a hearing test is available at this number as well.

Audiology and Hearing Aid Services We Provide

  • Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
  • Hearing Aid Evaluations
  • Tinnitus Evaluations
  • Fitting of Hearing Aids
  • Cochlear Implant Evaluations and Programming
  • Bone Anchored Hearing Aid fittings
  • Specialty Devices
    • Lyric Invisible Hearing Aid and EarLens
    • EarLens
  • Hearing Aid Repairs
  • Custom Swim Plugs
  • Custom Hearing Protection
  • Custom Musician Monitors

Audiology and Hearing Aid services and descriptions


The Michigan Ear Institute’s audiology staff possesses an outstanding clinical resume as well as having much experience in research. Areas of expertise include audiometric testing, auditory brainstem evoked response testing, advanced vestibular testing including electronystagmography, rotary chair testing and posturography testing. In addition various clinical electrophysiologic tests are done on site including electrocochleography (ECog) to help test for Meniere’s disease and electroneuronography (ECog) to aid in the diagnosis of facial nerve weakness. Recently, the addition of the OMNIAX has improved diagnosis and treatment of many patients suffering from dizziness.

Hearing Disorders

Conductive and sensorineural hearing losses are types of hearing disorders which can be identified with hearing tests. Both of these types of hearing losses are treatable. Conductive hearing loss can be treated with surgical intervention, conventional hearing aid, or an implantable device. Nerve deafness can now be treated with hearing aids or, if severe, with cochlear implantation. Occasionally, certain medicines can be used to improve hearing losses depending on their type, onset, and severity.

Hearing Aid Center

The Michigan Ear Institute Hearing Aid Center specializes in state-of-the-art hearing aid devices including both analog and digital hearing aids. Custom fitting and modern diagnostic testing insure a good match between the hearing impaired patient and their hearing aid. In addition to hearing aids, tinnitus maskers and tinnitus tapes and CD’s are also made available.

Please visit MEI Hearing Aid Center website:

MEI Michigan Hearing Aid Center Website


MEI Michigan Ear Institute Hearing Aid Center Website

FULL Hearing Aid Center Website

Here’s to a something happy in the new year …

In a year that’s been filled with adversity, including natural disasters, financial pressure, and a pandemic; it’s more important than ever to lend a hand to those in our community, especially those most impacted by this year’s challenges. We’re partnering with the "ReSound Gives Sound" program to help deliver up to $1 million dollars worth of ReSound ONE™ hearing aids to those most in need.

“2020 was filled with a lot of adversity. We want to lend a hand to those in our community who are struggling with hearing loss, especially those most impacted by the pandemic,” says Michigan Ear Institute.

Our practice is relying on those in our community to step up and nominate someone they know who has experienced some hardship in 2020 and could really benefit from having the latest hearing aid technology.

If you know someone that could benefit, please call our clinic at 248-865-4166. We’ll take your nomination over the phone, and will be notifying selected recipients at the end of January.

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