Because There's So Much In Life To Hear!
Carolina Forest Hearing Center was established for the purpose of providing quality, patient-centered, diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology services to patients in the greater Myrtle Beach area. Carolina Forest Hearing Center is focused on providing high-quality service and patient satisfaction.
At Carolina Forest Hearing Center you will receive a comprehensive hearing evaluation at your first appointment. This will allow us to recommend the most appropriate treatment options for you. If hearing aids are recommended, the hearing evaluation will help us to select and program the hearing aids best suited for your hearing loss and lifestyle. We work with the top hearing aid manufacturers to provide you with a wide variety of options to address your individual needs.
We offer complimentary hearing aid consultation appointments to discuss your hearing loss and which hearing aids will work best for you. At your consultation appointment, you will have an opportunity to try a pair of our demo hearing aids, programmed to fit your hearing loss. We allow you to wear the demo hearing aids outside our office for a week, so you can assess the benefit in your everyday life.
At Carolina Forest Hearing Center, we are proud to offer our patients the ULTIMATE in hearing health care services. We will do everything we can to exceed your expectations. If you or a loved one are having difficulty hearing, give us a call to schedule an appointment! Take the first step towards improving your quality of life, because there's so much in life to hear!
Services We Offer
Comprehensive Hearing Evaluations
Professional Hearing Aid Consultations
Hearing Aid Sales, Service and Repair
Hearing Aid Batteries and Accessories (ask about our Battery Club)
Custom Earmolds, Swim Plugs, and Musician's Earplugs/Earpieces
Assistive Listening Devices
Accepted insurance plans:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
United Health Care
NYS Empire Plan
Emblem Health (GHI)
We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card.
Companies We Work With
We work with the following hearing instrument manufacturers in order to provide you with a wide selection of the latest hearing aid technology and so we can service and repair your hearing instruments: Oticon, Phonak, Signia, Starkey, and GN Resound.
"My Mother has had at least a couple of other hearing aids through the years that did not seem to work at all for her. Last week she received some new ones from Carolina Forest Hearing Center. The difference is amazing. She hears everything the first time and we can all enjoy conversing again. Thank you so much for giving my Mother her hearing back. Next week we are meeting up with other family and I know she will actually enjoy the visits now that she can hear."
"The staff at Carolina Forest Hearing Center are outstanding! Terry is very knowledgeable and just as importantly, caring. She wants what is best for you! She thoroughly explains options, and how each option relates to you. She does not rush you out, will answer your questions and makes sure you have the info needed to make informed decisions. Josh operates on the same manner, with the same philosophy that you come first!"
"WOW, Dr. Terry knows her job. I have been missing a lot of conversation at work and I went to her on the advice of a friend of mine. I thought I had a problem and I do. She tested and found what I need and right now I am using a trial pair that we programed to MY needs, I am getting these and I feel I could not be in better hand, now I hear everything everyone else hears! I highly recommend Dr. Terry and the Carolina Hearing center to anyone."
Hearing Loss is a physical disorder which causes a person to be unable to hear speech and other sounds loudly or clearly enough. Approximately 38 million people in the United States have a hearing loss that affects everyday life. That's more than 10% of the U.S. population! Hearing loss can affect anyone, at any age. In children, hearing loss can interfere with speech and language development and at any age, hearing loss can make daily living difficult.
- Do people seem to mumble or speak too softly?
- Are you straining to hear when others talk to you?
- Do you feel frustrated when you are trying to communicate in a group situation?
- Are family members or friends telling you that they often have to repeat things they say?
- Do you find yourself avoiding social activities because of difficulty hearing/communicating?
- Do you find that you need the volume turned up on your TV or radio?
- Are you having difficulty hearing in noisy places like a crowded restaurant?