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Hearing Aids and Audiology
in Old Bridge, New Jersey
Hearing Aids and Audiology in 
Old Bridge, NJ
In-Office, and Virtual Appointments.

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We Offer Total 
Hearing Care

Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation 
Hearing Aid Consultation and Demonstration
Hearing Aid Purchasing and Fitting 
Hearing Aid Repairs and Adjustments
Aural Rehabilitation
Tinnitus Management

AAC Leasing Program

Advanced Audiology Care is proud to offer a new Hearing Aid Leasing Program! This new program allows you to enjoy all the features of quality hearing aids at an affordable monthly rate


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Meet Dr. Peter Fan

Dr. Peter Fan has a passion for improving the quality of life that is often impacted by hearing loss. His focus is to educate patients about their hearing loss and provide the best possible solution to assist in restoring that loss.

Dr. Peter Fan, a clinical audiologist, is the owner of Advanced Audiology Care. He received a Master's Degree in Audiology from Hofstra University and a Doctorate in Audiology from University of Florida.

Independently owned.
Personalized care.

Advanced Audiology Care is an independently owned audiology practice serving Old Bridge and the surrounding communities.

Being an independently owned practice means that Advanced Audiology Care is not owned by hearing aid manufacturing companies like other audiology practices are in the area.

Dr. Fan strives to provide the best possible care for his patients at Advanced Audiology Care.

Make an appointment with him today if you're experiencing hearing loss, symptoms of tinnitus, or are in need of a hearing test with an audiologist.

He looks forward to meeting you soon.

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Patient Reviews

Annmarie Bakhsh

Excellent service from Peter Fan - very professional, competent and experienced. He too the time to listen and understand my hearing issues. My hearing aid have been a remarkable improvement to my hearing and have been trouble free and beyond my expectations. Wish I've done this earlier and I highly recommend advanced audiology care. Thanks Peter for improving my hearing and making my life a much happier and better one !!

Sammy Sam

Dr. Fan is an extremely qualified Audiologist. He has an interested and helpful manner and works with you until he exceeds your expectations. This is the third set of hearing aids that I have purchased and no one from the previous two companies worked with me like Dr. Fan. I would recommend Dr. Fan highly to anyone that needs hearing aids. He is also very ethical and honest. Those are qualities that seem to be lacking in the hearing aid industry.

Bhavna Patel

Peter Fan is great audiologist. He will work with you one on one and make you feel comfortable. Also, he will explain step by step details in maintaining your hearing aid in best possible way. He is very patient which is key in this process.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an audiologist?
Audiologists are healthcare professionals who evaluate, diagnose, and treat hearing loss and other auditory conditions like tinnitus and balance disorders. Audiologists also provide valuable insight and products to help prevent hearing loss, like protective custom earplugs. Audiologists are trained to work with all ages, from newborns to the elderly; however, some specialize in certain age groups or conditions. An audiologist holds an advanced degree in audiology. Currently, audiologists are required to obtain a doctoral degree and must be licensed by the state in which they practice. Additionally, audiologists are regulated by the Division of Consumer Affairs.

In addition to their education and state licensure, an audiologist may be awarded the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), otherwise known as the CCC-A. With additional training and expertise, the audiologist may receive the Honor of Fellow, awarded by the American Academy of Audiology (AAA).
What types of tests and treatments do audiologists perform?

Common services and treatments provided by an audiologist include:

  • Diagnostic hearing tests
  • Audiologic evaluations
  • Hearing aid fittings and consultations
  • Hearing aid repairs and maintenance
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Hearing loss prevention and protection programs
  • Earmold and earplug fitting and consultation
  • Tinnitus treatment programs
  • Hearing rehabilitation and auditory training
What Is the difference between an Audiologist and a Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS)?
There are a number of different hearing healthcare professionals available, but each has different education and training requirements. An audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) are two of the most common professionals when seeking treatment for hearing loss. To better understand which professional is best for you, it’s important to distinguish the differences between the two.

Audiologist. An audiologist is trained to diagnose, treat, and monitor disorders of the hearing and balance system. They are trained in anatomy and physiology, amplification devices, cochlear implants, electrophysiology, acoustics, psychophysics, and auditory rehabilitation. Doctors of Audiology complete, at a minimum, an undergraduate and doctoral-level degree in audiology, as well as a supervised externship prior to state licensure and national certification. This usually requires 8 years of post-secondary education (4 years of college and 4 years of graduate school). The graduate school years focus on the medical, diagnostic, and rehabilitative aspects of hearing loss, hearing aids, and the vestibular system. Upon completion of training, audiologists must also pass a national standardized examination to be eligible for state licensure. Continuing education requirements must be met for an audiologist to maintain state licensure. For individuals with hearing loss, auditory issues, or balance problems, an audiologist is the most qualified professional to assist with diagnosis and treatment.

Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS). A hearing instrument specialist is licensed to perform audiometric testing to sell and fit hearing aids. To obtain a license, a HIS generally has to take a certification program in hearing aids, complete in-the-field training hours, and pass an exam. Hearing instrument specialists can fit and repair hearing aids; however, they cannot diagnose a hearing loss.
How do you know if you have hearing loss?

If you’re concerned you or a loved one may be experiencing hearing loss, you are not alone. Because hearing loss can come on gradually, it’s often the people around you who notice your hearing problems before you do. Typically, it takes people an average of 7 years to seek treatment. If you exhibit the following symptoms, consider visiting an audiologist:

  • You hear mumbling when people are speaking to you.
  • You have to ask people to repeat what they said.
  • You laugh at jokes even though you may not have heard the details.
  • You frequently complain that people mumble.
  • You need to ask others about the details of a meeting you just attended.
  • You play the TV or radio louder than your friends, spouse, or relatives.
  • You cannot hear the doorbell or the telephone.
  • You find that looking at people when they speak to you makes it easier to understand.
  • You miss environmental sounds, such as birds chirping or leaves blowing.
  • You find yourself avoiding certain restaurants because they are too noisy. 
  • You hear a ringing sound in your ears, especially when it is quiet.
You currently have hearing aids but can no longer get to your audiologist. Can you service my current hearing aids?

Yes, we work directly with top hearing aid manufacturing companies. Please contact us at (848) 231-6637 with any questions about your current hearing aids.

How are you able to offer competitive pricing for your hearing aids?
We pride ourselves on providing the latest technology in digital hearing aids at an affordable price. We minimize our cost of operations by eliminating the restraints of a traditional office. This allows for savings to be passed along to our patients.
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200 Perrine Road Ste. 210
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

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