Troast Hearing Center is now part of the American Hearing Centers family
- Expanded product offerings, services and locations to serve you
- New pricing and financing options
- Increased support, training and ongoing education
Additional clinic details
New Name, Same Quality Care
Troast Hearing Center is now part of the American Hearing Centers family. While our name may be changing, our commitment to providing premium hearing care to our patients has not changed. We look forward to continuing to serve the area and to seeing our existing patients as well as welcoming new patients to our practice.
Our caring providers and welcoming staff make it inviting and comfortable for those suffering from dementia or other memory challenges to enter our office. We invite family members into the process and offer unique counseling options to help with a successful home or memory care communication plan.
First visit? What to expect
See what our patients say
Alan ColeI have been using Troast for my hearing since 2012. That I keep using them is a testament to my satisfaction with their service. They are always friendly and knowledgeable. Deborah Roehrer took the time to instruct me on the use of the thrive app on my phone.
Ronnie KempThe hearing test (and the explanation of the results) were done in a very professional and friendly manner. I would surely suggest going to Troast Hearing Center in Ridgewood to my neighbors and relatives.
Donald KanarvogelTroast Hearing Center is the best place to get your hearing checked and get the hearing aids that will make a difference in your life. I have been to many hearing centers but Troast has the best personal, especially Deborah, who’s professional and thorough. I will recommend Troast to everyone.
Meet the team
Frequently asked questions
Can you bill wax removal to my insurance?
Audiologists and Hearing Care providers cannot bill insurance for cerumen (wax) removal, however we are trained and experienced in performing these services. We bill a nominal office visit fee for these services.
How do I properly insert my hearing protection devices?
Some hearing protection devices are marked red (right) and blue (left). If they are not marked, they are not side specific.
For custom products: Slide the thinner side into your ear canal and twist the plug until it fits comfortably in the ear. Pull up from the top of the ear, to straighten the ear canal, as you push the ear mold into the ear.
For non-custom products: Slide the thinner side into your ear canal and pull up from the top of the ear, to straighten the ear canal, as you push the ear plug into the ear. If you are using a foam plug, tightly squeeze and roll it before putting in the ear canal.
How is custom hearing protection different from non-custom hearing protection?
Custom hearing protection is modeled after an impression taken of the ear. This will provide the best and most comfortable fit in the ear, which will eliminate ear pain or soreness that can occur with non-custom products. Custom hearing protection also provides a tight seal in the ear that prevents the unwanted high-level noise to leak into the ear.