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Audiologist & Hearing Aids in Lawrenceville, New Jersey

Got hearing loss? Need hearing aids? Got an earful of wax? Do you need ear impressions for custom hearing protection or earmolds? Do you have tinnitus? Do you have hearing aids that need proper programming, care, and maintenance? We do it all at Oracle Hearing Center. Welcome! We can’t wait to meet you!

Oracle Hearing Center

“I have always seen relationships as the foundation of our lives. Our most valuable exchanges exist with our family unit, friends, coworkers, and even acquaintances. Communication lies at the heart of these relationships, and it is with this understanding that I use my expertise as an audiologist to strengthen the quality of how we communicate with one another.

When interacting with my patients, listening to what they have to say has always been a big part of who I am and how I practice. I make it a point to connect with the core of who they are. In knowing their stories, I can connect to them in a way that allows me to treat their hearing needs with a personalized approach. Their communication goals become mine, and revisiting who they want to get back to being is where my care is centered.” 

Yasmin Battat, AuD

Doctor of Audiology

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We believe that each of us carries a light. Only when we align ourselves to our true selves, our values, maintain our health, engage our world through meaningful connection with better hearing…do we honor and shine that light within. Only then do we come home to ourselves. This is the magical part of our work at Oracle Hearing Center: watching that light shine bright through better hearing.

Welcome home.

Welcome home.

Are you ready to begin your journey to better hearing?

Your path to better hearing is unique to you. We are here to achieve connection to the world around you through improved hearing. Are you ready to get started?

Audiology Services

At Oracle Hearing Center, we pride ourselves on specialized audiologic service offerings which are customized to your hearing and lifestyle demands.

Hearing Evaluations

If you find you are asking others to repeat themselves and often, have your television turned up, and are experiencing increased difficulty hearing in noise, it may be time for a hearing evaluation. A hearing evaluation includes a battery of tests that identify the type, severity, and etiology of hearing loss.

Tinnitus Evaluations

Tinnitus can be described as a “ringing,” “buzzing,” and/or “hissing” in the ears, which you can hear but not anyone else. Assessing the potential causes and level of severity of tinnitus is the first step to your road to recovery.

Hearing Aid Fittings

With hundreds of hearing aid styles on the market, finding the right one can be daunting. We pride ourselves on understanding your lifestyle and communication demands to select the device(s) that best suit your needs.

Ear Wax Removal

Feeling some crackling in your ears after taking a shower? Do your ears often feel clogged after exercising, wearing hearing aids, or ear buds? It could be earwax build up. We can help. Earwax removal is quick, painless, and effective using the Earigator in our office.

Auditory Processing Disorder

If you feel as though you are experiencing difficulty hearing even when it’s been established that you have normal hearing, you may have Auditory Processing Disorder. Essentially, parts of higher processing in the brain that have trouble making sense of what is happening at ear-level (what you are hearing), especially in noisy situations. We provide Auditory Processing Disorder treatment to both children and adults.

Real Ear Measurement

Imagine going to the eye doctor, and rather than glasses being prescribed based on a vision exam, you are told to select the best glasses from a pile of glasses on a table. That it is what is like when hearing aids are programmed to your ears without Real Ear Measurement. In our office, there is no guesswork. Hearing aids are programmed to your hearing loss using Real Ear Measurement to ensure soft, conversational, and loud speech goals are met and verified.

Hearing Aid Services

We ensure that our patient’s hearing aids are properly fitted and working, keep track of their hearing development, and provide maintenance, repair, and modifications as necessary.




Hearing Aids & Protection Solutions

You’re different. Your every day communications needs are unique to you, and because of that, we provide various, customized hearing solutions to meet your lifestyle needs.

Hearing Aid Services

We ensure that your hearing aids are properly fit, programmed, and maintained to meet your lifestyle needs through high quality cleaning, repair, and reprogramming services.

Custom Hearing Protection

Your ears are as distinctive and different from one another as your fingerprints are – no two ear canals are alike. We offer custom ear protection that is molded to fit your unique ear anatomy to ensure that you get the best hearing protection you need. Whether you need to protect your ears from loud noises from shooting, musical events, industrial sounds, or swimming, we can offer the best custom ear protection to suit your preferences.

Assistive Listening Devices

Personal technology called assistive listening devices (ALDs) can facilitate one-on-one communication. ALDs are microphone-equipped hand-held amplifiers that bring the desired sound closer to your ears. These little gadgets record and transmit the sound you wish to hear while potentially filtering out some surrounding noise. Other personal devices include wireless FM devices and personal accessories that can be used with hearing aids and cochlear implants.

Hearing Aid Brands We Work With


Frequently Asked Questions

Self-referral means that there is no need for you to secure a referral from a medical provider to be seen by an audiologist. It is true that you can self-refer to an audiologist, but if you want to use your insurance to pay for your visits, you might need to acquire a referral first. While a reference is not required under state licensure or an audiologist’s code of ethics, the majority, if not all, third-party payers will.

Generally, a physician referral is required for all diagnostic audiological treatments covered by Medicare; nevertheless, the main factor affecting payment is the reason for the test. Medicare will pay for medically appropriate and required procedures to diagnose and treat a patient’s illness. For each service that is invoiced, the clinician is required to document in the medical record the precise medical concern or symptom of the patient that prompted the service.

A hearing aid specialist can perform a simple hearing evaluation and fit you with a hearing aid. A wider range of hearing, balance, as well as other audiological problems can be assessed and diagnosed by audiologists. The medical experts responsible for identifying the underlying etiology of hearing loss are audiologists since they are trained and exposed in the anatomy of hearing loss. Contrarily, a hearing aid specialist is only majorly concerned with conducting hearing tests to fit hearing aids.

Professionals who assess hearing and provide aftercare for hearing aids are known as hearing aid dispensers (HADs). Hearing aid dispensers should be licensed and certified in order to use hearing technology. A wider variety of auditory and balance problems can be assessed and diagnosed by audiologists. For treatments that are more closely tied to medicine, such as balance issues, earwax impaction/blockage, and hearing loss brought on by exposure to noise, an audiologist may be more competent to handle the said issues. Both professionals are competent in fitting and adjusting hearing aids as well as performing maintenance, cleaning, and repairs.

An audiologist can diagnose, prevent, and treat hearing disorders, tinnitus, balance and vestibular issues. They take part in the hearing aid selection process as well as the programming and fitting of the devices. Additionally, audiologists can perform professional ear cleaning/earwax removal, diagnose and treat ear infections, and provide auditory rehabilitation.
When compared to prescription hearing aids, cheap hearing aids have a substantial lack of features and capabilities. Because inexpensive hearing aids are commonly designed as mere amplifiers, you may be exposed to dangerously high decibel levels that could be more damaging to your hearing. Instead of putting your hearing health on the line for a cheap gadget that could not even be able to solve your hearing problems, it is better to purchase a high-quality hearing aid from a reputable manufacturer. The best person to talk to about hearing aids and similar communication devices is an audiologist.

Long-term exposure to loud noises and aging are the two main causes of hearing loss. The majority of hearing loss is irreversible. However, with the assistance of an audiologist, you can take measures to preserve and improve your hearing. Other causes of hearing loss include:

  • Ear or head trauma
  • Sudden exposure to loud noise
  • Ototoxic medicines
  • Viral or untreated ear infections
Audiologists strongly discourage using cotton swabs, Q-tips, or other tiny objects to get rid of earwax. This method is ineffective and may end up pushing the wax deeper into the ear canal, leading to more serious problems. Professional earwax removal is a safe and effective way of getting rid of accumulated earwax and other debris inside your ears. An audiologist is trained and has the equipment to keep your ears healthy and clean.

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