Geraint trained at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear hospital in Gray’s Inn Road, London, where he met his future wife, Jayne. They both qualified as audiologists in 1976 and were married the following year.
While Jayne remained working for the NHS, Geraint left to join the established Welsh folk band Ar Log as singer and guitarist. After touring the world with the group he decided to get back to his original profession and joined a private hearing aid company and started working at the David Rees Hearing centre in Cheltenham.
After the company became part of Siemens Hearing in 1983 Geraint and Jayne relocated to Wales with their young children Ffion and Osian.
Geraint set up his own business, Geraint Davies Hearing/Cymorth I’r Clyw in 1990 and worked from various clinics before opening the Hearing Centre at Llanrwst, the market town where his father, the writer, poet and broadcaster T Glynne Davies had won the Crown at the National Eisteddfod in 1951.
His daughter Ffion qualified as a Hearing Aid Audiologist in 2005 and joined her father in the business, and in 2015 her brother Osian joined the company.
We work closely alongside eminent Ear Nose and Throat consultant Mr Zak Hammad FRCS.
We're an independent family-run business and take pride in providing the very best hearing healthcare possible.
UPDATE ON FLOOD DISRUPTION TO OUR CENTRE IN LLANRWST
As you may have heard; Llanrwst has been affected badly by storm Ciara, devastating local businesses and homes and our branch in Llanrwst has been badly damaged by the floods.
We are working hard to get things up and running as soon as possible but in the mean time we are still taking bookings at our Abergele branch - please note our landline is currently down so if you require an appointment or any further information please call 07738437327 or 07894202886.
We thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.
Geraint, Ffion & Osian
Your initial hearing assessment includes an otoscopic examination of your ears, as well as a thorough hearing test and evaluation. We can then see whether or not your hearing needs assistance and, if it does, discuss the available options with you before deciding upon the most suitable hearing solution for your individual requirements.
We now offer Clinical Ear Care at our Practice. We will examine your ears and assess whether or not wax removal is necessary, and treat and advise accordingly.
Please come along or book your appointment with Ffion today! Why not skip the NHS waiting list and be seen within days! Could even be that next day!
Prices are £40 for one ear. £60 for both.
We appreciate that it can be difficult to make the decision to wear a hearing aid for the first time, so we make every effort to help you overcome any concerns that you may have and to ensure that you participate fully at every stage of the decision process.
We offer a wide selection of generic and custom noise protection, with the appropriate attenuation for your specific needs, whether it's for motor cycling, shooting, or even attending a rock concert! Be sure to protect your ears! For more information on Noise Protection, don't hesitate to get in touch.
To ensure that you continue to get maximum benefit from your hearing aids, we provide a complete aftercare service, which includes free regular check-ups and reprogramming as required. We know how important this is to a successful fitting. We have the time and expertise to ensure that your hearing aids continue to give you the best possible results.
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We offer a large range of the latest digital hearing aids from all the leading manufacturers to give you the widest possible choice of prices and styles to suit your individual needs, whatever your hearing loss and individual requirements. Hearing instrument styles differ in their appearance and how they fit on and in your ears and offer different advantages depending on the design, size and technology. Most styles are available in a wide range of colors to suit your needs. We will help you choose the style that’s right for you.
Different types of Hearing devices
We provide a professional, non-biased and honest advice to suit your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Working closely with the worlds leading independent hearing hearing aid manufactures:
IIC (Invisible in the canal)
The newest custom fit style is virtually invisible when worn. Living in the second bend of the ear, the IIC comes complete with the world's industry-leading technology.
CIC (completely in the canal)
These devices fit completely in the ear canal. Only the head of a tiny plastic line - with which you insert or remove the instrument - shows above the canal.
ITC (In the canal)
ITC instruments features a custom earmould that fits down the ear canal and a small portion that faces out into the outer ear.
ITE (In the ear)
ITE instruments house the technology components in a custom earmould that fits within the outer portion of the ear.
RIC (Receiver in the canal)
The RIC device is small, discreet and incredibly quick to fit; perfect for many first time wearers.