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Dr.Franklin Douglis is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose, and Throat) and has passed his certification in Sleep Medicine.  Dr. Douglis is a recent Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine.  He attended the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine and completed his specialty training at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He has a strong interest in general health and overall wellness.  Dr. Douglis has been practicing medicine in Conroe, Montgomery County Texas, Spring, Harris County Texas and the Houston area since 1982.  This site is intended for U.S. Residents only.

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Audiologist for Hearing Problems

Your first stop for hearing solutions

An Audiologist has been specially trained to test and treat patients with ear problems.  These patients can be any age.  Children with hearing loss due to fluid behind the ear drum, adults with dizziness and hearing loss.

An Audiologist who has earned their Au.D has completed special training which allows them to better evaluate hearing loss and provide and fit hearing aids which will benefit the patient the most.

The audiologist at HEAR AGAIN works side by side with Dr. Douglis, to ensure high quality and comprehensive patient care. Our Doctor of Audiology,  Amanda Troyer Fontenot, provides a full set of hearing care services. The hearing solution process starts with a hearing test. From there, Dr. Fontenot will work with you to find the best solution for your hearing loss, personal goals and listening situations. Dr. Fontenot's extensive knowledge in hearing aid technology, along with working with the best hearing aid manufactures ensures a good experience. We work hard to develop long-term relationships with our patients to ensure optimal hearing from your first visit and for years to come. Hearing aid manufacturers that we work with include but are not limited to: Oticon, Phonak, Widex, Resound, Siemens and Unitron.

Hearing loss often declines gradually and deficits may go unnoticed. Hearing loss left untreated can lead to anxiety, reduction in social activity and depression. Neglecting your hearing can lead to auditory deprivation and the longer you wait the harder treatment may be. Do not let hearing loss stand in the way of you or your loved ones. Take the first step and call us today to find out how we can help you!

Amanda Troyer, AuD, FAAA

Addie Greer, AuD, FAAA