Think Pink

pink ribbon Think Pink Hearing Aid Event | Dallas ENT Group | Dallas, TXWe are so excited to be hosting our annual Think Pink Hearing Aid Event! Every year, Dr. Allison Liberio and Dallas ENT Group partner with Oticon to promote better hearing with the Alta hearing aid products while raising money for the National Breast Cancer Coalition. Each year, Oticon donates more than $10,000 to fund critical research to improve the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer. We are so proud to be a part of this program! For that reason, we are offering incentives to promote this once a year opportunity.

Join us October 29th-31st for:
– Complimentary Hearing Screening
– FREE Listening Demonstration of the ALTA hearing device
– FREE 1 year of batteries with purchase
– 3 Year Repair Warranty
– 0% Financing Available
– Special 2-Week Risk-Free Alta Hearing Aid Trial

Call 972.566.8300 for an appointment!

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