Welcome to Holland Doctors of Audiology


Founded in 2011, with the goal of offering specialized Audiology services, we are dedicated to providing cutting edge technology, expert advice, and clinically proven treatment options. As Board Certified Doctors of Audiology, Dr. Stelios Dokianakis and Dr. Laurie Bennett, are dedicated to your complete hearing health and will be there for your entire journey to better hearing. Our services include advanced hearing tests, digital hearing aids, tinnitus treatments, assistive listening devices, hearing protection, specialized hearing needs for musicians, and more. We invite you to contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

Digital Hearing Aids in Holland, MI


We can help you find the right hearing aid for your unique hearing loss and lifestyle. Hearing aids are now very discreet and offer advanced features to provide clear speech and a natural listening experience, even in noisy environments. We are independent and utilize all hearing manufacturers, to best fit your hearing loss and specific needs.

Hearing Tests & Hearing Loss Information


If you are experiencing signs of a hearing loss, you are certainly not alone. More than 48 million American adults experience some degree of hearing impairment and wait on average 7 years before seeking treatment. With over 50 years of combined experience, our Doctors use the latest in audiological testing equipment to properly diagnose and treat your hearing difficulties.

Tinnitus Therapy & Management


Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, can range from frustrating to debilitating. For those who experience it, the constant noise can interfere with enjoyment of many situations, causing anxiety and even depression. If you, or a loved one, are experiencing tinnitus, we are here to help with over 50 years of combined clinical experience, advanced tinnitus diagnostics, and access to all clinically proven tinnitus treatment options. From custom sound therapy signals to tinnitus management devices and retraining therapy, we offer relief for the ringing, buzzing or hissing in your ears.

Custom Products for Musicians


We understand that musicians have unique needs when it comes to hearing protection. While live music is wonderful, it can have some negative consequences for the hearing of musicians. We can provide everything from custom ear protection, ear molds, deep impressions, to professional in-ear-monitors. Protect your hearing, play better and enjoy music for many years to come.



Dr. Stelios Dokianakis, Au.D.


Dr. Stelios Dokianakis is a Licensed and Board Certified Doctor of Audiology with over 25 years of clinical and research experience. His professional interests are in the areas of tinnitus, high-frequency hearing loss, and musician’s hearing needs. Dr. Dokianakis has been awarded the “American Academy of Audiology Scholar” distinction. He leads the Holland Area American Tinnitus Association Support Group and is a Committee member of the Michigan Audiology Coalition. Dr. Dokianakis founded the practice in 2011.



Dr. Laurie Bennett, Au.D.


Dr. Laurie Bennett, is an Audiologist with over 25 years of experience in Hospital, ENT, Hearing Aid Manufacturing, University, and Non-Profit settings. She completed her undergraduate work at Iowa State University and earned a Masters in Audiology from Purdue University. After gaining many years of clinical experience, Dr. Bennett earned a Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Florida.

Her reputation of being highly knowledgeable, skilled, and patient-focused is well earned. Many of her family members suffer from hearing problems and she has personally witnessed the communication, social and emotional consequences that hearing loss can cause.

Holland Doctors of Audiology
(616) 392-2222
399 E 32nd St, Holland, MI 49423
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🌎 Happy Earth Day! How much weight is Dr. D lifting 💪 ??? Guess and Win a Year's worth of Batteries!
We try to be mindful of the environmental impact of our actions in everything we do from bags and cups to hearing aid batteries. Our biggest effort is to collect and recycle your hearing aid batteries, of all chemistries and sizes. What we collected in 2018 filled a cat-litter container!
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This Easter Sunday, remember to consider loved ones with hearing difficulties. Raise your voice gently without yelling, be patient, face them, enunciate & speak more slowly, rephrase instead of repeating, turn down TV/music to help them hear you more easily. We love helping you hear better; hearing loss doesn't have to separate us from loved ones. ~ Happy Easter! ... See MoreSee Less

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Esther Taylortruth - I have a couple friends and family that suffer with hearing loss - worth the extra effort to have a conversation with them

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April 16 is World Voice Day. Voices can make us laugh and cry. They convey not just information but also emotion: a baby's cry, a child's first words, songs that move us, blood curdling screams... World Voice Day celebrates the importance of Voice in our lives.

"Professional Voice" makes us of think of singing. However, preachers, teachers, psychologists, politicians, actors, auctioneers, radio announcers, customer service staff, and many more, use voice everyday in their professions.

World Voice Day brings attention to this delicate instrument and how we should take care of it. Hearing is inextricably linked to Voice; we can't produce what we don't hear and what we hear determines how we modulate our voice. "Monitoring" (how we hear) our voice is a term familiar to vocalists. Improper 'monitoring' onstage can lead to many vocal disorders and hearing loss. While we think Audiology is about hearing, audiologists work with performers to ensure optimal and safe sound so they can hear their voice correctly, sing better, and preserve both voice and hearing.

Four voices we recently enjoyed: John Riesen, tenor, Gillian Lynn Cotter, mezzo,
Emily Michiko Jensen, soprano, Leroy Davis, baritone, here with Dr. Dokianakis. These amazing performers sang without mics to a sold out crowd at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts and are a perfect example of how powerful voices are. Powerful as measured in decibels and also measured by the audience's emotional response and standing ovations!

If you want to learn more about taking care of the Professional voice, check out:
www.amazon.com/The-Owners-Manual-Voice-Professional/dp/0199964688/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=13684156...
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Holland Sentinel publishes our Letter to the Editor Regarding Dangerous Classroom Sound Levels

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To The Editor: I am writing as an audiologist and concerned parent regarding the Saugatuck Public Schools’ May 7 bond proposal. One of the proposed improvements is for the band room. With almost 100 students in band, the current band space is not ...

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Clayton Maou SanfordAs a former SHS student and more importantly band member I remember how crowded the class room was getting back in my senior year (2013). The band program under Mr. Holtz was probably one of my favorite things from high school. I would love to see the facilities upgraded for current and future students to continue to enjoy and learn.

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MED-EL ADHEAR update: "I was able to use the same adhesive pad for over 10 days!" said Dr. Dokianakis who had been using this new technology. "No irritation and I almost forgot that it was there. I was expecting 3-7 days but the pad stayed on securely for 10 days and peeled off without any discomfort or irritation." We are excited to be first to bring to Holland and West Michigan! Contact us if you would like to know whether ADHEAR is right for you.
The revolutionary ADHEAR bone conduction hearing device is a new non-surgical option, primarily for Single Sided Deafness and Conductive hearing loss.
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Jenny KommitDoes this help with sensory neural deafness? I’m 100 percent deaf in my left ear

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Exciting updates on hearing technology, new research, tinnitus reduction methods, hearing in noise, digital ear scans and more! Looking forward to sharing with you. Look at the pictures for descriptions. We will be adding more info tomorrow and Saturday. Stay tuned!

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Cindy PatersonQ Do I remember seeing a Doctor from your Team is the person behind Michigan new born hearing testing?

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