Dr. Perry is not just a hearing aid salesman, but a Doctor of Audiology. He personally cares about the hearing of his patients. I feel very comfortable in his care.
I have been wearing hearing aids for over 20 years. I had been going to an office about 20 miles from my home but still had frequent feedback in both ears. I would visit the office and he would put the aids in a little box on his desk, make some adjustments and give them back and ask, "How is that?". In that small, quiet office they seemed fine, but soon after I left they would continue to have feedback. If they stopped working he would look at them and say "I will have to send them in for repair". I would get them back in a week or two.
When Dr. Perry opened Harmony Hearing & Audiology within two miles of my home it was like stepping into a new world. First we tried the new aids that are nearly invisible. I didn't like them, so he took them back. He checked my old aids that I had been wearing for years and found one was not salvageable, which we replaced. The other was fine and he kept it operating by cleaning or adjusting it in his office for a couple of years. He never tried to talk me into buying the second aid. I now live with no feedback in either ear. Without my hearing aids I would not be able to function properly.