Why Choose Infinity Hearing?

At Infinity Hearing, Dr. Lewandowski is committed to helping others with their hearing issues. Whether it’s tinnitus, hyperacusis, hearing loss, or any other hearing health issue, Dr. Lewandowski takes a patient-centric approach to providing the best possible care for his patients, ensuring that all their needs are considered and met.

It is equally important to Dr. Lewandowski that patients are happy with the care they receive. He genuinely wants to see that he has helped his patients move towards a better quality of life, because he has successfully addressed their hearing issues.

Dr. Matthew Lewandowski, Au.D., CCC-A

Dr. Lewandowski graduated with a doctorate in Audiology from Central Michigan University, and has been practicing Audiology since 2009. He is also a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Since Dr. Lewandowski’s father, older brother and younger sister were all born with hearing losses, he has made it his life’s passion to provide affordable hearing care for the community. Consequently, he takes a patient-centric approach to running his audiology practice, ensuring that all patient needs are considered and met.

Dr. Lewandowski lives in Berwick with his wife, Samantha (who is also an Audiologist), and son, Nolan.

Dr. Samantha Lewandowski, Au.D.

Dr. Samantha Lewandowski graduated from Central Michigan University in 2014 and had been practicing audiology since 2010. She received specialized training at the Boston VA and Saginaw VA for diagnostic evaluations. Her specialties include diagnostic hearing disorders and treatment in adults and children as well as tinnitus management.

Dr. Lewandowski lives in Berwick Maine with her husband Dr. Matthew Lewandowski who also is a practicing audiologist in Kittery Maine. Together, they have a son, Nolan. They enjoy spending family time together skiing, playing outdoors and socializing with friends.

Dr. Mindy Hittle, Au.D., F-AAA

Dr. Hittle graduated from Ball State University with a doctorate in Audiology in 2006 and has been a part of Marti Andrews Audiology since 2011. She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and a past president of the Maine Academy of Audiology.

In her over 15 years of practicing audiology, the setting she most enjoys is private practice, which allows her to get to know her patients and their needs. These relationships make it possible for her to match those patients with technology that is most appropriate for them and their lifestyles.

Dr. Hittle lives in Saco with her husband Brad and her two children.