About Us

Our audiologists listen so you can hear better.

SENT Hearing Aid Center has been helping people with their hearing needs since 1986. Our dispensing audiologists can provide comprehensive diagnostic audiological evaluations and can provide counseling and suggestions for hearing rehabilitation.

Excellent service and expertise for all your hearing needs

Whether you are looking for experienced care and guidance for your hearing impaired infant, or a specialist who can understand the needs of a teenager, our audiologists can assist you. If you are a working professional looking for the latest in technology or hearing instrument design, SENT is your place. If you are a mature adult looking for someone you can trust in a comfortable, relaxed setting, our audiologists can provide honest advice regarding choices that may best suit your lifestyle.

Once your hearing is assessed, our audiologists will explain the results of your examination, listen to your needs and utilize more than 20 years of professional experience to provide a qualified recommendation for remediation. Call now and schedule a consultation and see why so many Sacramento area residents have come to rely on SENT Hearing Aid Center for their hearing healthcare needs.

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SENT Hearing Aid Center provides the latest in hearing healthcare to infants, children, teens, adults and seniors within our community. 


To be a leader of the hearing healthcare industry by providing high-quality service and expertise in the selection and fitting process of hearing instruments.


Sensitive to the needs of patients.

Educated audiologists to better serve our patients.

Nurturing and supporting the improvement of hearing.

Trustworthy and honest care.

Our Professionals

Dr. Laura Assante Robinson

Picture of Dr LauraDr. Laura Assante Robinson (known as Dr. Laura by patients) received her Doctor of Audiology degree from Arizona School of Health Sciences at A.T. Still University. She earned a Master of Arts degree in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Northridge in 1987 and completed a Fellowship Year at the House Ear Institute in Los Angeles. She moved to Sacramento in 1988 to join Sacramento Ear, Nose, & Throat as Supervisor of Diagnostics. In 2015, she earned her Master’s in Health Administration from Ohio University, enabling her to combine her clinical skills with business skills.

As Commissioner for the State of California for the Hearing Aid Dispensing Examination, Dr. Laura presented research papers at various conferences and was published in Advance for Audiology. Subsequently, she has been a guest speaker for many university courses, conducted cochlear implant seminars, and has supervised students and audiologists providing clinical training. Additionally, she has worked with school districts to implement Aural Rehabilitation programs.

Dr. Laura has been on various local T.V. and news programs providing hearing advice. She is the Chief Operating Officer of SENT Hearing Aid Center and feels it is truly a privilege to spend her day with such wonderful patients.

Sara Goldfarb, M.S.

Picture of SaraSara completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Science Disorders in 1987 and Master of Science in Audiology at Radford University in Virginia in 1988. She began her Audiology career in Jacksonville, Florida where she worked as part of a private practice audiology clinic and in an ENT practice for 13 years providing diagnostic audiology, hearing aid dispensing, and industrial audiology.

She and her husband moved to Fort Myers, Florida in 2001 where she was a clinical and dispensing audiologist in private practice. In 2006, she joined a new hearing instrument manufacturer and helped launch a new line of high technology hearing aids. In 2009 she was again part of an ENT practice before moving to California to join S.E.N.T. as a dispensing audiologist managing the Roseville office. Sara has greatly enjoyed her many years of dispensing hearing aids in a variety of settings and looks forward to helping her patients hear better.