Whether you are having trouble communicating due to hearing loss, struggling with the constant burden of ringing in your ears, or seeking dependable, expert advice about today’s best hearing aids, we offer a level of experience and quality care that you won’t find anywhere else.
We will ask you and your companion questions about your hearing health, areas of communication difficulty that you may be experiencing, and the type of activities and lifestyle that you enjoy.
What to Expect
During the hearing test, you will be asked to recognize everyday words at different volume levels, and to identify tones of different sound frequencies reproduced with headphones. Your ability to hear each tone, or frequency, reveals the unique hearing pattern of your hearing abilities, which we record on an audiogram.
The test is performed in a special attenuated sound booth using earphones and other types of noninvasive diagnostic instruments. The audiologist uses this data, along with a basic physical examination, to determine the type and severity of your hearing loss. These tests will determine whether your hearing loss is best treated medically or with hearing aids.