I was so thrilled when I realized how clear and crisp everything sounds.
Hearing Tests – No Studying Required!
Are you afraid you’re not going to pass a hearing test? Don’t be. A hearing test is just like an eye test or a blood test. You can’t pass or fail.
The test is an assessment your Audiologist makes of your physical condition, nothing more.
Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
When you arrive for your hearing exam, you will be greeted by the front office staff and asked to fill out several forms, including those that record your personal information, medical history, and insurance verification.
As your hearing exam begins, your Audiologist will review your personal information with you and will ask you some questions that are designed to discover the specific types of environments in which you may be experiencing hearing loss and hearing problems.
Next, your Audiologist may look into your ears by using an otoscope. This instrument is used to see the ear canal and the eardrum and whether or not there is earwax obstructing the canal.
Sometimes the Audiologist will have a video otoscope, so you can see inside your ear as well!
Hearing Test Results
The results of your tests will be recorded on a form called an audiogram, which the Audiologist will review with you. The audiogram reflects your hearing loss in frequencies and decibels. You will be shown the type, pattern, and degree of hearing loss, as well as the percentage of normal conversational speech that you are still able to hear.
Your Audiologist will then relate these results to your concerns about your hearing.
Hearing Loss Treatment Solutions
The next step is to consider treatment solutions. You can count on our team to take the time necessary to understand your concerns so that they can provide you with everything you need to make an informed personal decision.
You can’t solve what you don’t understand. Schedule a hearing test with our trained Audiologist and discover how much sound you’ve been missing…and how much more you could be hearing.