If you believe you may be experiencing hearing loss and other hearing problems, please do not hesitate to contact us! A diagnostic hearing evaluation can help us answer the question as to why you are having hearing issues.
What is a Hearing Evaluation?
Each patient visits us with their own unique concerns and priorities, so we like to begin your appointment with a complete hearing evaluation. It’s the first step in diagnosing your individual hearing needs, as it enables us to determine both where you are hearing well and where we may need to focus on creating a solution that’s right for you. There are a variety of tests used during the evaluation, and they will help us to determine the extent, type, and details of your unique hearing loss.
After your Evaluation
After your evaluation is complete, our doctor will review your results and explain what options might work best for you. Our goal is to educate you on your particular type of hearing loss and provide you with multiple options to choose from. We will never force you down a certain path; instead we respect each patient’s decisions and aim to offer you with information so that you can make an educated decision. Clear Choice Hearing Clinic makes it a priority for you to be successful with your new hearing devices.
Why do I need a hearing evaluation?
A complete hearing evaluation identifies various types of hearing impairment and gives us important information needed to provide you with solutions that work for you. Hearing loss can affect everyone in different ways, and an evaluation helps us to determine what your individualized needs might be.
If it is determined after your evaluation that you could benefit from hearing aids, we will discuss the various options available and match your needs with the best device available. We offer the most advanced technology available today and will help guide you to selecting the perfect solution.
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Can I Bring Someone with Me?
Yes! In fact, we encourage you to bring a family member or loved one to your evaluation. Since hearing loss affects more than just you, it’s a good idea to bring someone you trust to help digest the information and recommendations.