Hearing Tests

Through our dedicated services, we will help those you love regain joy in life by improving the way they hear the world around them. Because our work is focused on the welfare of others, we have staffed our team with knowledgeable and skilled professionals from around the country. Along with an unbeatable team, our facilities are equipped with state of the art technology that will help improve our clients hearing. No one should live without hearing.

When it comes to determining a treatment, we believe that there is no, “one size fits all.” Living in a world with many sources of sounds and stimuli means that everyone has preferences and needs when it comes to their lifestyle. Let us help you personalize your solution to a happier life.

What happens during a hearing test?

When you arrive for your hearing exam, you will be greeted by our front office staff and asked to fill out several forms, including those that record your personal information, medical history and insurance verification.

When your hearing exam begins, your hearing aid specialist will review key personal information with you and will ask you a few questions to discover the specific types of environments in which you may be experiencing hearing loss and hearing problems.

A hearing test helps us determine:

  • Whether or not a hearing loss exists.
  • The possible cause of hearing loss.
  • The degree and type of hearing loss and whether the loss exists in one or both ears
  • The best treatment options.

Types of Hearing Tests

Audiometric Test

Using a series of low and high frequency tones we will determine your ability to understand verbiage during a conversation or within a short distance. During the test, will also give you several words to repeat. These test results will help us determine the extent of your hearing loss and if hearing aids will help you.

Tympanometry Test

Tympanometry is an examination used to test the condition of the middle ear and mobility of the eardrum and the conduction bones. This is done by creating variations of air pressure in the ear canal.

Your Hearing Test Results

Once all of the preliminary test have been completed, the results will be recorded on a form called an audiogram, which your hearing specialist will review it with you. The audiogram reflects your hearing loss in frequencies and decibels. This form will explain to what extent you have lost your hearing and what percent of conversation you are still able to understand.

We will then compare these results to your concerns about your hearing. Once we have come to a conclusion concerning the severity of your hearing loss, we can then begin to consider different treatment options. You can rest easy knowing that our team takes your feelings into consideration and will exhaust all possible resources to provide you the comfort that we all desire.

Don’t wait around wondering what you’re missing. Schedule a hearing test with our trained hearing aid expert and discover how much sound you’ve been missing… and discover a whole new vibrant world of hearing.