It is common for people to just accept certain changes that take place in their body as they get older. While it is true that the aging process definitely changes a person’s body, this does not mean that the changes a person goes through are normal or that a person just has to live with them. For example, it is common for individuals to experience hearing loss as they get older. But there are many options available to help these individuals to improve their hearing and allow them to have the highest quality of life. We invite you to learn about our hearing aids services.
Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
When you visit us for the first time, our goal is to get to know you. We want to use the diagnostic tools that we have available to truly understand the kind of hearing loss that you are experiencing. You will be able to go through an audiological evaluation that will allow our doctors to come up with a plan that will meet your specific needs. Our goal is to use our hearing aids services to help improve your communication skills.
Determining Your Candidacy for a Hearing Aid
It is true that individuals who have normal hearing will sometimes misunderstand what other people say. When a person has a hearing problem, they misunderstand others on a more regular basis. A person’s spouse, children, or close friends are likely to notice that the person is not hearing as well as they used to.
If it is determined that a hearing aid is the right option for you, there are several things that we are going to look at when it comes to determining the right one for you. We will look at your age, your hearing loss, and your ear symmetry to determine if you will be able to get by with wearing just one hearing aid or if you will need one in each ear.
There are different styles of hearing aids that are available. Some go behind the ear and others go in the ear canal. After visiting with you, we can help you to determine the best option. Some of the things that we will look at when making this determination include the degree of your hearing loss, the practicality of a specific hearing aid, and cosmetic factors.
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