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Are you curious about what happens during a hearing test? Whether you’re a first-timer or you are accompanying a friend to a hearing test , it can be helpful to know what to expect. Hearing tests are straightforward and usually last anywhere from one to two hours. But most importantly, hearing tests are painless, non-invasive and easier than most people

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Are you concerned about the possibility of hearing loss? Whether you suspect hearing loss in a loved one or you think you may have hearing loss, you may be wondering how hearing loss is assessed. Audiologists assess hearing loss with hearing screenings and hearing evaluations . Both are painless procedures. Here is what they do. Hearing screenings Hearing screenings can

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Perhaps it’s become more difficult to hear the TV or to hear a conversation in a noisy restaurant. You want to learn more but are a bit anxious about discussing possible hearing loss. Your primary health care provider doesn’t provide hearing tests, so what is the best option for you? If you’re in your mid-50s or older or haven’t had

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Hearing aids improve the hearing and speech comprehension for people with hearing loss. The hearing loss can be the result of disease, aging, medications or injury. Regardless, almost all forms of hearing loss benefit from the use of hearing aids and other assistive technology. If you have hearing loss, hearing aids will magnify the sound vibrations that come to your

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It’s recommended that you visit your primary care physician once a year for a physical and general check up. Dentists recommend that you get your teeth cleaned a couple of times a year and a full routine exam at least once a year. If you wear glasses, you get your vision tested at least every two years to see if

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If you’ve had your hearing screened and the results suggest hearing loss, the next step is a full hearing evaluation with an audiologist. If you’ve never been through the process before and don’t know what to expect, here is a brief explanation of the procedures your audiologist will most likely use to accurately diagnose your hearing loss. The purpose of

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Whatever the disorder, there’s a specialty doctor ready and able to help. For those suffering from hearing loss, the type of professional who can help is called an audiologist . An audiologist is a hearing healthcare provider who can diagnose and treat hearing issues and other balance disorders. Audiologists have undergone extensive training and schooling, receiving a graduate-level degree.  What

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Earmolds go hand-in-hand with behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids. They connect the ear canal to the hearing aid and are responsible for sending the sound to your ear. Earmolds don’t have to be big; while they come in full shell, or large size, earmolds can also be canal size or half-shell size. In fact, there are more than 10 different, common

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The days are just a bit shorter, the weather is just a bit cooler and thoughts of Halloween and Thanksgiving are on your mind. It’s fall. There are so many things to do and thinking about your ear health is probably pretty low on the list! However, some fall activities can affect your ear health and hearing. Here are some

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If you have had a hearing screening that indicates you might have hearing loss you will be referred to an audiologist for a complete hearing test. Here’s what to expect during a visit to the audiologist for a hearing test. Physical examination The audiologist will look at your ears to get an idea of how they are functioning. They will

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