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A Hearing Test Is Simple
Have you ever wondered how a hearing test works? It’s simple and easy, and we want to show you exactly what the process involves.
Your hearing professional will place you in a testing booth for the hearing evaluation. They will either use an insert that goes inside your ears or put a headset on you.
Your hearing professional will then conduct a series of tests, including pure-tone air and bone conduction, a speech test, and maximum thresholds. The completed tests are invaluable to properly helping you understand your hearing loss and discover a solution.
Hearing Test Appointment
Taking the first step to addressing your hearing loss is an important decision. So, what can you expect after you book a hearing test?
In this video, you will see why it is important to visit a hearing professional you trust. There is a lot of information you will learn about your hearing, the results of your hearing test, and a solution to help you get on the road to better hearing.
Write down any questions you might have, and we look forward to seeing you.
Understanding Your Audiogram
An audiogram has five levels that represent normal hearing, along with mild, moderate, severe, and profound hearing loss. When you come in for an audiogram, your hearing professional will also test your most comfortable listening level and word recognition.
It’s essential to book a hearing test, even if you don’t have hearing loss (or don’t think you do), to get a baseline audiogram. From there, you can stay on top of your hearing, just like going to the doctor for a wellness check every year.
Contact Hearing Group and book a hearing test today. It’s time to take control of your hearing.
Brain Cognition-What You Need To Know
A lot of people with hearing loss say, “It sounds like people are mumbling.” If you can hear people but not understand the words they’re saying, or if you have to turn the TV volume up to understand, that could indicate a word recognition problem.
The longer someone goes without hearing, the more their ability to understand diminishes. The loss of understanding probably can’t be improved, but it is possible to prevent it from getting worse.
Take our free online hearing test to find out more about your hearing.
Annual Hearing Exam
Have you ever asked, “How often should I get my hearing checked?” In this video, our experts answer your questions. Two of our hearing professionals will explain the importance of an annual hearing test.
Unfortunately, hearing loss does worsen over time and can change from year to year.
So, just as you would get a new prescription for your glasses every year, we need to program any further hearing loss into your hearing aids annually.
A few other factors that can worsen your hearing loss are frequent exposure to loud noises, illness, injury, or even medications, so it’s important to test it annually.
Book your annual hearing exam with Hearing Group today.