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I have hearing loss, now what?

I Think I Have Hearing Loss—Now What?

June 29, 2017

I Think I Have Hearing Loss—Now What? For most people, hearing loss occurs slowly over a long period of time. The slow onset of hearing loss means that many people don’t even notice they have hearing loss until the people around them point it out. For others, hearing loss comes on suddenly—even overnight. If you
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What’s the difference between a hearing screening and a hearing evaluation?

January 5, 2017

What’s the difference between a hearing screening and a hearing evaluation? Answer: A hearing screening is a simple “pass” or “fail” test. Its purpose is to determine if you have normal hearing or not. It usually consists of a series of beeps or tones at the limit of normal range to see if you are
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What to Expect at Your Hearing Exam

August 20, 2015

What to Expect From Your Hearing Evaluation A hearing evaluation is about more than listening to beeps through a pair of headphones. A full hearing evaluation performed by an audiologist or hearing instrument specialist is a thorough examination that results in valuable, in-depth information about your hearing. “When it comes to your hearing, one size
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Online Hearing Test

May 30, 2014

Online Hearing Test Watch the video above and note how well you can hear and understand what’s being said. Throughout the month of May—which has been Better Hearing and Speech Month—we’ve been educating our followers about hearing issues, like noise induced hearing loss, the connection between diabetes and hearing loss, and ototoxic hearing loss. The above
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Audiologist examining a patient

What to Expect at Your First Appointment

January 8, 2014

What to Expect at Your First Appointment Case History Your provider will ask about your hearing history, noise exposure during your lifetime, any surgeries or previous hearing aid use. Otoscopy A quick look into your ears to check for wax build up, blockage, or infection. Air Conduction While wearing earphones, you’ll listen to various tones
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Keys to a Successful Hearing Aid Fitting

August 30, 2013

Keys to a Successful Hearing Aid Fitting The role of the consumer, the audiologist, and the manufacturer To have a successful fitting of hearing aids it takes the consumer, audiologist and manufacturer working together for a common goal, “To bring back the sounds of life with hearing aids.” As the consumer it’s best to do
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Audiologist talking with a patient about hearing aids

What to Know When Buying a Hearing Aid

June 30, 2013

What to Know When Buying a Hearing Aid More than 35 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. More than 35 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. If you’re one of them, you may be shopping for an assistive device. Before you buy any product to enhance your hearing, it’s
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An audiologist at her desk

What Is an Audiologist, and What Can They Do?

March 30, 2013

What Is an Audiologist, and What Can They Do? Getting to know your hearing care provider Many people have the same question, “what is an audiologist and what can they do?” Audiologists are primary health care professionals who earn a Doctor of Audiology (AuD). Audiologists must be licensed in most states and work in a
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The TruHearing Experience

March 21, 2013

The TruHearing Experience What to expect from your first appointment Hearing loss is gradual and hard to recognize. You may be having difficulty hearing soft voices, struggling in noisy environments, or missing key words in a sentence. Hearing loss can prevent you from enjoying family gatherings, dinner at a restaurant, or can cause you to
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