Hearing Evaluations

A hearing test is easy, and it’s the first step towards better hearing.

Find out what you can expect during a hearing evaluation at Clear Hearing and Audiology.

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Do you have hearing loss?

Hearing loss is often a very gradual process, and it’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment hearing loss starts to impact your quality of life. The best way to monitor your hearing health is through regular hearing evaluations at Clear Hearing and Audiology.
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A hearing test will uncover a hearing loss, determine the severity of the hearing loss and show exactly which frequencies and speech sounds you can’t hear. A hearing test can also tell you what kind of hearing loss you have, whether sensorineural, conductive, or mixed hearing loss. Once your hearing has been evaluated you can make an informed decision about your treatment options, and make smart choices for your hearing health.

Recognizing the Symptoms of Hearing Loss

You should schedule a regular hearing exam every 1 to 3 years, or as soon as you recognize any of the symptoms of hearing loss. Ask yourself the following questions about your hearing abilities, and be completely honest with yourself.

Do conversations lack clarity?

Is it difficult to hear in background noise?

Is it difficult to focus on important speech sounds?

Is it hard to hear the speaker at a meeting, service, or event?

Do you ask people to repeat themselves several times during a conversation?

Does it seem like everyone is mumbling or speaking too softly?

Is it challenging to have a conversation on the phone?

Have you been turning up the volume on the TV a little more each week?

Have you noticed a ringing or buzzing in your ears?

If you answered yes to 2 or more of these questions, you may have a hearing loss. Don’t ignore the symptoms of hearing loss, and schedule a hearing evaluation right away.
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The Steps

A Hearing Health History

Step 1

A Hearing Health History

An Otoscopic Exam

Step 2

An Otoscopic Exam

Hearing Test

Step 3

The Hearing Test

Hearing Test your Results

Step 4

Seeing your Results

After the Hearing Exam

Once we have reviewed your test results, your audiologist will talk about treatment options!

If your hearing loss needs medical intervention such as medication or surgery, we will refer you to a local Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) physician. If your hearing loss would be best managed with hearing aids, we work with the world’s top hearing aid manufacturers, and have treatment options available for all kinds of hearing loss. Based on your lifestyle and hearing needs, we’ll find hearing devices that will fit seamlessly into your life, and help you hear the sounds you’ve been missing.
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