Typically, the first visit includes: A case history, including a review of your relevant medical history, otoscopy (looking in your ears with our video otoscope), diagnostic hearing exam, tympanometry, and any other necessary testing to diagnose your hearing capabilities. Explain audiogram, determine a treatment plan to fit your specific needs (if necessary).
If you have hearing loss in both ears and you are a hearing aid candidate in both ears, you should wear two hearing aids. You have two ears because you need two ears. If we try to amplify sound in only one ear, you cannot expect to do very well. Even the best hearing aid […]