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Do I need to wear my hearing aids all the time?
Wearing your hearing aids, as prescribed by your Audiologist or Hearing Instrument Specialist ensures you’ll experience a successful adaptation process.
Do I need a doctor’s referral to schedule a hearing test?
Will my hearing aids eliminate background noise?
Will hearing aids restore my hearing to normal?
Can hearing aids help all types of hearing loss?
Are you ever too old to benefit from hearing aids?
What are some common signs of hearing loss?

Common signs of hearing loss include…

  • Struggling to understand what’s being said in groups or whenever there’s background noise
  • Missing parts of conversations
  • Frequently asking people to repeat themselves
  • Feeling as though everyone is mumbling
  • Your spouse or family members complain about how loud you listen to the radio or the television
  • You feel anxious, irritated or exhausted from straining to hear
What is an audiogram?

An audiogram is a graphic representation of your hearing test results. During your hearing test, you’ll be presented with sounds at different frequencies and intensities. Your clinician will plot the softest sound you can hear at each frequency on the graph. This will be used to determine whether you have a hearing loss, the degree of your hearing loss, and if necessary, your hearing aid options.

Are hearing tests painful?
What is involved in a hearing test?
Can your clinic help me with tinnitus?

Yes, at Hearing Solutions our clinicians can conduct a complete audiology assessment to determine the presence of tinnitus and advise you of your  tinnitus treatment  management options.

What is tinnitus?
Why was I advised to bring a friend or family member to my appointment?
Hearing Solutions recommends, if possible, that you bring a friend or family member with you to your hearing evaluation appointment for additional support, as test results will be discussed, along with the effects of hearing loss, communication tips, and any hearing aid recommendations. If you’re diagnosed with hearing loss, your Audiologist or Hearing Instrument Specialist will also conduct a demonstration of what hearing aids sound like. Having a familiar voice present allows you to make a more accurate assessment of the benefit of amplification devices. Your spouse, family member or friend may talk to you in both quiet and in simulated noise to see how well you can hear them while wearing hearing instruments.
What is a Hearing Instrument Specialist?
What is Aural Rehabilitation?
What is an audiologist?

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