Hearing Test

Getting a hearing evaluation marks the initial step towards enhancing your quality of life. Additionally, we provide consultations and screenings as part of our services.

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Should you get a Hearing Test?

Hearing loss can occur gradually or suddenly, causing a decline in your ability to hear effectively. It's a prevalent issue among older and elderly individuals, impacting various aspects of daily life. Struggling to hear can make it challenging to comprehend a doctor's guidance, respond to warnings, or even hear doorbells and alarms. It can also hamper the joy of engaging in conversations with loved ones. These challenges can be quite frustrating, embarrassing, and even pose safety risks.

Regular hearing testing is advised to keep track of your auditory health and detect any potential hearing loss. Taking a hearing test marks the first step towards enhancing your overall quality of life, ensuring you don't miss out on the sounds that matter most.

Are there any complaints about the TV being too loud from others?

Is it difficult for you to hear in a noisy environment?

Is it more challenging for you to hear women compared to men?

Do you find yourself requesting others to repeat what they've said?

Do you refrain from going out because you anticipate difficulties in hearing?

Are you experiencing any ringing or buzzing sounds in either of your ears?

Persuading Someone to Consider a Hearing Test

You may be living with or caring deeply for someone who's clearly grappling with hearing difficulties. So, how can you help them recognize the need for a hearing check?

The most effective approach is to avoid becoming a surrogate "human hearing aid" – constantly repeating yourself, tolerating excessively loud volumes, or relaying other people's conversations. These signs indicate that you've inadvertently taken on the role of a hearing aid.

It's worth noting that on average, people wait for 5 to 7 years before addressing their hearing loss. The sooner your loved one takes steps to address their hearing issues, the better it will be for everyone involved, leading to increased happiness and improved communication.

What You Should Expect During Your First Appointment

We aim to make your visit and hearing test with us as smooth and stress-free as can be. Here's a glimpse of what you can anticipate when you decide to visit us. After the testing is finished, we will provide you with a thorough explanation. We firmly believe that your path to improved hearing should be a partnership between you and your hearing healthcare provider. We also believe that this journey should commence by ensuring that you are well-informed about your condition and all available solutions.


We will inquire about your medical history, work, and personal life as they pertain to your ears and your hearing.


This will provide us with insights into the functioning of your eardrum, the middle ear bones, and some of your ear's reflexes.


We will conduct a thorough examination of your ears to identify any physical conditions that might suggest the need for a medical referral.

Getting A Hearing Test is Easy

Complimentary Phone Consultation

We can address most questions over a phone call.

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Please reach out to us by phone or email to arrange an appointment.

Contact the Office!

Feel free to give our office a call to set up an appointment for a complimentary hearing screening.

Follow Up & Care

Our outstanding staff stands out as one of our most valuable assets, and we take immense pride in their longstanding dedication to our practice. We regularly hear from patients about the seamless teamwork we exhibit.

Our commitment extends to remaining at the forefront of hearing healthcare and fostering effective patient communication. Each member of our team is driven by the goal of delivering the finest outcomes for our patients in a relaxed and welcoming environment.