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Visiting an audiologist
If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important to get advice from a professional you can trust. Our audiologists and audiometrists will offer you advice, assess your hearing, recommend a hearing aid, and adjust it to your personal requirements. Find for valuable information on hearing issues, what you can expect on a first visit, what kind of help is available, and how the professionals are trained.
Hearing experts
Do you think you might be suffering from hearing loss? Then act now! The first step towards a better quality of life is to visit your hearing care professional. A hearing test will show if you are actually suffering from hearing loss. If you are, your hearing care professional will explain the available options. Our online hearing screening will give you an initial indication of your hearing ability.
Which Hearing Aid Should I Choose?
Just as every individual is different, no two types of hearing loss are the same. This is why there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to hearing aids. Fortunately, with the assistance of an audiologist or audiometrist, you will be able to find a hearing aid that perfectly fits your needs and your particular type of hearing loss. Below, we explain the journey toward purchasing a hearing aid, and what you should bear in mind.
Hearing aids: What to expect
Buying a hearing aid is an important decision. After all, it can significantly improve your quality of life. Give yourself plenty of time and seek expert advice on the differences between the various models. Where does your journey out of hearing difficulties begin? What should you bear in mind when seeking advice? The most important tips and information can be found below.
Why professional advice?
Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how important our hearing health is. But just as you might see at optometrist about your vision, or a dentist for your teeth, it’s also important to seek guidance from a hearing health professional on your hearing.
Choosing the right hearing aid
Just as every individual is different, no two types of hearing loss are the same. This is why there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to hearing aids. Fortunately, with the assistance of a clinician, you will be able to find a hearing aid that perfectly fits your needs and your particular type of hearing loss. Below, we explain the journey toward purchasing a hearing aid, and what you should bear in mind.
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