Hearing Aid Evaluation

There are several steps that are part of a hearing aid evaluation. 

This includes a hearing test to determine if hearing loss is present and what sounds you may be missing. Next, our audiology will review your general health history and determine how much your hearing problem impacts your day-to-day life, as well as the lives of your family.

The results will allow us to make the best treatment recommendations. If your hearing test reveals a permanent hearing loss, hearing aids may be recommended. 


Beyond just seeing them in our office, we offer a try-before-you-buy option that allows qualified individuals to wear hearing aids for a few weeks before purchase to ensure they’re the right devices. 

The final decision on which hearing aids are purchased is your choice. Once you decide, your devices will be ordered from a manufacturer and then programmed by us to meet your specific hearing needs. 

After you receive your hearing aids, mark your calendar for a series of follow-up appointments with our audiologist. There is an adjustment period when wearing hearing aids, so we may make changes to your settings at these visits to ensure you’re getting the best listening experience possible.