The results of your hearing test at Evear Hearing Clinic are typically available immediately after the evaluation. Our audiologists will take the time to discuss the results with you, explain the implications, and provide appropriate recommendations for follow-up care or treatment.
Yes, Evear Hearing Clinic offers comprehensive hearing tests for both adults and children. Our experienced audiologists are trained in pediatric audiology and can provide specialized evaluations and recommendations for children of all ages.
Yes, it is recommended to make an appointment for a free hearing test at Evear Hearing Clinic. By scheduling an appointment, we can ensure that a dedicated audiologist is available to provide personalized attention and conduct the necessary evaluations to accurately assess your hearing health.
During a hearing test at Evear Hearing Clinic, our experienced audiologists will conduct a series of evaluations to assess your hearing abilities. This may include a discussion about your medical history, a physical examination of your ears, a pure-tone audiometry test, speech comprehension tests, and other specialized assessments to determine the nature and extent of your hearing loss.
A typical hearing test at Evear Hearing Clinic usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on your specific needs and the complexity of the evaluation. Our audiologists will ensure that sufficient time is allocated to perform a thorough assessment and address any questions or concerns you may have.
Yes, the hearing test at Evear Hearing Clinic is free of charge for senior citizens above age 50. We believe in the importance of accessible hearing healthcare, and we offer complimentary hearing tests to help you assess your hearing health without any financial obligation.
There is no specific age to benefit from hearing aids. If you are in need of maintaining a healthy hearing connection, then you are never to young or old for hearing aids.
No you do not need a Doctors referral to schedule an appointment for a hearing test. Visit one of our clinic locations or contact us by phone or book an appointment online with us.
An audiogram is a graphic chart that shows the results of a hearing test. It is used to determine if you have a hearing loss and the degree of your hearing loss. This will help the audiologist determine what your hearing aid options are.
Hearing tests are not a painful procedure. You will not feel any discomfort or pain. This procedure is preformed by an experienced Audiologist or a Hearing Instrument Specialist.
Hearing aids will only aid your hearing. They can not restore your hearing to normal.