Full Audiological Evaluation and Report
This includes an extensive case history, Otoscopic Examination, Tympanometry, Puretone Air and Bone Conduction, Speech Audiometry and a comprehensive report of the findings.
Care and Maintenance of your Hearing Instruments
Although designed for durability and day to day usage, hearing instruments do require regular maintenance and on going care. We work with all major manufacturers; therefore, we can offer the best technology suited to the individual needs of our patients. We are able to offer fittings of new digital hearing aids, reprogramming, aural rehabilitation as well as general product care and preventative maintenance. This includes minor and major repairs as well as cleanings.
Too much wax in the ear canals can cause the hearing aids to feedback or breakdown. It is important that you get your ear canals checked and cleaned on a regular basis in order to avoid future problems. Should there be a wax build up we recommend that you have your family physician remove the cerumen.