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When to See a Hearing Specialist
Your hearing is important. You rely on your hearing to communicate with your family, friends, and coworkers. Without the ability to hear clearly, you can miss out on important moments. It’s important to take care of your hearing health by wearing aids if you have a hearing loss or receiving a test to determine if you could be helped by a hearing aid.
You most likely visit the dentist every year to have your teeth cleaned and checked, and you probably visit your primary care physician for annual check-ups. But do you do the same for your hearing?
Signs You May Need a Hearing Aid
If it has been some time since you’ve had your hearing checked, or you have been experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, then you should come in for an appointment. Discover some common signs of hearing loss.
- Sounds seem muffled
- You have a difficult time hearing when there is background noise present
- You can hear but you can’t understand
- You hear a ringing in your ears
- You turn the volume up louder than the people around you
- You often ask people to repeat themselves
- You miss what people are saying if you aren’t facing them
If you have experienced any of these signs of hearing loss then you should come in for a test to determine if you could be helped by a hearing aid. Hearing aids can help you hear better by providing you with the proper amplification and clarity to hear sounds again.
Be Proactive About Your Hearing
If you wear hearing aids and it has been some time since you last came into our office or if you suspect you may have hearing loss and could be helped by a hearing aid, contact us today. We can help you identify any hearing losses, choose a hearing aid that will suit you, and answer any of your hearing aid related questions.
Start taking care of your hearing by contacting us for an appointment for a test to determine if you could be helped by a hearing aid!