Are You Beginning to Experience Hearing Problems?

Hearing loss can happen suddenly, in one ear or both. But in most cases, it’s just the opposite. Hearing loss is so gradual that many people don’t notice it until it’s reached the point where it’s tough to ignore. In fact, statistics show the average person waits seven years before seeking help with hearing loss, but treatment can be more effective early in the process. To learn more, read our blog, 10 Signs of Hearing Loss You Shouldn’t Ignore.

Answer the questions below to find out whether you should see a doctoral-level audiologist for a diagnostic hearing evaluation.

  • (Read our blog, Troubled by Tinnitus.)
  • If you answered “yes” to one or more of the questions above, it may be time to have your hearing evaluated by a doctoral-level audiologist. Complete the form below and we will contact you to schedule an appointment.

What’s involved in a diagnostic hearing evaluation? Read our blog, What’s the Difference Between a Free Hearing Test and a Diagnostic Hearing Evaluation?