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AZ Hearing Specialists: Hearing aid tech is better than ever

Posted at 12:52 PM, Mar 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-24 15:52:21-04

From ArizonaHearing.com:

48 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. Fortunately, at Arizona hearing specialists we work with you through every step of the process from diagnosis to treatment to ensure you have made the right decision. Selecting the right hearing aid can be overwhelming as there are countless styles, brands and features to choose from. Fortunately, your Arizona hearing specialist will work with you through every step of the process from diagnosis to treatment to ensure you have made the right decision.

Selecting a Hearing AidThe hearing aid selection process:

  1. Visit the audiologist. At your first visit, you and your audiologist will review your medical and hearing history. The audiologist will examine your ears and perform a comprehensive hearing evaluation to determine the type and extent of your hearing loss. Based on your specific hearing needs, your audiologist will be able to make a recommendation on what treatment plan is right for you.
  2. If hearing aids are included in your treatment plan, we would then select the style. There are several styles of hearing aids. We will help select the one best suited for your needs.
  3. Choose the features. Technology is continuing to evolve – hearing aids included. These devices can now be equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, noise reduction and additional microphones. Your audiologist will explain each available feature and help you decide which ones are best suited for your lifestyle.
  4. Professional Services. In order to ensure your hearing aids are meeting your listening needs, specialized testing and follow-up visits are necessary.

Our doctors of audiology can help guide you through the process to achieve success.
Contact Arizona Hearing Specialists at (520) 399-7652 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Call by Friday, March 27, to schedule an appointment for a no obligation hearing aid trial.