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This entry was posted on 6th March 2013 by Gary.
Many people are not sure about the right time to visit the doctor in order to check their hearing. The truth is that if someone is wondering if they are suffering from hearing loss in all probability they are likely to have some form of hearing loss. If a person has even the slightest suspicion of a hearing problem the best thing to do is seek professional help and advice. At the moment there are plenty of useful hearing tests available online that provide a reasonable indication about the sufferer’s condition, but in order to get accurate treatment and a solution to the problem it is advisable to visit a hearing specialist.
The hearing specialist will determine the level and type of hearing loss by performing different tests, establish the cause and assess if medical or surgical treatment could be effective. In cases where the solution for the sufferer is to wear a hearing aid, the hearing specialist will help provide advice on choosing a device that will best suit individual conditions and requirements. When choosing a hearing aid, one should consider all factors that help determine the right type and model for each individual – type of hearing impairment, age, specific form and shape of the ear canal, lifestyle, etc. The hearing specialist will also be able to take an impression of the ear if required. They may also assist the user to properly fit, adjust and customize the functions of the hearing aid for the first time and give instructions on how to use it. Further advice on how to adequately maintain, clean and store the hearing aid, so that it functions smoothly for a long period of time will often be provided at this time.
Hearing specialists also play a role in successfully guiding patients during the transition period necessary to get used to the hearing aid and learn to benefit from its functions and features in an easy, simplistic way. The hearing specialist will also determine the frequency of monitoring examinations that should be performed on a regular basis to ensure the condition is managed in the optimal way.
If you are wondering where to find a hearing specialist, the first thing that you can do is address the problem with your family doctor and ask for their assistance and referral to find a trustworthy and reliable professional.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information on 6th March 2013 by Gary.
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