What to Expect at a Hearing Test


A Hearing Test

is the first step on the journey to diagnose hearing loss and decide on the best course of personalized treatment. The test is typically conducted by a hearing healthcare professional. A hearing test is usually conducted with great care and expertise so there is no need to be nervous or worried. By scheduling a hearing test, you or a loved one can gain valuable insights into the depth of hearing loss which will enable you to make the most informed decisions possible.

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Hearing Tests


Pure Tone Audiometry

This test uses headphones to deliver a series of pure tones at different frequencies and volumes. You will be asked to indicate when you can hear each tone.


Speech Audiometry

This test uses recorded speech to assess your ability to understand speech in a variety of settings. You will be asked to repeat words or phrases that you hear.



This test measures the movement of the eardrum and the middle ear bones. It can help to diagnose problems with the eardrum or middle ear.

Once the hearing test has been completed, the results will be used to create an audiogram, which is essentially a graph that shows your hearing thresholds at different frequencies. The audiogram will help us to determine the type and severity of your hearing loss and develop a plan of treatment tailored to your specific needs.

Treatment Options


If you are concerned about your hearing, it is important to schedule a hearing test with a hearing healthcare professional. Early diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss can help to improve your quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Is it painful? How long will it take to complete?

A: The test is usually painless and takes about an hour.

Q: What are they going to ask me to do?

A: You may be asked to wear headphones or sit in a soundproof room. You may also be asked to repeat words or phrases that you hear.

Q: How will I find out what my test results say?

A: We will explain the results of your test to you.

Q: What do I need to do following the test?

A: We will help you come up with the best plan of action based on your needs.

Q: How is your selection of hearing aids?

A: We offer several brands of hearing aids so there are many options for you to choose from should you need to.

We are always here to support you in your journey to better hearing. If you have any questions about hearing tests or to schedule an appointment today, please do not hesitate to reach out. Hearing tests are the first step on the road to better hearing.