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1 in 9 Americans experience hearing loss. Our Patient Care Advocates can help you navigate insurance coverage and schedule a screening appointment.

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What to expect during a hearing evaluation

Worried about your first appointment? It's normal to feel anxious, especially when something is new, but a hearing evaluation is an easy and painless process. Think of it as an opportunity for you to meet with an experienced provider to understand your hearing health and get the support you need. 

If you still feel nervous or have questions, we encourage you to watch the video below by our in-house audiologist, Dr. Carrie Meyer, who has 30+ years of experience. You'll find tips and guidance on what to expect during your first appointment. 

For even more information on how to prepare, check out this helpful guide.

5 warning signs it's time for a hearing evaluation

Unsure if you need a hearing evaluation? Like medical checkups, dental cleanings, and vision screenings, your hearing health is essential to your whole body wellness. Therefore, a hearing evaluation should be part of your preventive care routine.

They help uncover hearing problems early on and allow your provider to prescribe the appropriate treatment to prevent further hearing loss or permanent damage to your ears.

Still on the fence? Let's look at 5 possible scenarios that could spell trouble for your ears if left untreated:

  1. Do you find it difficult to hear others in places with a lot of background noise, such as restaurants or busy streets? 
  2. Do you often ask others to repeat what they just said? Or are you too embarrassed to ask this question?
  3. Do others complain that you watch the TV too loud or listen to music, podcasts, or other types of audio at a high volume that others find disrupting?
  4. Do you stay quiet during family gatherings because you can only hear part of the conversation?
  5. Do you experience a persistent ringing, buzzing or whistling in your ears?

These are just a few warning signs that it's time to request an appointment with a hearing care provider near you.

We're here to help.

The good news is, new advances in technology mean almost all hearing loss is treatable – often with discrete hearing aids that may cost less than you'd think. For more than 25 years, Amplifon Hearing Health Care has been helping to make better hearing affordable. Your hearing exam may be free or covered in part by your insurance plan. 

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