On your first visit, the audiologist will take your case history. This includes talking about your medical history and the hearing problems you have.
Next, the audiologist will look into your ears using a light, called an otoscope. This is to check if there is anything in your ear that will make it hard to test your hearing.
The audiologist will then do different tests to find out the following information:
Your audiologist will go over all of your test results with you. This will tell you about how well you hear and what problems you have. Your audiologist may recommend that you do any of the following things:
As you can see, a hearing evaluation is much more than "just a hearing test!"
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