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Hearing loss happens slowly over time, and you may not start noticing it right away, hearing loss is often noticed by friends and family first. Signs you might need a hearing test include: difficulty understanding conversations, frequently asking for repetition, struggling in noisy environments, experiencing ringing in the ears, or increasing the volume of TV.

Our experienced audiologists start with questions about your hearing health, then conduct various tests to evaluate your hearing ability. Following the assessment, they discuss results and recommend suitable solutions, which may include hearing aids.

Visit frequency varies, initially you might need multiple visits for fittings and adjustments. We also recommend annual check-ups to ensure optimal hearing aid performance and monitor any changes in your hearing.

Modern hearing aids are designed to be user-friendly, though there may be an adjustment period. Your audiologist will guide you on usage and maintenance for effective hearing aid use.

Hearing loss can progress over time, but regular tests and appropriate interventions, like hearing aids, can help manage it. Your audiologist can advise on strategies for maintaining your hearing health.

While not all hearing aids are waterproof, many are water-resistant, providing protection against light moisture. Consult your audiologist to determine the water resistance rating of your specific hearing aids.

Yes, our audiologists provide trial periods for hearing aids, allowing you to assess their suitability and effectiveness in your daily life.

Yes, excessive ear wax can cause hearing loss by blocking the ear canal, leading to fullness sensation, muffled sounds, or temporary hearing loss.

Ear drops can help soften and assist in natural wax removal in some cases. However, persistent blockages or discomfort require expert clinicians for safe wax removal.

Microsuction is a safe and effective method of ear wax removal using a gentle suction device to remove excess wax from the ear canal.

Irrigation involves gently flushing warm water into the ear canal to dislodge and remove ear wax. It's not suitable for individuals with a history of eardrum perforations.

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