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Getting Ready for a Hearing Aid

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Here are some considerations when getting ready for the transition to hearing aids.

If you are considering investing in a hearing aid, then you are doing a good thing for your hearing health. No matter what age you are, you could be experiencing hearing loss. A hearing aid is a great way to improve your quality of life and reduce the negative effects of hearing loss. However, you will need to keep many different factors in mind. Here are some considerations when getting ready for the transition to hearing aids.

Hearing Evaluation

First, you will need to see an audiologist for a hearing evaluation. An audiologist has all of the knowledge and experience needed about hearing aids. You can bring all your questions and concerns to an audiologist. Since your audiologist is an expert on how the ear operates, they can determine what is the nature of your hearing loss and recommend the best hearing aid for you.

Adjustments Period

What many people don’t know about hearing aids is that they don’t always take effect immediately. There will usually be a period of time that your ears need to adjust after you first begin wearing your hearing aids. It could be days or even weeks before it feels like your hearing aid is working properly. It’s best to communicate with your audiologist about the time frame in case you need to try a different hearing aid instead.


Another important consideration is the type of warranty your hearing aid comes with. Knowing about your warranty is a big help if something were to go wrong with your hearing aids. Although it is rare for a hearing aid to be defective, if the particular one you have doesn’t feel like a good fit for you then you might decide that you want to return your hearing aid in exchange for a different type. Some warranties include coverage for the hearing aid itself as well as labor costs. If you need future adjustments, your warranty could cover office visits.

Contact Bay Area Audiology Today!

Ready to do something about your hearing loss?  Our Doctor of Audiology, Dr. Trisha A. Bents Muth, is exceptionally experienced in the art of audiology, and provides the absolute best solutions.  Bay Area Audiology has been working to give patients a comfortable environment, with thorough evaluations.  We are independently owned, and unbiased when it comes to finding you the care you need.

You can always come into the office, or contact us in advance to set up an appointment.  We also provide updates on our social media websites.  You can check out our Facebook, Twitter,  LinkedIn, and Pinterest to keep up with Bay Area Audiology.

Don’t hesitate–we can help.

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