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When Should You Get Your Hearing Tests?

Regular hearing tests will help to ensure that you aren’t suffering from any hearing loss.

We typically go out of our way to make sure we make it to our annual physicals, dentist appointments, and eye exams, but what about hearing tests? This is something that a lot of people overlook or deem as unnecessary. However, regular hearing tests are important in ensuring that you are not suffering from any hearing loss. Here are the best times to get your hearing tests done.

At Birth

When babies are born in the United States, it is actually required by law that they be given a newborn hearing screening. One to three out of every 1,000 babies will suffer from some sort of hearing loss. The earlier doctors find a hearing deficit, the sooner they can begin treatment and resolve the problem. A hearing impairment in a baby can interfere with their ability to interact with people and learn language.


It is important to get hearing tests throughout your childhood because this is when you are growing and changing the most. Sometimes, people may think that a child has a learning disability when they are actually suffering from a hearing impairment. A child suffering from hearing loss won’t be able to learn at the same pace as everyone else.

Young Adulthood

This stage of life is when we are most prone to suffering from noise-induced hearing loss. WIth loud music playing through your headphones, live concerts, and loud parties, it is easy to suffer from hearing loss and not even realize it because it could occur gradually. Getting hearing tests done will ensure that no damage is being done.

Later Years

Unfortunately, as we get older, we are more susceptible to hearing loss just because of age alone. About one in three adults between 65 and 74 has suffered some amount of hearing loss. If the problem isn’t identified and corrected, it can cause depression, isolation, and even dementia in older adults. It is recommended that older people get their hearing tested more often than younger people. 

Contact Bay Area Audiology Today For Your Hearing Test

Ready to change the way you look at hearing loss?  Our Doctor of Audiology, Dr. Trisha A. Bents Muth, is exceptionally experienced in the art of audiology, and is dedicated to providing 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,

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