Think you have hearing loss?
Here’s what you should do.
You should make an appointment with a hearing professional like an audiologist, hearing aid specialist or ENT for an evaluation, consultation and hearing test. Many hearing care professionals offer this evaluation at no charge.
Yes, hearing aids are available for those with single-sided hearing loss. The Starkey CROS System delivers solutions for:
Those who are unable to hear in one ear and have normal hearing in the other ear (CROS)
Those with little to no hearing in one of their ears, and a hearing loss in their better ear (BiCROS)
While no hearing aid can filter out all background noise, our advanced hearing aids are designed to reduce some types of background noise so that you can enjoy conversation and improve communication in places like restaurants, business meetings and social gatherings.
Yes. Most people need an adjustment period of up to four months before becoming acclimated to — and receiving the full benefit of — wearing their hearing aids. However, you should expect to notice obvious benefits during this trial period. Remember, your hearing professional is there to help. Do not be afraid to call or visit to discuss your concerns.
Experts have linked untreated hearing loss to an increased risk of cognitive decline and dementia.See why
A recent study concluded that early hearing loss treatment can help reduce the risk for dementia.Learn more