Warning Signs of Hearing Loss
- You have difficulty understanding a conversation when in a large group or crowd.
- You often ask people to repeat themselves.
- People seem to mumble more frequently.
- You experience ringing in your ears.
- Your family complains that you play the TV or radio too loudly.
- You no longer hear normal household sounds, such as the dripping of a faucet or the ringing of a doorbell.
- You find telephone conversation increasingly difficult.
- You have trouble hearing when your back is turned to the speaker.
- You have been told you speak too loudly.
Who Needs a Hearing Aid?
By assessing your medical history and audiogram, your physician can determine your need for amplification. Should your hearing evaluation indicate that medical intervention will not improve your hearing ability, a hearing aid is usually recommended. The Wichita Ear Clinic has been dispensing hearing aids since 1980 to provide full service to the hearing impaired. We strive to offer the latest in prove hearing aid technology to give you the best hearing possible. During your fitting, our audiologists will review your audiogram with you at the time of your hearing aid evaluation. They will work closely with you to evaluate your special needs. The audiologist will discuss style, fitting procedures and price with you, and answer any question you may have about the use of your hearing aid. The Wichita Ear Clinic Audiologists are available to make your transition to a hearing aid as smooth and as comfortable as possible.