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Although hearing loss is frustrating, it’s not initially life threatening so many people tend to ignore it. On average, hearing aid users wait 10 years before getting help for hearing loss. Unfortunately, this can cause irreversible damage. Scheduling a hearing test as soon as possible can prevent future health risks.

If you suspect you may have hearing loss, please take a moment to go over some of our questions to see if a free test and consultation is right for you!

  • Do you find it’s harder to understand a conversation, especially when there’s background noise?
  • Do you feel that speech and other sounds seem muffled?
  • Do you find yourself having to turn the volume higher when you listen to the radio or television?

If you answered yes to any of the questions listed above, we encourage you to visit a hearing professional for a consultation.

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A hearing test is not a required routine exam. However, it’s good to keep on top of your hearing health to ensure you always have the best quality of life.

  • The exam will detect any possible hearing loss as early as possible.
  • You’ll receive the correct treatment to remedy the issue and ensure you’ll hear well again. 
  • We’ll treat and possibly reverse the hearing loss issues with early intervention.

A recent study from Johns Hopkins reveals that hearing loss may cause many health risks you may not think of:

  • It limits communication with people around you as it becomes more difficult to hear conversation. This may cause you to limit your time around others. Social isolation has been proven to be a contributor to dementia and other losses of brain function.
  • It can also cause balance problems as our ears pick up important signals to keep us moving. Hearing loss can cause your brain to work overtime which may eventually lead to delay in the mental processing that allows us to walk safely.
  • A Johns Hopkins expert Dr. Frank Lin, found that mild hearing loss doubled dementia risk. Moderate loss tripled the risk, and people with a severe hearing impairment were five times more likely to develop dementia.

Discover our blog to read more about health risks caused by hearing loss.