Hearing Services

Scheduling an appointment with an audiologist is the first step to better hearing health. This proactive step has led to a better life for millions of patients. By resolving the problem early, there is less of a chance that it will develop into a long-term hearing issue. Ascent Audiology & Hearing is proud to offer the services you need to take care of your auditory health, including:

  • Diagnostic Audiologic Evaluation

    The diagnostic audiologic evaluation checks for balance problems, hearing loss and dizziness. Common tests during the evaluation are pure-tone, bone conduction and speech.

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  • Earwax Removal

    Unchecked earwax buildup can cause temporary or permanent hearing loss. Removal is painless, and can be done in less than an hour. Keeping ears clean of debris is also a recommended way to maintain hearing device integrity.

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  • Evaluation for Hearing Aids

    Finding the right hearing device takes time. The evaluation for hearing aids determines which model works best in different environments. With the correct hearing aid, the wearer is comfortable at all times.

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  • Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting

    The hearing aid dispensing and fitting is a big appointment for the patient. For the first time, they get to try their fully programmed hearing aids. During the dispensing and fitting, important information is relayed about hearing aid usage and maintenance.

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  • Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance

    Normal maintenance prevents hearing devices from breaking down. If they become inoperable, in-office repair can handle the most common issues. For serious defects, a replacement hearing device is provided while the original is sent off for repair.

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  • Hearing Care for Infants and Children

    Just like adults, infants and children are susceptible to hearing loss. Evaluations and tests geared towards this group take into account developmental problems due to hearing loss. Early detection is a vital step in controlling how the condition progresses.

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  • Industrial Hearing Screening

    Long-term hearing damage is a problem that can occur in noisy work environments. Industrial hearing screenings provide onsite testing that follows national and local hearing policies. It is the first step to deciding if a visit to an audiologist is necessary.

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  • Live Speech Mapping

    During the original fitting, the hearing aid is programmed one final time. Live speech mapping is used to improve the accuracy of the programming. When used, it lets audiologists see what their patients are hearing in real-time.

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  • Remote Hearing Care

    Remote hearing care puts consumers first by allowing partial services from a distance. When time or distance is a factor, remote hearing care can be a convenient way to get the treatment you need. It is a service that plays an important role in overall hearing health.

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  • Tinnitus Treatment Options

    To deal with tinnitus, the root cause needs to be diagnosed. Sound and behavioral therapies are two ways that audiologists deal with the condition. With the addition of some hearing aid models, there are now more ways to handle tinnitus.

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  • VNG Balance Evaluations

    A videonystagmography looks for balance disorders related to the inner ear. This can also include testing some portions of the brain that control balance. Symptoms related to vestibular disorders will usually fall under this type of testing.

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