If you think you or someone you know has hearing loss, you’re probably wondering what the next step should be. That’s easy — see a hearing healthcare professional.
Whether you consult with an audiologist, an ENT doctor or a hearing aid specialist, it’s important to see someone who specializes in hearing issues — not just your family doctor — to get a comprehensive evaluation and begin treatment and rehabilitation as soon as possible.
Treatment makes a difference
Research by the non-profit National Council on Aging (NCOA) concluded that hearing loss treatment is shown to improve1:
Communication in relationships
Intimacy and warmth in family relationships
Ease in communication
Sense of control over life events
See a professional
Just as every person is unique, every hearing loss and hearing need is unique, too. That’s why it’s always recommended that you consult with a hearing healthcare professional. They are trained experts who have the experience and technology needed to precisely diagnose and measure your degree of hearing loss, prescribe and administer a solution personalized for you, then provide critical support and ongoing care.
Get the right solution
Today, more than ever, the best solution for hearing loss is hearing aids. Like all high-tech devices, hearing aids have improved significantly over just the past several years in terms of performance and appearance.
From “invisible” solutions that fit deep inside your ear and are virtually undetectable when worn to wireless options that stream audio directly from your TV, radio and phone, today’s hearing aids sound better, fit more comfortably and perform more reliably than ever before.
Help is just a click away
The best way to treat your hearing loss or help someone suffering from hearing loss is to take the first step and make an appointment for a hearing examination. At South Suburban Hearing Center we offer complimentary examinations and consultations. Simply request an appointment today – visit our Contact Us page.