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Hearing loss is considered to be an invisible condition that occurs gradually over time. It isn’t something you can see. Your hearing typically changes slowly over time and that makes it harder to realize that you are “losing” your hearing. In fact, it is not uncommon for your loved ones to notice your hearing loss before you do. What each person experiences as their first signs of hearing loss varies from person to person, but here is a list of common symptoms that could indicate a hearing loss:


  • Asking for repetition
  • Avoiding social situations that may be too noisy
  • Difficulty hearing and understanding children and women
  • Others complaining that you are not hearing well
  • Perception that most people mumble/or don’t enunciate well
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Trouble hearing in noisy environments
  • Trouble hearing on the phone
  • Turning up the television too loud
  • Unable to hear people when they are not looking at you

If you think you or a loved one may have hearing loss, call our office to schedule a hearing test appointment today. We will perform a comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluation to determine what degree and what type of hearing loss you or your loved one might have; if any. Appropriate treatment recommendations will be discussed at that same visit. Let us help you re-connect with those you love!

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