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Hearing test
Have a qualified audiologist near you test your hearing. During this quick test, you’ll hear sounds at a different frequencies and volumes. Based on which sounds you hear or don’t hear, the audiologist will determine what type of hearing loss you have, pinpoint the cause of the problem, and recommend advanced hearing solutions or other forms of treatment. Our professionals will administer a hearing test free of charge.
Ear cleaning
Excess earwax can affect your hearing and can cause ringing in the ears (tinnitus), dizziness, earache and hearing loss. Most people wrongly think that the best way to clean their ears is by using cotton swabs to remove excess wax. This can cause issues, as the cotton swab pushes the wax further into the ear, instead of cleaning it out, leading to build-up or impacted earwax. An audiologist can safely and effectively clean your ears by examining your ears first and then using specialized tools to gently remove excess earwax.
Hearing aids
There are many different types of hearing aids. Some are worn inside the ear canal, others behind the ear. Some are rechargeable, others have Bluetooth to connect to your phone and TV. Not every hearing aid is suitable for every type of hearing loss. An audiologist will recommend the best hearing aid for you, fit you with the device so that it sits comfortably in or behind your year, and personalize its settings to guarantee best sound quality.
Ear plugs
Protect your hearing with tailor-made ear plugs molded after an impression of your ear. Ear plugs are perfect if you want sounds to be a bit less loud, but still don’t want the world to sound like you’ve got your head underwater. This solution is perfect for when you’re at say, a concert.
Personal sound adjustment
Before you take your hearing aids home, the audiologist will adjust the settings according to your hearing needs and preferences. If you find that these settings no longer work for you (for instance, if the sound balance at some point is off), then you can always consult with our audiologists again. They’ll fine-tune your device after conferring with you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is an audiologist?

An audiologist is a licensed and qualified professional who identifies, assesses, and manages problems relating to hearing, balance, and other neural systems. Ear damage, mild to severe hearing loss brought on by age, tinnitus – these are examples of an audiologist’s areas of expertise. An audiologist typically does not deal with surgery, and auditory issues that stem from issues pertaining to other parts of the body and require patients to go under the knife, are referred to an ENT (ear, nose, throat) specialist.


  • Administer hearing tests
  • Fit patients with hearing aids
  • Offer support and counseling to people suffering from hearing loss
  • Treat balance disorders and ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
What’s the difference between an audiologist and an ear doctor, audiometrist, otologist, or hearing aid specialist?

Audiologist vs. Ear doctor

Both audiologists and otologists specialize in ear health, and both may work side-by-side to best serve a patient. Unlike audiologists, otologists help patients whose ear health signifies a deeper issue that needs to be treated surgically. Audiologists on the other hand identify and treat hearing loss, tinnitus, and other balance disorders by fitting patients with hearing aids. They also provide counseling to help patients set the right goals and cope with their hearing loss.

Audiologist vs. Audiometrists

An audiometrist is someone who is trained to administer hearing tests or “audiometric screening” to establish a patient’s hearing levels. The results of the tests are then interpreted by an audiologist, who is trained to diagnose and treat hearing loss. In some cases, an audiologist is also an audiometrist i.e. they’re well-equipped to perform the hearing test themselves.

Audiologist vs. Hearing Aid Specialist

A hearing aid specialist is a professional who recommends and fits patients with hearing aids. They’re your go-to person when it comes to the latest hearing technology. While hearing aid specialists know all about hearing aids, and can also administer hearing tests, they’re not as knowledgeable as audiologists when it comes to the auditory system, hearing loss, or treatment of ear-related issues. Hearing aid specialists typically do not have the advanced degree that is required to become an audiologist.

Why an audiologist?

Audiologists undergo extensive training before they receive their qualification. They specialize in diagnosing and treating hearing loss, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and balance disorders resulting from damage to the vestibular system (the balance organ inside the inner ear). If you have trouble hearing, an audiologist is the person who is best qualified to help you.

Are your audiologists good?

Any audiologist we recommend is qualified, licensed and has a good reputation. These are people we trust to do an excellent job.

Why Hearing Aid Clinics?
  • The audiologists we recommend are licensed, qualified and reputable
  • With a nationwide network of over 100,000 audiologists we trust, we’ll always find one near you
  • We work with audiologists who can offer you the latest in hearing aid technology
  • We’ve helped more than 100,000 people just like you with our free service
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