Our hearing care professionals are knowledgeable and dedicated to bringing you the latest in hearing aid technology. We are focused on the individual hearing needs.
Our staff is dedicated to serving you and understand that hearing loss is unique to the individual. With the customization and personalization available with our hearing aids, you are sure to find the hearing aids to best suit your hearing loss at Beltone.
Beltone is close to home with over 1,500 locations nationwide. Your local Beltone professionals work with an array of insurance plans, to ensure you are getting the best help for your hearing loss.
DO YOU HAVE HEARING LOSS?
Does it seem everyone is mumbling?
Are you constantly asking people to repeat themselves?
Is it a struggle to hear on the phone?
Do you experience ringing in your ears?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may have hearing
loss. Hearing loss develops gradually and treating it as soon as you
recognize the warning signs can prevent it from getting worse. A free in-
office hearing test from Beltone can help determine your hearing loss
and how best to treat it.
YOUR HEARING TEST OFFICE VISIT: WHAT TO EXPECT
Lifestyle and Health Overview
Understanding more about your lifestyle and hearing priorities helps us provide individualized care.
Are you outdoorsy?
Do you frequent resaurants and public places?
Do you enjoy television, music, movies, and lectures?
Do you work every day?
Answering a few short questions on the Personalized Hearing Health Assessment will get the conversation started.
The hearing test actually includes several tests that measure how well you hear a variety of sounds, such as tones and speech.
Your hearing care professional will guide you through:
A visual exam of your ear using an otoscope. Air and bone conduction testing.
Word discrimination testing.
Hearing Test Results
After your hearing test, your Beltone
hearing care professional will review your
results on an audiogram.
Your audiogram will show you where you’re hearing normally and where you’re missing sounds.
Your hearing care professional will then guide you on what next steps to take and help fit you into a customized hearing aid to personally address your hearing loss.