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Think You Might Have Hearing Loss?
Take our free, five-minute online screening to get a better understanding of your hearing health. It can determine if a professional evaluation is right for you.
What Exactly is Hearing Loss?
Hearing loss is the total or partial inability to hear sounds in one or both ears. It happens as a result of the aging process, noise exposure or other health conditions. A diagnostic evaluation is the best way to identify your degree of hearing loss and develop the best treatment plan.
Do you have questions about hearing aids? Our Consumer Guide to Hearing Aids provides an in-depth breakdown of the different types of hearing devices, as well as the technology available for all forms of hearing loss.More on Consumer's Guide to Hearing Aids
How do I know if I have hearing loss? How is hearing loss diagnosed? What kinds of tests do audiologists perform? Our FAQ section has answers to questions like these and more. Click to get helpful information to assist you on your hearing journey.More on Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re trying to better understand your hearing loss, a basic comprehension of how the ears work can help. While our auditory system is incredibly complex, this page breaks down key information that can help shed more light on your hearing health.More on Hearing - How the Ear Works
Did you know issues with your auditory system can impact your balance? That’s why hearing professionals don’t simply treat hearing loss, they also provide solutions for dizziness and a number of other hearing and balance disorders.More on Hearing and Balance Disorders
Whether you’re a performing musician or an avid concert attendee, taking care of your hearing around loud music is imperative. This guide breaks down your options for hearing protection that won’t compromise your ability to listen for the correct notes, pitches and keys.More on How to Prevent Hearing Loss for Musicians
When it comes to hearing loss, no two people are exactly alike. Hearing loss varies in severity and can be impacted differently depending on pitch and frequency. Identifying your unique type of hearing loss is key to developing the best treatment plan for your needs.More on Types of Hearing Loss