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Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations

Center for Hearing proudly offers hearing tests for individuals of all ages. Following your test, we’ll give you a complete report of the results along with our recommendations. A typical hearing evaluation consists of the following:

Air and Bone Conduction Testing


Helps to determine if a problem with your inner, outer or middle ear is contributing to your hearing difficulties.

Speech in Noise Test


Many people hear well in quiet areas, but struggle to understand speech when there is background noise. Speech-in-noise tests can accurately assess hearing loss under conditions that are representative of the real world.

Speech Discrimination Evaluation


Investigates your ability to discriminate speech sounds at a volume that is most comfortable for you.



Through variations of air pressure in the ear canal, it determines the condition of the middle ear and the mobility of the conduction bones in the ear drum.

Other Tests and Procedures May Include:

Video otoscopy:  This procedure involves visual inspection of the ear canal to find obstructions, wax blockages and infections. With video otoscopy, an image of your ear canal is transferred to a screen so you can examine your ear along with the audiologist.

Otoacoustic emission evaluation:  The sounds produced by the components of your inner ear are measured, allowing your audiologist to determine the level of functioning of the inner ear. With this evaluation, signs of hearing loss can be identified earlier than with most other tests.

Cerumen (ear wax) removal:  Earwax can be removed from the ear by using a simple tool or, in more serious instances, with the aid of suction or flushing devices. Ask to experience our “Ear Spa” for the safest and most comfortable ear cleaning.

Hearing aid adjustments:  To expertly program your hearing aid, the most advanced equipment is used in special sound rooms. As your hearing changes, your hearing aid needs to be reprogrammed and adjusted.

Hearing aid repairs:  Our trained staff of audiology assistants are ready to perform basic repairs on all makes and models of hearing aids in a state-of-the-art, full-service lab. Most repairs can be completed while you wait. For extensive repairs, we’ll have the work performed by your hearing aid manufacturer and lend you an appropriate hearing aid to use until yours returns. It’s all part of our patient-centered service.

Tinnitus: Evaluate and discuss the latest technology used to help patients find relief in managing their tinnitus.


A necessity for obtaining the best hearing from your instruments.

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