Free Hearing Tests at each of our Arizona locations
Are you or a loved on experiencing signs of a hearing loss? The first step to addressing your hearing loss is to schedule a free hearing test with a hearing professional. Given your test results, our professionals will be able to recommend a hearing solutions that will improve your quality of life. We invite you to come into one of our conveniently located offices to have a free hearing test performed by one of our licensed hearing professionals. At your appointment, you can feel confident that you will have all of your questions answered and the opportunity to learn about your options.
30-day free trial period on all new hearing aids
We provide our patients with hearing aids from industry leading hearing aid manufacturers – with amazing features like made for iPhone technology and waterproof design. We are confident that we have the right aid for your unique lifestyle and budget considerations.
Frequently asked questions about hearing tests:
How long does a hearing test take?
A hearing test generally takes an hour to an hour and a half to complete. However, we schedule additional time in order to make sure that all of your questions are answered and you understand your unique hearing loss fully.
Is it important that I bring someone with me?
It is recommended that you bring along someone with a familiar voice. It is nice to have another person there to help you remember all of the information that we are sharing with you, and in many cases we can demonstrate a pair of hearing aids on the spot. Having a voice that you hear on a regular basis really lets you hear the difference that a hearing solution can make for you.
How do you test my hearing exactly?
Our hearing practice utilizes the most advanced audiometric equipment available. Our computer based audiometers are calibrated annually to ensure accurate and consistent results. Using real ear measurement tools and live speech mapping, we are also able to measure the corrected levels with hearing aids.
What if I have too much ear wax?
In order to have an accurate hearing test performed, your ears must be free of obstruction from ear wax. Our specialists work hand in hand with other hearing health professionals around the valley to make sure that you receive the care that you need. Upon finding a blockage of wax, we would refer you to a local nurse practitioner or medical doctor for an easy wax removal.
What information will the hearing test provide?
The hearing test provides the Hearing Instrument Specialist with the information about your hearing loss required to fit you with the appropriate hearing aids. The testing will show exactly how loud sounds need to be, when sounds become too loud, what kind of results we can expect from amplification, and most importantly, if you need to be referred to a physician for possible medical issues with the ear.
What is an Audiogram?
Audiogram is the fancy word for the chart where we document your hearing test results.