Hearing Care Services

  • Tinnitus Treatment

    Wesson Hearing Aid Center can help patients narrow down the cause of tinnitus while searching for the best treatment for their specific needs. The road to a getting rid of the condition takes work from both sides, and is never easy.

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  • Hearing Wellness Evaluation

    At an industrial hearing screening, participants find out if there are existing hearing issues. Whether or not these problems affect work performance, it can point to a future handicap when left untreated. Depending on the industry, some screenings are mandatory and can’t be avoided. If a hearing problem is found, further tests are required to confirm the original findings. There are varying levels of technology used to deal with hearing evaluations, tests and treatments. One of the more popular technological advances is live speech mapping.

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  • Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting

    This is a big day for any patient with hearing-related issues. Their hearing device arrives, preprogrammed and ready to be used to its fullest potential. The hearing aid dispensing and fitting serves as an orientation to hearing aids. Hearing instrument specialists are careful to go over important information about the use, care and maintenance of a hearing device. Knowing how to use core features of the hardware makes a difference in the overall user experience.

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  • Evaluation for Hearing Aids

    A hearing aid evaluation determines whether hearing devices are an appropriate treatment option. The evaluation will explore one of many possibilities for dealing with hearing-related issues. One of the requirements is to obtain the previous case history of the patient. This helps to narrow down potential hearing-related issues or chronic conditions. Pure-tone, speech, middle ear, auditory brainstem response and otoacoustic emissions are examples of some tests that may be conducted. Every individual will have different testing choices based on age, hearing level and health.

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  • Industrial Hearing Screening

    Hearing damage is a real and unfortunate effect of long-term exposure to loud noise. Noise is a hazard of industrial workers and workers of any occupation who are repeatedly exposed to loud noise. Hearing damage from noise is fully preventable when the right precautions are taken from the start. Regular hearing tests to evaluate any […]

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  • Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance

    When hearing devices break down, users have several options to deal with the problem. Small issues can be handled at home and is something that is discussed in the dispensing and fitting. Bigger issues are handled by the office or sent off to the manufacturer. For in-office visits, there is a possibility of same-day service. Loaner hearing aids are an optional choice for users that will be without a device for an extended period of time. The specifics of loaner hearing aids are discussed before and after the initial fitting.

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  • Live Speech Mapping

    Live speech mapping is a technology that visualizes hearing in real-time. During a test, it helps when programming a hearing device. The accuracy gained by using live speech mapping enhances the full benefits of any associated device. It makes the difference between operating at half or full capacity.

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