Full Hearing Test & Assessment

Get a complete picture of your hearing health

A hearing assessment helps identify many different aspects of your hearing health. Accurate test assessment is essential to achieve high quality and desired outcomes.

Benefit 1: Detection of Hearing Loss Type

You might know that you have a hearing loss, but how mild or severe is it? Multiple clinically-proven techniques and instruments are used in the full hearing test & assessment to determine the extent, type, and specifics of your particular hearing loss.

Benefit 2: Identify the Best Course of Action

Hearing aids are not the only solutions for treating hearing loss. Some types of hearing loss can be treated medically, while some have to be treated surgically. A full hearing test will give our audiologist important information to help determine the best course of action for treatment.

Benefit 3: Identify Suitable Hearing Aids Type

If your particular hearing loss requires the use of hearing aids, you have a wide range of hearing aids styles and types to choose from. Which one works best for your hearing loss? A full hearing test can determine what types of hearing aids would work well for your hearing profile.

Benefit 4: Communication with Your Doctor

Hearing loss is not just affecting your hearing, it affects many other aspects of your health too. After every hearing test, our audiologist will write a detailed audiology report in regards to your hearing health condition. This way your doctor is kept in loop with any progress and recommendation.

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Accurate hearing assessment is the key to better hearing

Ivory Hearing utilises highly accurate and clinically-proven hearing evaluation techniques, including pure-tone testing, bone conduction and speech recognition testing, to determine the extent of the hearing loss and the suitable treatment options. The hearing evaluation takes about 45-60 minutes to complete.

Following the testing, our hearing specialist will sit down with you and your family to discuss the results of the evaluation and take you through each of the available options. We will help you choose the best hearing loss management system for your situation. We want you to leave fully satisfied and hearing the best you can.

If your hearing levels warrant the use of a hearing aid, we will go through various styles of hearing aids, price range and functions based on your budget and lifestyle needs, so that you will continue wearing them for the improvement of your quality of life.

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Frequently asked questions about hearing loss

How do I know if I have hearing loss?
You may not be aware you have hearing loss, but your family might be quite aware of it. If you find it difficult hearing in situations like: on the phone, in a noisy room, from a distance, higher pitched voices, or the TV, it is wise to arrange a hearing evaluation. For more signs and symptoms of hearing loss, click here.

Why am I losing my hearing?
Hearing loss happens for many different reasons. Some people lose their hearing as they age naturally, some lose their hearing due to frequent exposure to loud noises. Hearing loss could also be caused by a virus or bacteria, heart conditions or stroke, head injuries, tumors and certain medicines. If you suspect that you might be losing your hearing, the best thing to do would be to get a hearing evaluation.

How loud does a sound have to be before it can damage my hearing?
Exposure to noise levels above 85 decibels (85dB) can cause hearing loss over time. Prolonged exposure to everyday loud noises like emergency sirens, road construction and factory machinery can lead to permanent hearing loss. Here are some guidelines: A whisper is around 20-30dB, a lawn mower or truck is about 90dB, a rock concert can be 100-130dB continuously. Please remember to wear hearing protection when you know you are going to be in a situation louder than 85dB to keep the noise doing to a safer level.