Hearing Expert examining a woman's ear

Before a hearing aid fitting is scheduled, we will do a thorough hearing test.

Based on the results of this test, your audiologist will be able to determine how loudly sounds need to be amplified so they are audible to you, as well as how to compress loud noises so they aren’t painful to your ears.

Here’s What to Expect at Your Hearing Aid Fitting

Hearing aid fittings can take between 45 minutes and two hours. In this time we have a lot to do including:

  • Customize the fit of your hearing aid by adjusting the earpiece and tubing.
  • Check the fit of any custom molds.
  • Program your hearing aid to amplify the frequencies you’re struggling to hear.
  • Test how well the hearing aid is working and whether it needs to be adjusted further.
  • Go over how to take care of them and keep them working like new.
  • Cover any advanced features your hearing aid may have such as streaming Bluetooth.

You’ll only wear your new hearing aids if they’re comfortable and work. So be honest with us, and let us know if they need further adjustments.