All of our patients undergo a diagnostic hearing evaluation by an audiologist for a complete understanding of their hearing loss, including a medical history review, otoscopy, middle ear testing, and a pure-tone test.
It’s important that our patients feel informed and comfortable; our hearing evaluations include time to review your results, answer questions, and help you understand recommendations.
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To ensure that your hearing aids are optimally configured for your hearing needs, Potomac Audiology performs verification using Real-Ear Measurements in order to produce a graph of what your prescription should be and what your hearing aids are actually putting out so that necessary adjustments can be made.
Without Real-Ear Measurement there is no way to know if your hearing aids are doing what they should be doing for you.
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The process for testing hearing and fitting hearing aids to children is different than it is for adults. Potomac Audiology offers hearing diagnostics, audiological evaluations, and hearing aid fittings for newborns, infants, and children with hearing loss, to provide them with the best hearing solution and quality of life.
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