At the conclusion of the evaluation, the results will be reviewed with you, and recommendations will be made.
If medical or surgical treatment won’t help in your case, or doesn’t help enough, the odds are that hearing aids will help. Ninety to ninety-five percent of sensorineural hearing loss can be helped with hearing aids, at least to some degree. About eighty percent of hearing aid users wear hearing aids in both ears. People often put off getting hearing aids, but once they have been successfully fit with hearing aids, they don’t want to be without them. Successful fitting requires careful selection, precise programming, counseling and follow-up fine-tuning as the brain adjusts to hearing well again. Please see our hearing aids page for a thorough discussion of this topic. You may also want to see the frequently asked questions section.