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Audiogram (PTA)

An audiometry exam tests your ability to hear sounds.
During a hearing test the Audiologist will seat you in a sound-proof booth with headphones over your ears or earbuds in your ears. You will hear beeps that vary in volume and pitch and your Audiologist will tell you to push a button each time you hear a beep, no matter how soft it seems to be.

The softest sounds heard at each pitch are your hearing thresholds and these are recorded by your Audiologist on a graph which is called an audiogram.

Audiogram provides your ENT doctor information regarding the degrees of hearing loss, unilateral vs bilateral hearing loss, neural vs non-neural (conductive) hearing loss, and a probable cause/etiology of hearing loss.

Tympanogram (IMPEDANCE)

Oto Acoustic Emission(OAE)

Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA)

Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are digital amplification devices which improve communication for adults and allow spoken language development in children.

Digital Hearing Aids

Digital hearing aids are now preferred over the conventional one because of advantages they offer including:

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