Prior to purchasing a hearing aid, an audiologist can perform a hearing aid evaluation. Hearing loss levels, types and causes will influence which hearing aid is most useful for you. There are several styles available that come with different features and accessories. One style may be more compatible than another with your hearing needs and expectations.
After your audiologist has helped you select the best hearing aid for you, they can also measure the performance of your device while it’s in your ear. This will confirm that your prescription and hearing aid are the best match for you.