The Advanced Hearing Centers of America have a staff of professionals to perform hearing tests at any of our Florida locations. Audiologists may also be available by appointment.
Do You Need a Hearing Test?
The natural aging process can cause hearing loss, known as sensorineural hearing loss, and is a result of losing hair cells and nerve endings within the ear's cochlea. The cochlea is the region that allows the body to hear higher frequencies. If you are finding it more and more difficult to hear people clearly, then you should visit any of our 12 locations for a hearing test performed by one of our professionals at the Advanced Hearing Centers. Other symptoms of hearing loss include turning up the TV or radio volume beyond the normal level, asking people to repeat themselves often, and an increased difficulty hearing women's and childrens voices.
How to Prepare for Your Hearing Test
To prepare for your hearing evaluation, write down any symptoms you have been experiencing. Although some symptoms may not appear to be related to hearing loss, it could be a sign of an illness or disease that can cause hearing loss. Be sure to note any changes in your health that would be important for your specialist to know. Also, write down any key medical information about past ear problems, infections, injuries, or any ear surgery. Be sure to mention if you are taking any perscriptions or supplements. Writing this information down will help you remember to tell your hearing instrument specialist during your hearing evaluation.
For comprehensive hearing tests, call any of the Advanced Hearing Centers locations for an appointment:
DeLand hearing tests - 386-734-4141
New Smyrna Beach hearing tests - 386-423-9099
Port Orange hearing tests - 386-761-5780
Ormond Beach hearing tests - 386-672-2810
Palm Coast hearing tests - 386-447-3530
Ponte Vedra hearing tests - 904-273-2232
St Augustine hearing tests - 904-429-7513
Jacksonville hearing tests - 904-683-6923
Orange Park hearing tests - 904-375-1360