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Hearing loss, whether partial or full, can lead to certain difficulties in life. Some signs are greater than others like full and partial loss of hearing or smaller signs such as a constant ringing associated with tinnitus. Ringing is a smaller sign with minimal impact on day to day life, however full or partial hearing loss is a greater sign which has more of an impact on routine activities.
To receive the best results from your hearing test and get hearing aids fine-tuned to your specific needs, you need a qualified RHIP. Our team at the Victoria Fairfield NexGen Hearing clinic located on Fairfield Road is passionate about providing the highest quality hearing aid care to all of our patients. Get in touch with us today to book a free hearing test today, and get back to hearing the fantastic sounds of our city!
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Kate joined the NexGen Hearing team as a Customer Care Representative in November 2012 after spending time volunteering in the first NexGen Hearing clinic. Kate qualified as a Hearing Instrument Practitioner in 2015 to help improve the quality of life for people with hearing loss.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The adjustment period for a new hearing aid can vary from person to person. Most people become fully adjusted to their hearing aid within two to three weeks, but some people can take up to four months to become completely comfortable with their hearing aid.
It’s important to remain patient while you get used to your hearing aid, but if you suspect that your hearing aid is not calibrated properly or it isn’t working for you, come back to see us and we’ll help you adjust your hearing aid or set you up with one that will work better for your needs.
- Avoid loud noises and areas for 16 hours before the test.
- Remove any earwax that may be in your ear canal. Do not use a Q-tip to do this as that will only push earwax deeper into the canal. Let our clinic staff take care of cleaning out your ears for you.
- Let us know if you take or have taken antibiotics that can damage hearing, such as gentamicin.
We do perform tinnitus assessments at some of our NexGen Hearing clinics. To find out which clinic you can book a tinnitus assessment appointment please call us at 1 (877) 606 6671.
- Smoking (studies show that smokers experience more hearing loss than non-smokers)
- Medical Conditions
- Repeated Exposure to Loud Noises
- The quality of the hearing instrument
- How well it is cleaned and maintained
- How much wear and tear it experiences from being worn everyday