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The primary differences between an audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (or "dispensers") is their level of training and scope of...Upvote (4) Downvote Go to answer
A good audiologist testing at home should check the level of sound with a sound meter to see if the levels are appropriate. He or she should then...Upvote (4) Downvote (1) Go to answer
Best practices are a set of professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective for the diagnosis and...Upvote (3) Downvote Go to answer
Hearing aids are fit by licensed professionals, usually audiologists or hearing instrument specialists. An audiologist has typically completed 6-8...Upvote (2) Downvote Go to answer
Thanks for asking about the tone in your ear. The common term used when describing a sound in your ear(s) that is not generated from your...Upvote (1) Downvote Go to answer
It is extremely important to have hearing aids fit in person versus buying over the internet! Hearing aids are custom fit for your ear and for...Upvote (1) Downvote Go to answer