Hearing Care and Hearing Aid Services
Absolute Audio has a full range of hearing services that deals with hearing loss discovery, treatment options and device sales. Patients will have all the necessary tools and information to improve their hearing health. Brand options are varied, so there are multiple types of hearing aids available to purchase.
Earmolds and Earplugs
Earmolds are an exact copy of an individual’s ears. Earmolds are combined with multiple types of hearing devices for maximum effectiveness and comfort. For earplugs, it improves an already robust lineup of devices made to protect the ears from damaging noise.
Hearing Aid Evaluation
Many things take place during the hearing aid evaluation. Past and present medical records are needed for the full picture and will partly determine which hearing tests are needed. Tests will determine the level of hearing loss in both ears and what steps are necessary to remedy the problem.
Hearing Aid Fitting
The hearing aid fitting is where the patient will be acquainted with their new hearing aids. A lot of information will be exchanged about maintenance, upgrades and general use. During the fitting, the final touches are made for programming the device. Because this can be an overwhelming experience, patients should bring a friend or loved one to the meeting.
Hearing Aid Repair
One of the things discussed during a hearing aid fitting is repairs and warranties. Some minor repairs can be handled at home without a professional intervening. For deeper technical problems, bringing the device into the office is recommended. If it can’t be fixed in office, then it is sent off to the manufacturer for a full repair or replacement.
In Office Services
Medical and surgical services are available from Absolute Audio that deal with the ear, nose and throat. This includes comprehensive services for hearing aid repairs, cerumen removal, pediatric services and more.
Musicians Earplugs and Monitors
Musician’s earplugs and monitors protect the ears without diminishing the quality of sound. With Musicians earplugs and monitors, professionals can hear balanced sound in studio, at live concerts or in general settings. Branded in-ear musician monitors are currently the standard in the music industry.