Are you are concerned about your hearing and looking for a reliable and complete hearing test in Melbourne?
At Ayling Hearing & Audiology Clinic, we wish to empower our patients with the ability to hear better. Our audiologists perform detailed hearing tests to accurately determine the degree of hearing loss and offer recommendations based on the findings. Our audiological evaluations are carried out to the highest standards to offer precise results that enable us to extend the most practical solutions. With our state-of-the-art equipment and expertise, our results are unequivocal and designed to take the best care of your hearing needs.
You can completely rely on us for all your audiology and hearing test needs. With our wide knowledge and expertise in the field, we can offer solutions for healthy hearing.
"Three out of every four Australians over age 55 have some difficulty hearing. Could you be suffering in silence?"
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There are 4 degrees of hearing loss:
Mild – unable to hear soft sounds, difficulty perceiving speech in noisy environments.
Moderate – unable to hear soft and moderately loud sounds, considerable difficulty in perceiving speech, particularly with background noise.
Severe – speakers must raise their voice. Group conversation is possible only with considerable effort.
Profound – some loud sounds are audible but communication without a hearing device is impossible.
The audiogram is a graph which gives a detailed description of your hearing ability and which can be described as a picture of your sense of hearing.
The audiogram illustrates your hearing ability by showing your hearing threshold at various frequencies. Hearing threshold is an indication of how soft a sound may get before it is inaudible. A hearing threshold of between 0 and 25 dB is considered normal.
To learn more about how we hear and the types and causes of hearing loss, click here.