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If you have some difficulty hearing, it pays to get checked by a hearing care professional. A consultation does not take long and is completely painless. Learn what happens at the hearing centre.

A hearing care professional, sometimes called an audiologist, specialises in identifying, diagnosing, treating and monitoring hearing disorders. Their main goal is to ensure your hearing is the best it can be so that any hearing loss you may have interferes as little as possible with your life.

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Getting a hearing test 

Visit a hearing centre to get a complete hearing test. The test can determine the degree and type of your hearing loss. This does not take long and it is completely pain free. Within one hour, you will have the results of your test and an overview of the options available to you.

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Prepare for the visit

What situations cause you difficulties? We’ve created a list of the most common symptoms of hearing loss. Write down how many of these apply to you and comment on how this affects you. Also note any concerns you might have regarding you hearing loss or hearing aids, so as to discuss them with your hearing care professional.

List of symptoms

Selecting the right hearing aids

The right hearing aids can remedy most types of hearing loss. Besides analysing the result of the hearing test, the hearing care professional will also ask you about your lifestyle, design preferences and budget. Based on both the test and the talk, the hearing care professional will be able to offer various solutions to you.

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3 more steps to better hearing
Besides getting a test from a hearing care professional, your doctor and possibly also a friend or family member all play important roles on your journey to better hearing. But it starts and ends with the most important person: YOU.


Acknowledging that you need to do something about your hearing difficulties is the most important first step. If you get hearing aids it’s important that you keep progressing by wearing them every day.

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Your doctor can determine the cause of your hearing difficulties. Earwax or infection may cause temporary hearing loss. If your hearing loss is not medically treatable, you will need a complete hearing test.

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Bring a good friend or family member to the hearing test to provide information about your hearing that you may not have noticed yourself. Their support is also important during your first days as a hearing aids user.

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Does the thought of hearing aids worry you?

I'm too young to start wearing hearing aids
Around one in six adults have some degree of hearing loss. Modern lifestyles mean many people experience problems at a younger age. Because hearing loss is gradual, you may not even be aware of its extent as much as your significant others.

I’m at the peak of my career
With hearing loss your brain needs to work harder to pick out important sounds from background noise. Everyday tasks like office meetings become more demanding and tiring. Hearing aids mean you can make sense of sounds and words, so you can focus on the conversation more easily.

I don’t want to look like someone with a hearing problem
Today’s hearing aids are chic, stylish and – above all – practically invisible. No-one else needs to know about them, and you’ll soon forget you’re wearing them yourself. 

I’m okay with my hearing loss – why go to the trouble?
Hearing loss can have a negative effect on your relationships with others. Wearing hearing aids improves not just your quality of life, but also that of people around you. 

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Which type of hearing aid is right for you?

There are two types of hearing aid, which both give you high quality sound. Your choice will depend on your personal preferences for discretion and functionality.

  • Behind-the-ear hearing aids

    Fit most hearing loss types and degrees
    Easy-to-use buttons
    Remarkable connectivity



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  • In-the-ear hearing aids

    'Invisible' option
    For mild to severe hearing loss
    Custom-made to fit your ears
    Remarkable connectivity*

    *Only available in selected styles


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Find your nearest hearing centre

Search for your local hearing centre and request a call back by the completing the enquiry form. At these hearing centres you can get a hearing test and discuss your needs with an expert hearing care professional.

For NHS products please contact you GP to arrange an appointment.

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