Hearing Aids FAQs
Hearing Aids Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for choosing Emory Healthcare Audiology Program. We know that your hearing health is very important to you, and we are honored that you have trusted your care to our team. Below are some commonly asked questions related to your Audiology visit.
What is an Audiologist?
Why was I scheduled for two appointments on the same day?
What happens after I have been diagnosed with hearing loss?
I am starting treatment for cancer, why am I scheduled for a hearing test?
What can I expect during my hearing test appointment?
What can I expect during my hearing aid discussion appointment?
What can I expect during my hearing aid fitting appointment?
What can I expect after being fit with my hearing aid(s)?
Will a hearing aid restore my hearing to normal?
I have hearing loss in both ears, is it necessary to wear two hearing aids?
How long can I expect my hearing aid to be operational?
What brands of hearing aids do you offer?
How often should I have my hearing checked?
Does your office accept insurance for hearing aid devices?
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