On arrival at 150 Harley Street you will be greeted by the welcoming reception team, we will call you through and discuss your problems, we will examine the ears “otoscopy” and then if all is well test your hearing in our soundproof booth, our testing protocol is clinical and adheres to the British society of audiology standards, we will explain the results with you carefully so you understand them and offer you a copy if you wish.
Some people will like at this stage the smaller more cosmetic solutions whilst others may not, everyone is different.
Then we will create a report for you to pass onto your GP or ENT specialist explaining carefully the reason for referral, we are professionally obligated to do so.
You will also be offered a choice in performance level, a premium device will always be recommended first but for budget purposes all manufacturers have a range of choice like a mid-range performance device or even an entry level product, we can guide you into making the right choice based on your lifestyle and requirements.
You then have this golden period to acclimatise to the device and come back within these 30 days if you are uncertain about anything.
We book you an appointment for review within that time.
Expert advice and in-depth features for a healthy life
The ear is a complex and sensitive organ, helping us with both hearing and balance. From earwax build-up to a perforated eardrum, damage to the ear can cause anything from mild inconvenience to serious medical problems.
A perforated eardrum might sound like a nightmare injury, but it's actually a lot more common than you might think and can be caused by a variety of accidents or illnesses.
Hearing loss is a very common problem that typically affects people as they grow older but, in younger people, can also be the result of exposure to loud noise over a period of time, such as in industry.