Hearing Services

All you need to know about our hearing systems

Our First Meeting

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.

You will probably find that you have choices, a selection of styles that are available.

Some people will like at this stage the smaller more cosmetic solutions whilst others may not, everyone is different.

If we feel that you need to seek more medical advice,

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

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.

When you have decided that you want to try a hearing aid with us - we welcome you back

  • We will firstly ensure the product fits well and meets your expectations; we will then programme the device based on your hearing test and further in-situ measures to make sure we fit as close to target as possible, we often under prescribe a hearing system if this is the first time you have worn a device to create a higher level of comfort.
  • We will show you how to use the device and offer you the basics in maintenance so you know how to care for your new product.
  • We will offer some form of validation by way of a questionnaire so on review we can assess whether the device has improved your quality of life.
  • We won’t let you leave with the device if you are uncertain or unsure of anything; this session is about getting it right, first time.
  • We take a payment for the device at this stage but clearly pass to you a signed document explaining a full and guaranteed refund if you are not happy within 30 days.

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.

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