Hearing Tests In Carleton Place
Robillard Hearing Carleton Place: The Number 1 Hearing Clinic In Carleton Place
42 Lansdowne Ave. Carleton Place, ON K7C 2T8
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Friday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
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What to expect during a hearing test
During your appointment, one of our professionals will complete a full hearing assessment to determine if you have hearing loss, and to what degree. After the test is complete, we will go over the results with you and provide you with our recommendations, whether that be an annual hearing test, an appointment with your doctor, a referral or hearing aids.
A hearing test is painless, non-invasive, and takes about 1 hour to complete. Once inside the soundproof booth, you will put on headphones and listen to a series of tones, simply pushing a button when you hear each sound.
A doctor’s referral is not required for the assessment, and your audiologist or hearing instrument specialist will provide an explanation of your hearing ability during the same visit.
Why choose a hearing test at Robillard?
We offer one-stop access to a full range of services for adults and children with hearing loss at 11 locations across Ontario. In addition to hearing tests using state-of-the-art equipment, we provide hearing aids, communication devices and other products, services and information related to hearing loss, as well as a wide range of accessible education and support programs. Our dedicated team of audiologists and support staff provides the highest quality of care and consideration and can refer you to other specialized services at Robillard – the leader in hearing healthcare since 1958.
- Hearing aid recommendations that fit your lifestyle, budget, and specific hearing loss
- Hearing aids that are digital, invisible, water-resistant, and Bluetooth-enabled to connect to all your devices
- Follow-up care to see how you’re doing and if you need adjustments