This test helps you determine the sound threshold your ears can detect for three tones. Age and prolonged exposure to loud sounds can significantly lower your ability to hear high frequencies.
We test your hearing with low, mid and high pitched tones. Then we evaluate the differences between a low tone and two higher pitched tones.
At the end of the quick and easy tonal test you are given a score, but please remember that this is not designed to replace a professional hearing test. At a hearing centre, the test is thorough and includes a consultation. This is just to give people who are concerned about hearing loss a gauge of what condition their ears are in.
At Pindrop Hearing the safety of our patients, visitors and staff is of utmost importance. We continue to follow guidance from the Department of Health and Public Health England to ensure that all our clinics are COVID safe. We ask that all patients and visitors observe social distancing in communal and waiting areas and you may have your temperature checked on arrival. All our staff are subject to regular COVID testing. We have enhanced cleaning and hygiene regimes between all appointments, and the use of surgical facemasks is mandatory for all clinical procedures.
We will offer remote services wherever possible or appropriate, such as postal hearing aid repairs or online hearing appointments but will be continuing with face to face appointments for the majority of our services.Rony Ganguly Pindrop Director
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