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Discover the Benefits of a Free Hearing Test

Are you concerned about your hearing health? At Frames Opticians, we offer comprehensive, free hearing tests conducted by professional audiologists. Here’s why you should book your free hearing test with us today

Our professional audiologists provide a precise evaluation of your hearing health.
Discuss your hearing concerns and test results with a specialist, at no cost.
We use the latest technology to ensure the most accurate results.
Receive tailored advice on hearing aids and other solutions.
Access special deals on premium hearing aid brands available only at FramesOpticians.

Recognise the Early Signs of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss often progresses gradually, making it difficult to notice. In fact, friends and family might detect changes in your hearing before you do. By being aware of the symptoms, you can seek treatment early and benefit from improved hearing.

Common Signs of Hearing Loss

  • Difficulty understanding conversations, especially in noisy environments.
  • Frequently asking people to repeat themselves.
  • Turning up the volume on the TV or radio higher than usual.
  • Experiencing ringing or buzzing sounds in your ears (tinnitus).

Why Early Recognition is Crucial

Untreated hearing loss can worsen over time and impact your quality of life. Early intervention is key to preventing further decline and avoiding the consequences of untreated hearing loss, such as:
  • Missing out on daily conversations with loved ones, friends, and colleagues.
  • Feeling excluded or struggling to hear during social events.
  • Experiencing feelings of isolation or depression.

Types of Hearing Loss

The most common type of hearing loss is sensorineural hearing loss, often caused by ageing or prolonged exposure to loud noises. Understanding different types of hearing loss can help you determine the best treatment options available.
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
  • Causes – Natural ageing process, noise exposure.
  • Symptoms – Difficulty hearing high-pitched sounds, trouble following conversations.

Conductive Hearing Loss

  • Causes – Ear infections, earwax build-up, or structural issues in the ear.
  • Symptoms – Muffled hearing, pain or discomfort in the ear.

Mixed Hearing Loss

  • Causes – Combination of sensorineural and conductive hearing loss factors.
  • Symptoms – Varied, depending on the underlying causes.

Levels of hearing loss

Hearing loss can be categorized by severity level. Your level of hearing ability is measured in decibels hearing level (dB HL), referring to how loud sounds need to be for you to hear them.

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Don’t wait until it’s too late. Take control of your hearing health and improve your quality of life. Visit FramesOpticians for a free hearing test conducted by our expert audiologists.

Visual Stress & Dyslexia

Treat visual stress and minimise the symptoms of Meares-Irlen Syndrome and dyslexia with the use of coloured lenses and overlays. The benefits can include:

  • Improved readability
  • Enhanced contrast
  • Reduced glare
  • Increased reading speed
  • Better comprehension

It’s important to note that coloured overlays may not be effective for everyone. Each person’s visual symptoms and needs are unique, and a professional evaluation is essential to determine the most suitable treatment options.

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Book Your Free Hearing Test Today

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Take control of your hearing health and improve your quality of life. Visit FramesOpticians for a free hearing test conducted by our expert audiologists.