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Hearing Test & Consultation

 

Step 2: Ear Examination

Following the initial conversation, we will examine your ears with a special instrument called an otoscope. This is a simple light probe with a magnifying lens and it allows us to examine the outer ear area for any visible conditions, such as excessive wax, ear canal obstruction, or perforated ear-drums.
Ear Examination

 

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