We offer a range of specialist hearing services to help you protect and care for your ears.
If you have any questions about home services, moulded ear plugs and ear wax removal in Kent, please contact AudiMed on 07908 476530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need a new hearing aid and require an accurate mould, AudiMed are here to help. Sometimes you may also find your ears change shape over time, or that the previous mould is unsatisfactory. Ear moulds are also useful for roles involving discreet communications, such as musicians and recording artists, or for security personnel.
Ear mould plugs are also great for swimmers and divers, ensuring a watertight seal. Whatever the reason for your ear mould plugs, it has never been easier to manufacture a new ear mould to suit your requirements.
Contact us at AudiMed to arrange a consultation for moulded ear plugs or ear wax removal in Kent and Maidstone.
If you require an urgent ear examination and can’t wait for your GP, we are happy to help. Having worked for the NHS for over two decades, our audiologist has the knowhow and expertise to examine, and if appropriate, diagnose a problem, or to provide reassurance where necessary.
Having an earlier diagnosis will mean that you may be able to access treatment from the NHS more quickly if your case is urgent.
Contact us at AudiMed to arrange a consultation for otoscopy services or ear wax removal in Kent and Maidstone.
AudiMed are happy to conduct a thorough hearing test.There can be many reasons for a loss in hearing. For example, you may have a reduction in sensation to higher frequencies, known as presbycusis. This will make people sound as though they are mumbling, no matter how hard they try to enunciate clearly. Whatever your problem is, a hearing assessment will identify the problem for you.
We will take note of any symptoms you may have noticed yourself, and look out for the causes of these when we perform the examination.
This is a technique using air pressure to check the small bones in the middle ear are working correctly.
Pure Tone Audiometry
This is to test for the softest sounds across the frequency range, and is used to determine to what degree you may have a hearing defect.
This is a fundamental part of any hearing assessment, ensuring that your ear drum and ear canal appear in good health and condition.