What Happens at a Hearing Assessment

Key Features of Our Service:

  • 30-Day Free Trial: Experience the quality of our hearing aids with absolutely no obligation to purchase after the trial.
  • No Pressure, No Obligation: Our commitment is to your satisfaction. You have complete freedom to decide without any sales pressure.
  • Patient-First Approach: We prioritise your choice and comfort, ensuring a personalised experience.
  • Refundable Hearing Assessment Fee: The fee for our thorough hearing assessment is refundable when you choose to purchase the hearing aids post-trial.

Join countless others in experiencing the difference with Liverpool Hearing Centre. Feel confident in your choice with our patient-focused, risk-free trial. Contact us today to begin your journey to better hearing.

A hearing test usually takes just over an hour. Please try to take a friend or family member with you as there's a lot of information and a familiar voice may be useful in some of the tests. A qualified hearing professional should answer any questions you have about any stage of the test.

No Pressure or Obligation

At Liverpool Hearing Centre, we understand that investing in a hearing aid is a significant decision. That's why we offer a comprehensive £100 hearing assessment, fully refundable upon purchasing the hearing aids after a free 30-day trial. Our approach is centred around a 'try before you buy' policy, ensuring you make an informed decision without any pressure.

Your hearing is unique – so is your hearing test

Everybody’s hearing is different. At the Liverpool Hearing Centre we tailor our approach using the best technology, the best techniques and the best qualified experts all in a beautiful location on Liverpool's Rodney Street.

Video Otoscopic VIEW

Most hearing centres now use video technology using a tiny camera. We can examine the health of your ear canals and ear drums, ensuring that sound has a clear pathway through to the delicate structures of the middle and inner ears – we will even show you on screen what we’re seeing. This will be recorded to help us keep track of any changes in your ear over time.

Real Ear Measurement

Real Ear Measurements are now standard practice in the best hearing centres and take into account the individual acoustic characteristics of your ear canals. A special microphone analyses the sounds produced by the hearing aids in your ear canal to ensure you are getting the optimum level of amplification.