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    hearing care proffessional

    I have trouble to understand what does "hearing care proffessional" mean. Is it a doctor (otologist) or a person who is specialized on hearing aids?

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    Re: hearing care proffessional

    Both, I believe, and it depends on the type of business. You'd have to call and ask if there is a doctor on staff.

    Note, an otologist is a doctor who specializes in ear, nose and throat. See also audiologist.

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