About 28.8 million U.S. adults could benefit from using hearing aids. Some hearing loss can be treated as easy as removing a blockage from the ear canal. Other, more permanent, types of hearing loss may require assistive technology. A full audiologic evaluation will help determine the next necessary steps towards a solution.
Hearing difficulties can be permanent or treatable. The first step towards better hearing is scheduling a full diagnostic hearing evaluation.
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Most often this is permanent, however some patients find relief with hearing aids, and other treatment options. Determining the cause of the ringing is the first step towards finding a possible solution.
Ear wax (cerumen) build up can lead to hearing loss, balance issues, and tinnitus. Checking the ear canals for excessive ear wax is the first step in the audiologic evaluation process. If the ear canal is plugged up (occluded) with ear wax it can be removed for immediate relief.
A full diagnostic hearing test looks at all phases of the auditory system. In order to help with hearing difficulties we must first complete a full diagnostic hearing test. This will allow for proper diagnosis and treatment of hearing difficulties.
10 years in private practice.
Hundreds of patients treated.
Thousands of successful ear treatments.
Treatment options for a permanent hearing loss are available. All makes styles and manufactures are offered for a wide range of assistant technology.
If present, wax can be removed from the ear canals in the office for an instant solution
Dizziness/vertigo, sudden hearing loss, pulsatile tinnitus, hearing loss in one ear. Come in to have a full audiologic evaluation and see if a trusted medical referral would be warranted.
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