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What Causes Hearing Loss?

What Causes Hearing Loss?

  We know that hearing loss is the third most common health condition affecting Americans today. This is an alarming statistic when you consider how important hearing is to our everyday livelihood. Approximately 1 in 8 Americans experience a hearing loss, ranging...

Why Are My Ears Ringing? Causes & Treatments

Why Are My Ears Ringing? Causes & Treatments

There are many variations of hearing loss that I see patients deal with daily. Everyone has their own journey to treating it and living with it. Ringing in the ears is one of the more severe afflictions, but with proper care and a great team of professionals behind...

Five Ways To Unclog Your Blocked Ears

Five Ways To Unclog Your Blocked Ears

Earwax is not a bad thing. Our bodies produce it naturally, and it’s very useful in protecting the delicate inner workings of our ears. At first glance, it may not be appealing, but we can’t enjoy healthy hearing without it. Some of us produce more wax than necessary,...

Do You Need A Hearing Assessment?

Do You Need A Hearing Assessment?

A hearing assessment is critical for everyone to get to know exactly what the status of your hearing is. I have seen firsthand that most people are unaware of how easy, painless, and beneficial these exams are. By getting a hearing assessment, you’ll provide me with...

What Is Tinnitus And What Can I Do About It?

What Is Tinnitus And What Can I Do About It?

Tinnitus affects approximately 15% of the general public. For each sufferer, the symptoms may vary from whistling sounds to ringing, from buzzing sounds to ticking, and it can present itself as intermittent sounds or a non-stop noise from several months to many years....

Do You Need Your Hearing Tested?

Do You Need Your Hearing Tested?

Having your hearing tested is something that often gets overlooked. In our culture these days, it's common to make light of family members or friends that are experiencing hearing issues. While this can be fun for some, I assure you it is not fun for the person on the...

What is an OTC Device?

What is an OTC Device?

An OTC is an over-the-counter hearing device. You can purchase them in store or at your local pharmacy, however, they are not custom fit to your ears or your hearing loss. They have recently seen a rise in the market, as people are becoming more aware of the recent...

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