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Hearing loss may be difficult to accept and many people do not know where to begin. Our team of ENT physicians and audiologists at Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin will work close with you to determine what your hearing needs are.

Our mission is to improve the lives of people with hearing loss through better hearing. Our educated, experienced audiology staff is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of hearing care in a personalized, caring environment.


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If you get seasonal allergies, then you’ll already know just how annoying it can be to have a runny nose and itchy eyes, all because of something that has, well, nothing to do with you whatsoever. However, while these are the classic side effect symptoms of allergies, they’re not the only ones. They can also affect your hearing, too. Indeed,

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According to statistics released by CDC, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a condition that affects over 17% of adults around the world. Protecting our hearing has never been as important as it is today – but can we do so with earplugs? Earplugs do work, but since each environment has a different noise level, you must find the right earplugs

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Hearing loss is an extremely common underlying symptom that affects over one billion people across the world, but only 17% of the people who would benefit from a hearing aid decide to get professional help. At the same time, hearing aids have constantly been developing since they first became available on the market at the beginning of the 20th century. 

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Hearing loss affects people of all ages. Living with hearing loss can have an impact on both your social and professional life. Fortunately, there are treatments for hearing loss and an audiologist will be able to recommend a suitable solution depending on the patient.  Hearing aids are usually the most effective treatment for hearing loss and can improve the wearer’s

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It’s no surprise that nutrition plays a large role in many aspects of physical and mental health. Most of us know that eating a healthy diet impacts vital organ functions, cardiovascular health and the immune system. You’re probably also aware that eating well helps to maintain a healthy weight which can prevent obesity-related illnesses such as type two diabetes and

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When you visit your audiologist, you might be recommended a hearing aid due to noise-induced hearing loss. After testing your hearing, your audiologist will work with you to find the right hearing aid fit for your needs . However, you might be wondering: how do I maximize my audiologist’s help for the most successful hearing aid fitting? This fitting begins

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Because one ear might have more hearing loss than the other, it is common for many audiologists to be asked whether a patient can benefit from one hearing aid instead of two. However, even when experiencing hearing loss, ears work efficiently as a pair. Because of the balancing act of our auditory system, two hearing aids have more advantages than

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Hearing protectors are personal protective equipment that, due to their sound attenuation properties, reduces the effects of noise on hearing, thus avoiding damage to the hearing. Ear protectors reduce noise by obstructing its path from the source to the ear canal . However, what is the best type of ear protection for people who have exposure to loud noises?  Earmuffs 

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An audiologist is able to determine hearing function in those patients who are deaf. But do you know what exactly they do? Audiologists are hearing professionals who diagnose potential hearing problems and specialize in treating these disorders . These audiology experts are also fully trained to perform prosthetic restorations. They also give support to those patients who suffer from or

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Before buying a hearing aid, you need a detailed assessment of the hearing problem by an experienced otolaryngologist . Depending on the type of hearing aid, it is advisable to get the right earphone that fits in your ear. Once you have your hearing aid, you are going to want to ensure that you make the most of your hearing aid

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