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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.

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Your audiologist tests your hearing prior to a hearing aid fitting . If the results determine you would benefit from hearing aids, you and your audiologist will discuss finding the right hearing aid design for your budget. Here are some things to know about fitting hearing aids. What happens before the hearing aid fitting? A physical examination of your ears

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If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you would know what it is like to be completely confused about a condition that you know very little about. Visiting doctor after doctor and having tests done on you may be a daunting experience, but surely there is light at the end of the tunnel. As scary as it may

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Like most specialized health care providers, audiologists are important, but majorities of people aren’t really sure of what they do. In fact, it’s often not until you have hearing issues and need to speak with an audiologist that their role becomes clear. To help you get to understand audiologists better, here is a list of the roles and responsibilities that

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Try as we might, things always seem to get into our ears. Unfortunately, there is not a door or gate that we can close to prevent things from getting in there; though this would be a nice feature. You would be surprised what hearing health professionals and doctors have found in their patients ear canals. Some would amaze you and

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Most people correlate “hearing loss” with elderly people. However, hearing loss isn’t limited to those 60 and older. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between two and three of every 1,000 children in the U.S. are born deaf or with some degree of hearing loss. Additionally, children could potentially develop hearing loss later on

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When a hearing aid malfunctions , it’s a huge inconvenience – especially if happens after hours or on the weekend when a hearing healthcare professional is unavailable. If you have any experience repairing other types of electronics, it might be tempting to try to repair it yourself, but that’s usually not a good idea. While there are some things you

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Three parts comprise the ear: the outer, middle and inner ear. All three parts play an important part in hearing. Sound waves travel through your outer ear into your middle ear. When the sound waves reach the middle ear, they cause your eardrum to vibrate. The vibrations are transmitted through tiny bones called ossicles, located in your middle ear. The

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Mention ‘ear cleaning;’ does your hand twitch toward a cotton swab? Well it shouldn’t because mentioning cotton swabs to an audiologist is enough to make them shudder. So how should you clean your ears? To answer, here are the dos and don’ts of ear cleaning. Don’t use cotton swabs However tempting it might be to delve into the ear canal

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Health is a personal matter, even more so when you have issues hearing. Suffering from hearing loss can make you feel vulnerable and knock your confidence. You need to consult a hearing healthcare professional who is knowledgeable, patient, and empathetic. But how do you find such a paragon? A good start is to look for a qualified audiologist . These

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Single sided deafness (SSD), or significant hearing loss in one ear, affects 60,000 people each year in the United States alone What is Single Sided Deafness?  Single Sided Deafness (SSD) involves significant damage to hearing in one ear. People with SSD can have trouble understanding speech because they can’t separate background noise from the noise they want to hear and

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