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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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Technology has come a long way. Both phones and hearing aids are now more advanced than ever and their technology will only continue to grow and advance within time. Nowadays, phones seem as if they can do anything. Once a device that could only take calls... now, they’ve exploded into mini-computers that allow for calls, taking photos, doing purchases, and so

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If you know that you need a new hearing aid or you're thinking about getting one, then it's important to be aware of the many options that you have at your disposal. There's more than just one type of hearing aid, which means that you'll have a choice when it comes to getting the one that's right with you. Of

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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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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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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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Can hearing aids change your life? The simple is, yes, they can. Although modern devices are small and inconspicuous, they are powerful. Today, 80% of adults who wear them say that hearing aids improve their quality of life. That's a figure that's hard to ignore. Still, this statistic doesn't explain the potential benefits an assisted hearing implement can have. If

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One in five individuals in America experiences various degrees of hearing loss. Hearing loss is a common health complaint that can be caused by a variety of factors. Old age is the most frequent cause behind hearing loss, as the inner structure of the ear can degrade with time. As a result, adults who are 65 or older are five

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Tinnitus – or ringing in the ears as it is commonly known – is a condition that has something of a reputation as being difficult to treat. As the symptoms tend to vary significantly between people, and there is no known “cure,” most people have to find their way to the treatment that works for them specifically. There is no

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Hearing aids can be genuinely life-transforming devices, but for them to function correctly, most users will need to become accustomed to handling, using, and preserving their hearing aid batteries . To help you achieve this goal, below, we’ve sought to answer the most common questions users have about their batteries. How can I make my hearing aid batteries last for

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Most of us take our hearing for granted. It comes so naturally to us that we rarely give this sense a second thought. We tend to assume that it is always of the same quality, as slight changes in our ability to hear are a little more difficult to notice than slight changes in our other senses, such as our

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