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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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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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Hearing loss isn’t healthy, but it isn’t irreparable either. Whether your loved one sees an audiologist about their ear health or learns to live with the condition, they can still live their best life. Of course, it’s vital for you to help them transform their lifestyle , too. While the impact is biggest for your loved one or family member,

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Experiencing symptoms of hearing loss for the first time can be stressful. However, your audiologist is there to help you and monitor your hearing health. Your audiologist will provide a hearing test that allows you to not only check your hearing but also measure precisely the level of hearing loss you experience.  When you have never had a hearing test

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According to major studies, older adults who experience hearing loss have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Indeed, men with hearing loss are up to 69% more likely to experience dementia , compared to those with normal hearing abilities. The risks of hearing loss are, unfortunately, twice as high for the male population than

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The most effective and common way to diagnose hearing loss is with a hearing test from an audiologist. When the test is complete, an audiogram is produced, which both shows whether or not you have hearing loss, and the specific kind of hearing loss you have, defined by the extent of your hearing range. An audiogram is a detailed visual

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Most cases of hearing loss are permanent and can be caused by anything ranging from aging to exposure to loud noise. However, not all hearing loss is permanent, and hearing can sometimes be restored naturally. Temporary hearing loss can have several different causes , from illness to injury or even excess earwax. It might sometimes resolve itself or can be

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