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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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Going home from your audiologist appointment with your first pair of hearing aids can be a transformative moment for many people. The change to your hearing is immediate, but you also have a new responsibility to ensure your devices work as best as possible. Keeping them clean will be your top priority. Here are the steps to cleaning your hearing

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Hearing aids can help you regain one of your most important senses, but many people are unsure about their use because they typically come with some negative stigmas. However, regardless of what other people think, it’s important to take your hearing health seriously and visit an audiologist to have your hearing checked. One of the most important steps in helping

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If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss , a hearing aid can single-handedly do a lot to improve your quality of living. They are devices designed to amplify your hearing, to help you better control what you can and cannot hear. There are a lot of different kinds , however, and before you choose one with the audiologist, you

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People clean their ears relatively often, but did you know that it’s not actually necessary to clean your ears at all? Most people rely on things such as q-tips, but hearing care providers are well against using these to clean your ears. Some people prefer to use picks, and others might even use their fingers as a way to scrape

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Hearing loss can happen to anybody of any age, for a number of reasons. This isn’t just something that affects elderly people, although many people believe that it is. Even people in their teens ands early adult years can suffer from hearing loss for a variety of reasons, which is why testing to figure out what the issue is early

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Clean, healthy ears are something that everyone should aim to maintain at all stages in life. While this part of the body needs less attention than others, knowing how to take care of them is key. Those skills will go a long way to preventing and reducing long-term damage.   Every audiologist will confirm that good ear cleaning practices bring a

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So you think that there is something wrong with your hearing aid . You have done the once over yourself of your hearing aid and have even checked to make sure that the battery is new and working, but your hearing aid is still malfunctioning. You have booked an appointment with your audiologist , which is the first step in

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Healthy ears are integral for comfort and happiness, not least because they directly impact so many aspects of your existence. As such, despite not being the most regular of rituals, ear cleaning is an essential responsibility for everyone. Giving your ears the attention they need can prevent a variety of future health issues. Moreover, it can aid your hopes of

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Many people clean their ears by themselves at home. This can be helpful. However, you can also visit the audiologist to have your ears cleaned. There are many ways that audiologists can help when it comes to ear cleaning. Here some of the top ways that they can do this. 1. Professional wax removal Audiologists have the training and the

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If you concerned about the possibility of hearing loss you’ve probably scheduled a hearing test with an audiologist. On the day of your appointment, here is what you can expect. Health history The audiologist will start by asking about your general health history. The audiologist isn’t being nosy or just making conversation. They need to know about your history of

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