We provide a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation based on the specific needs of each patient. We use video otoscopy for a detailed view of your ear canal, and we do a computerized hearing aid analysis.
For the removal of excess wax a small, curved tool called a curet can be used or suction techniques to loosen the wax. Then the wax is flushed away using warm water, or diluted hydrogen peroxide.
Electronic devices can be used to suppress the discomfort of tinnitus. These devices produce a sound to mask the tinnitus noise. These sounds can be anything from static, to environmental sounds, such as falling rain or ocean waves. These pleasant sounds mask the irritating noise of tinnitus.
In-office care on all provided instruments provided to patient.
Recent studies and continuing dialog in the field have shed light on the challenges in the fitting of advanced hearing instruments on people who have a severe or profound hearing loss.
We support Manufacture Sponsored Clinical Trials available on emerging technologies.
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