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Bone conduction implants (BCIs) are an advanced technology used to amplify sound and improve hearing loss in adolescent and adult patients. If you’re considering different hearing loss treatments, it’s helpful to know how different devices work so that you can find the best one for your individual treatment plan. What is a Bone Conduction Implant?
Hearing loss is one of the most common conditions associated with aging. About one in three people over the age of 65 have measurable hearing loss. After age 70, the incidence of hearing loss increases to 2 out of 3 people. Hearing loss related to age is called presbycusis and involves the receptive hair cells
While hearing aids are relatively common, many patients have the same questions about them when they are starting out with hearing loss treatment. During an appointment at Associates of Otolaryngology and Harvard Park Hearing and we can answer any questions you may have. However, you can also learn more before your appointment, so you feel
Ménière’s disease is a condition of the inner ear in which the patient experiences vertigo, or a specific feeling of dizziness or spinning. The disease can also cause other symptoms including tinnitus or ringing in the ear, a feeling of pressure or fullness in the ear, and hearing loss which comes and goes. Usually, only
Is your hearing loss making you feel left out of social conversations and causing miscommunication? If so, it might be time to consider a hearing aid to improve your daily life. What is a Hearing Aid? A hearing aid is a small electronic device made up of a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The device can
Every day, we are exposed to noise that may or may not be damaging our hearing. While most daily noises are not enough to hurt our ears, it only takes one encounter with a noise that’s too loud to cause permanent damage to our hearing. How Noise is Measured Noise is measured in decibels (dB)
When it comes to hearing loss, symptoms are not always abrupt or incredibly obvious. The symptoms of hearing loss are often gradual or may seem situational for many, especially in crowds, loud events such as concerts or when someone has a softer voice. In this blog, we’ll discuss the signs that could point to the