How to Cope & Prevent Further Hearing Loss
With each of these cases, there are also different levels of hearing loss ranging from mild, moderate, severe, to profound hearing loss. Using pure-tone stimuli at various frequencies to determine your hearing classification, we will measure your response to determine the cause, and degree to which your hearing is impaired. The results of these tests will help us get a better idea of your hearing loss to develop a treatment plan or therapy to prevent further hearing loss and other issues.
If you’re regularly exposed to loud noises above 85 decibels and you aren’t employing some kind of hearing protection, then you’re vastly increasing the chance of hearing loss down the road. We offer custom earmolds, protection for hunters and even in-ear monitors that allow musicians to protect their hearing without missing a note.
While there’s no cure for tinnitus, there are ways to make it better. Serenade: SoundCure, offered at The Center for Audiology, is a revolutionary system that can lessen the burden of your tinnitus and truly improve your quality of life.
Hearing aids are the most common way for those afflicted with hearing loss to improve their hearing as well as their quality of life. Hearing aids do more than simply amplify sound. Correctly diagnosed, your hearing aids will also improve the clarity of your hearing, making it easier to hold conversations, watch television and more.
Hearing loops are an additional benefit that allow you to separate background noise from the sound you intend to hear by wirelessly connecting you to televisions, movies and more.
If your hearing aids aren’t functioning as well as they should, that doesn’t necessarily mean that your hearing loss is getting worse. Many common hearing aid repairs are available at The Center for Audiology that can improve the functionality of your hearing aids and make your life easier.
Whatever your hearing needs might be, we can help. Call The Center for Audiology today at 713.255.0035
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