Clark Audiology & Hearing Aid Center
401 West Germantown Pike
East Norriton, PA 19403

Blue Bell 19422 Audiologist & Audiology Center

Hearing loss is regarded as a complex bodily issue caused by excessive exposure to loud noise, disease, aging, and also heredity. Hearing loss affects your ability to interpret sounds. Unfortunately, hearing loss is presently irreversible. However, there are many options that Blue Bell audiologists can offer to improve your hearing ability.

It’s rather important to have a knowledgable provider of hearing aids in Blue Bell if you want the best hearing aid for your condition. The hearing aids of today are in fact much more advanced and personalized than the hearing aids of the past. In recent years, developers have been said to have made ground-breaking strides in hearing technology.

For your convenience, our Blue Bell audiologists will thoroughly talk you through your options so that you know which hearing aid will best suit your specific hearing issue.

Blue Bell Hearing Loss Services

Our audiologists are skilled in detecting and treating the specific issues, diseases, or problems that are associated with hearing loss. Even issues such as wax build up, ear infections, or swimmers ear can cause severe hearing loss if not treated. Our Blue Bell audiologists strongly suggest that you take the necessary preventative measures if you are experiencing any type of hearing loss or pain in the ear in order to save your hearing in the long term. As previously mentioned, hearing loss is irreversible.

Hearing loss can be caused by many different things. Some of the most common causes include:

• Damage to the inner ear. Inner ear damage can be caused by aging and exposure to loud noises over a prolonged period of time. The nerve cells in the cochlea become damaged, preventing electrical signals from reaching the brain.

• Acoustic Neuroma. A tumor that prevents sound signals from reaching the brain. • Ruptured Eardrum. Ear drums can be ruptured by one loud blast of noise, poking

your eardrum with an object such as a q-tip, or sudden changes in air pressure.

• Ménière’s disease. This disease usually onsets between ages thirty to fifty. While the cause of this disease is currently unknown, some of the characteristic symptoms include ringing in the ears, sensitivity to loud noises, and dizziness.

If you are experiencing any symptoms of hearing loss, consult Clark Audiology and Hearing Aid Center today. Don’t wait, as these symptoms can become much more severe if not taken care of.

We’re here to help you hear the world’s most beautiful symphonies: 484-231-1340.

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Clark Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, 401 West Germantown Pike East Norriton, PA 19403
Serving Audobon, Blue Bell, Eagleville, Lafayette Hill, Lansdale, Plymouth Meeting