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

Eagleville 19408 Audiologist & Audiology Center

Hearing loss occurs for a variety of reasons such as aging, prolonged exposure to loud noises, heredity, and other diseases. Hearing loss is characterized by the sudden inability to interpret sounds. While hearing loss is presently irreversible, there are many options that are made available to the community by Eagleville audiologists.

It’s important to have an experienced and knowledgable provider of hearing aids in Eagleville if you are interested in obtaining the best possible hearing aid option for you specific needs. Hearing aids today are state-of-the-art, ground breaking technology that can help increase even the worst cases of hearing loss that haven’t previously been able to be helped.

Our Eagleville audiologists can talk you through your options thoroughly in order for you to understand which hearing aid will work best for you. It’s important to us that you understand which option covers all of your specific hearing problems possible.

Eagleville Hearing Loss Services

Our audiologists can help treat and detect specific issues and diseases associated with hearing loss. Even issues that are considered to be minor such as wax build up, ear infections, or swimmers ear can cause severe hearing loss it not effectively treated. Our Eagleville audiologists believe in taking preventative measures in order to save your hearing before it is too late.

Hearing loss is caused by a variety of different factors. Some of the most common hearing loss causes include:

• Acoustic Neuroma. Acoustic Neuroma is a tumor that prohibits sound signals from reaching the brain.

• Ruptured Eardrum. Ear drums can be ruptured by a sudden, loud blast of noise, sudden changes in ear pressure, or poking your eardrum with an object (such as a q- tip).

• Damage to the Inner Ear is caused by many things, including aging, and the prolonged exposure of loud noises. In this instance, the nerve cells and hairs in the cochlea are damaged, which prohibit electrical signals from reaching the brain.

• Ménière’s disease. The symptoms of this disease include dizziness, sensitivity to loud noises, and ringing in the ears, however, the cause is unknown. The disease usually presents itself between the years of thirty to fifty.

If you are worried about hearing loss, don’t wait to consult Clark Audiology and Hearing Aid Center today. These symptoms only get worse with time. Since hearing loss is

irreversible, it’s wise to consult a hearing loss specialist in Eagleville today to minimize your damage.

It’s our pleasure to help you hear again in order to be engaged with the world around you: 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