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

Lafayette Hill 19444 Audiologist & Audiology Center

Hearing issues can dramatically impact almost every aspect of your life. They can decrease your quality of life in terms of sociality, personal interests, and general ability. Hearing issues can occur for a variety of reasons at any age due to exposure to ototoxic medications, genetics, or injury. Our Lafayette Hill audiologists are here to provide the necessary support and services to help deal with any hearing loss issues you might be facing.

Having a reliable supplier of hearing aids in Lafayette Hill PA is an important service to the community. The hearing aids of today are way more advanced than the hearing aids of the past. They are much more technologically advanced in their aesthetic and functionality. Primarily, they’re much more clear in sound delivery. They’re also much smaller and automatic, so you wouldn’t have to be continuously adjusting it.

For the convenience of patients, there are many different types of hearing aids that are available today. There is a hearing aid that will fit your individual needs depending on the severity/type of hearing issue that you are experiencing.

Lafayette Hill Hearing Loss Services

Our audiology services in Lafayette Hill are comprehensive and thorough. We are skilled in dealing with a variety of issues that cause hearing loss including swimmers ear, wax build up, or ear infections. While these issues might seem minor, taking preventative measures by seeing a Lafayette Hill audiologist will help increase the chances of saving your hearing in the long term.

As previously noted, hearing loss can occur for a variety of reasons. Some of the most commons reasons include:

• Loud Noise. Being exposed to extremely loud noise can cause permanent hearing loss. Loud noise will damage the hair cells in the inner ear and cause hearing loss, and perhaps deafness if preventative measures aren’t taken.

• Otoclerosis. This disease affects the middle ear region. It typically affects the ways in which the bones move in the middle of the ear, which affects hearing. It is usually treatable by way of surgery.

• Ménière’s disease. Ménière’s disease cause is currently unknown. It affects the inner part of the ear, onsetting usually between the ages of 30-50. Symptoms include dizziness, ringing in the ears, and sensitivity to loud sounds. The severity of system varies in each patient from mild to severe.

• Autoimmune inner ear disease. This is a type of hearing loss that occurs extremely quickly and rather dramatically. In this instance, a patient should seek assistance from a Lafayette Hill audiologist immediately.

• Acoustic Neuroma. A tumor is the contributing factor of hearing loss in this condition. If you feel that you are currently being affected by any of these conditions, consult Clark Audiology and Hearing Aid Center today.

We’re here to help you hear life’s music: 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