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

Plymouth Meeting 19462 Audiologist & Audiology Center

Hearing problems can profoundly impact your entire life. They can onset at anytime for a variety of reasons, be it injury, genetics, or prolonged exposure to ototoxic medications. Fortunately, our Plymouth Meeting audiologists can provide information, support, and services to help you deal with your hearing loss issues.

Finding a reliable supplier of hearing aids in Plymouth Meeting is of extreme importance to those residents with hearing loss problems. Presently, hearing aids are technologically advanced- meaning they are smaller and more reliable than the bulky, manual hearing aids of the past. Today, they are smaller, automatic, and much more clear in auditory delivery.

Additionally, there are many different types of hearing aids available today. This means that depending on what type of hearing issue/severity you are facing, there should be a hearing aid that best fits your personal needs.

Plymouth Meeting Hearing Loss Services

In addition to our wide variety of hearing aid options, we also offer an array of general audiology services in Plymouth Meeting. Hearing loss can occur from things as minor as swimmers ear, wax build up, or ear infections. If you suspect you have any of these issues, taking preventative measures such as seeing an audiologist in Plymouth meeting can always help to save your hearing.

There are a variety of different causes of hearing loss. Some of the most common reasons are included in the following list:

• Otoclerosis. This is a disease that affects the middle ear region. Oftentimes, it affects the movement of bones in the middle ear, causing a conductive loss of hearing. It is typically surgically treatable.

• Ménière’s disease. This cause of this disease is unknown. It affects the inner part of the ear. It’s onset usually occurs between ages thirty to fifty. Symptoms typically include dizziness, ringing in the ear, and sensitivity to loud sounds. Symptoms vary from patient to patient, as this disease can be quite mild to very severe.

• Loud Noise. Exposure to loud noise can cause permanent hearing loss. Long-term exposure to loud noises causes damage to the hair cells in the inner ear, causing hearing loss.

• Acoustic Neuroma. This condition is characterized by a tumor that causes hearing loss.

• Autoimmune inner ear disease. This type of hearing loss occurs very quickly and dramatically, which means patients should seek assistance from a Plymouth Meeting audiologist as soon as possible.

To find out more about hearing loss issues, or if you need a consultation regarding hearing loss you are experiencing, Contact Clark Audiology & Hearing Aid Center today.

Our main priority is helping you hear the sounds that are most important to 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