Our ears are the gateway to speech, music, and the sounds of nature, but they also bring damaging noise into our lives and can cause us pain and problems.

 

Hearing loss increases with age and is caused from everyday things like lawn mowers, road construction, and even loud TV or radio broadcasts — all as the various parts of the ear become less responsive. Further, ear infections that inflame the middle ear due to bacteria from fluid buildup behind the eardrum may not only be painful but can also present other complications. One of the other conditions ear specialists treat every day is dizziness, which has a number of different causes. Our clinic is dedicated to helping you find the exact problem you have and then crafting a solution.

The research at the government-funded National Institutes of Health and other public-private and university programs is constantly yielding new insight into these age-old problems. New technology and tools are also always in development. Our commitment to you is to keep you in the know about the latest developments in all ear-related health areas.

Once you feel you’ve learned what you can here, our specialists would love to meet with you and discuss your unique symptoms. We’ve made it as easy as clicking on one of the options to the right, and you’ll be starting on the road to better health and happiness.


Ear Infections

An ear infection is never something we want to deal with. However, it’s important to recognize the symptoms of this common condition and the available treatment options.

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Swimmer’s Ear

Swimmer’s Ear is a common condition that can affect those who swim often or anyone with open exposure to high levels of water, sand, dust, or dirt.

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Bone Anchored Hearing Aid

Osseointegrated Hearing Implants — also known as the OHI system or Bone Anchored Hearing Aids — are surgically implantable hearing devices that are typically recommended for individuals who won’t benefit from external hearing aids for one of many possible reasons.

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Ear Tubes

Ear infections and/or fluid in the middle ear may become a chronic problem leading to other issues such as hearing loss, behavior, and speech problems. In these cases, insertion of an ear tube by an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist) may be considered.

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