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Resources and Information

How loud is too loud?

When a noise is too loud is begins to kill the nerve endings in the inner ear. The more you are exposed, the more nerve endings are destroyed, and the worse your hearing will be.

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Why can't I breathe through my nose?

Nasal congestion, stuffiness or obstruction to nasal breathing can range from being a nuisance to some to seriously detracting from the quality of life...

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Why do I lose my voice every time I have a cold?

A hoarse voice, or abnormal changes in voice quality, may sound breathy, raspy, strained, or there may changes in volume and pitch to include a total loss of voice.

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Don't wait if you suspect hearing loss.

As we grow older, the deterioration of auditory functions (presbycusis), or hearing loss, becomes more common. 

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Do I need a hearing test?

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What's so great about digital hearing aids?

Digital Hearing Aids have brought major improvements in the quality of sound reproduction. 

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Chronic Otitis Media
(Middle Ear Infection)

Otitis media refers to inflammation of the middle ear. When infection occurs, the condition is called “acute otitis media.”

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Understanding Keloids

Keloids are raised, flesh colored nodules that develop at the site of an injury. After an injury has occurred to the skin, both skin cells and fibroblasts begin multiplying to repair the damage.

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