ENT of Georgia partners with licensed audiologists from Advanced Hearing, LLC to enhance patients’ lives through a reconnection to the world of sound. This is done through comprehensive care for conditions related to hearing loss, single-sided deafness, tinnitus and more.
Patients receive comprehensive testing, consultation, and treatment options, in addition to expert advice on hearing protection and hearing loss communication strategies. For those requiring hearing aid devices, purchases may be made directly through our Advanced Hearing LLC counterparts.
If you’re new to hearing tests or hearing aids, the preferred treatment for most hearing loss patients, you’ve come to the right place—ENT of Georgia and Advanced Hearing will work collaboratively to help you take the next steps on your hearing healthcare journey!
Experiencing Hearing Loss?
If so, you are not alone. Hearing loss is one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. It is the third most commonly reported physical condition, following arthritis and heart disease. It affects roughly 20 percent of the American population and can strike people of all ages.
Top 5 Symptoms of Hearing Loss
- Having trouble following conversations with background noise.
- Missing part of the conversation.
- Feeling like others mumble when they speak.
- Turning the volume up on the television.
- Avoiding social gatherings.
Get Your Hearing Tested
A comprehensive audiology evaluation consists of a series of individual diagnostic tests that measure different aspects of your hearing. Following a physical examination and a review of your medical history, you will be given any or all of the following tests:
- Pure-Tone Testing
- Bone Conduction Testing
- Speech Testing
- Acoustic Reflex Testing
- Auditory Brainstem Response
- Otoacoustic Emissions
Considering Hearing Aids
For most individuals with hearing loss, the use of a hearing aid can provide an enormous amount of benefits, more than simply improving your hearing. Below are the benefits many patients see when they decide to finally seek treatment for their hearing loss.
- Improved general health
- Improved professional success
- Improved emotional well-being
Need Help with Tinnitus?
There is no universal cure for tinnitus, but treatments can help make it less of a distraction. Because tinnitus is a side effect of an underlying condition, identifying the problem may lead to a medical or surgical solution. The cure rates for pulsatile tinnitus are relatively high once your specialist identifies the problem.
The most common treatments for tinnitus are:
- Steroid Injections
- Acoustic Therapy
- Hearing Aids