Drugs That Are Toxic To Hearing: Sensorineural Hearing Loss

sensorineural hearing loss

Sensorineural Hearing Loss

 

Sensorineural hearing loss, also known as nerve loss, causes damage to the inner ear and or the auditory nerve. Potential causes of sensorineural hearing loss include, illness, drugs that are toxic to hearing, family genetics, head trauma, and malformation of the inner ear. Most of the time, this can not be medically or surgically treated and it is known to be a permanent form of hearing loss. This is where 90% of people with hearing aids start out, with nerve loss. Most cases are gradual and form over the years. The most common form of SNHL is age-related. Knowing you have SNHL and doing something about it are two completely different things. After you visit a doctor, find the right hearing aid for your situation, and feel how it changes your life. You will be happier than ever.

Within the many patients we treat, sensorineural hearing loss is one of the most common. The Hearing Doctors (ENT Associates of South Florida), located in Plantation, FL, strive to find solutions in any way we can. Our team of hearing specialists take the time to fully understand your situation and properly assist you further. We have options for hearing aids, appointments, and ways to help you with learning how to move on when you begin to encounter hearing loss. We are here to create happiness, and help patients in anyway we possibly can. Sometimes bad news is the only news we have, but it is all about how it is presented, and what we can do to help, given the bad news. Making sure you get the care you need, when it comes to hearing loss is key. It is so important to understand that hearing is a big deal, and a life-changing aspect if not addressed right away.

 

 

Coping with Sensorineural Hearing Loss

 

Finding out about hearing loss can be one of the hardest things. But having someone on your side to help you get on the right path to a better future is half the battle. Believing that we care about your well-being, and helping you find the right hearing aid is our goal. The Hearing Doctors (ENT Associates of South Florida) want to help, and make life easier for you and your friends or family. Learning about hearing loss for the first time can be hard, however, there are many options available in regards to solutions. Something many people do not understand is that a high percentage of people experience hearing loss at some point in their lives. Not only do adults go through the pain of hearing loss, but some children as well. Let us help you today, do not wait any longer!

 

Contact Us

 

If hearing loss has affected you or a loved one, call 954-476-0400 or come into our Plantation FL, office to make an appointment with one of our knowledgeable ENT doctors. We can provide the answers you have been looking for and do our best to help you find a solution.

 

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