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Treat Your Hearing Loss

Early identification of hearing loss is most important. The sooner you diagnose and treat you hearing deficits the more success you will have with your treatment options. 

It is not uncommon for people to deny they have hearing loss, or that it is not “that bad”.

Hearing loss is typically gradual, meaning that it happens over the course of several years. You may not even realize how often you say “what, pardon me?” You slowly increase the volume on the tv, not even realizing that it is louder than others may like it. These are signs of hearing loss and you should give us a call. We can help!

How Hearing Loss Affects You

Hearing loss affects everyone differently. You may not feel like socializing with friends and family as much. You may feel “left out” of things. You may feel “stupid”. Most people become frustrated always asking for repetition. Hearing loss can affect your memory, your overall health, and your self-confidence.

You do not need to “live with it” or avoid situations that are hard. We are here to help you get back to living life!

Make an appointment to determine your best option.

Treating Hearing Loss

South Shore Hearing can determine what type of hearing loss you have and your treatment options. 
  • Conductive Hearing Loss: Caused when there is a problem in the middle ear. This may be temporary or medically treatable.
  • Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Caused when the tiny hairs in the cochlea are missing or damaged.
  • Mixed Hearing Loss: A combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss.



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Talk to the Experts
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 “I have been a patient at South Shore Hearing Center for over 20 years. The knowledge, care, and treatment I receive are always exemplary. I cannot say enough about the entire staff and the quality of care they provide.”

– P. S., Patient
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