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While some forms of hearing loss fall into the “sensorineural” category (involving damage to the inner ear), “conductive” hearing loss is associated with a problem in the middle or outer ear that impedes sound waves from reaching the inner ear. Most common among this type of hearing loss are blockages caused by earwax (cerumen), which is the yellowish, waxy substance secreted by glands in the outer portion of the ear canal. Normally, as the skin of the ear canal grows outward from the eardrum, it carries wax to the ear opening as if it were on a conveyer belt. While proper, routine cleaning generally prevents earwax buildup, over-the-counter earwax softener may be called into use when earwax impedes hearing.

At EAR & HEARING CLINIC, we are committed to providing high quality hearing care, from hearing assessments, to wax removal to hearing aid evaluations and fittings. All together we have over 80 years of combined experience, and we are locally owned and operated. If you feel you or one of your loved ones has a hearing loss, please contact us today to book an assessment and consultation. Our wheelchair accessible and spacious new office features state of the art technology in a patient-centered environment. “Hear the Sounds of Life”

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Book your appointment online, by calling 1-833-669-4425 for more appointment options and availability or by texting 226-220-7982

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