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Hearing amplification is the most common treatment for hearing loss, with millions of hearing aids dispensed yearly. Amplification is generally reserved for moderate to severe hearing loss, which can be determined with an audiogram (hearing test). However, any patient, regardless of the extent of hearing loss, with a problem in communication or other bothersome pathology such as tinnitus (ringing in the ear), can be a candidate for hearing aids.

Advances in technology have allowed hearing aids to evolve over the past several years. Large, squealing hearing aids are no longer an accurate representation of today’s hearing aid. In becoming digital, hearing aids are now smaller and less conspicuous while providing better feedback control, noise reduction, and rechargeable battery options. Furthermore, modern hearing aids are equipped with wireless options such as Bluetooth technology, to connect with cellular telephones, televisions and other electronic devices.

There are a number of options to consider when choosing hearing aids. Most importantly is ensuring the hearing aid provides superior sound that improves one’s quality of communication. Style also plays a role in choosing a hearing aid. There are in-the-canal and in-the-ear hearing aids which are invisible to others, as well as behind-the-ear hearing aids that have stronger processing and amplification capabilities.

Another more exclusive type of hearing aid called LYRIC is a completely hidden device (100% invisible) that is offered in only 3% of audiology practices. It does not have to be removed for sleep and can be used while showering and swimming. Additionally, it requires no battery replacement. Our audiologists work to fit it specifically to patients’ ear canals for maximum comfort and effect.


Our practice offers comprehensive ear and hearing care including audiograms (hearing tests), hearing aids, medical care, or even surgical intervention, if necessary. For further information, or to book an appointment with one of our physicians or audiologists, contact us at our Plantation (954-476-0400) or Coral Springs (954-796-0400) office.

ENT Sinus and Allergy of South Florida

220 S.W. 84th Ave, Suite 101  •  Plantation, Florida 33324  •  954-476-0400
3100 Coral Hills Drive, Suite 307  •  Coral Springs, Florida 33065  •  954-796-0400
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