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Hearing Loss

Approximately 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss, making it one of the most common physical conditions in the U.S. Often associated with the elderly, in reality more than half of all hearing loss patients are younger than 65. Prevalence does increase with age, however; 1 in 3 people over the age of 60 have…

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Hearing Loss Questionnaire

Pediatric Evaluations

More than 4,000 babies are born with hearing loss each year Babies and young children are not able to tell you they have hearing loss and the first year of life is critical to the development of normal speech and language Oregon requires ALL Newborns have hearing screening at birth If your child is unable…

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Adult Evaluations

Comprehensive evaluations allow us to determine your hearing ability and provide you with the best options to suit your hearing needs. A complete hearing evaluation in conjunction with a physical exam is the first step when considering the use of hearing aids. Consultations for hearing aids are available at no charge to discuss appropriate technology,…

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Custom Earplugs

Various custom fitted hearing protection devices are available to suit a variety of occupations and noise environments. While some custom earplugs are made to reduce noise, others are designed for improved listening and fit of cell phone or MP3 earbud style headphones. Professional musicians and those who attend concerts frequently can benefit from musician’s earplugs,…

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Cochlear Implants

While the majority of people with hearing loss can be helped with hearing devices, for some, even the most advanced and powerful hearing aids are not enough. Thankfully, with continued advances in cochlear implant technology; there may be a solution for you. A cochlear implant is an electronic device that mimics the natural hearing function…

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Bone Anchored

What is a Bone Anchored Hearing System? A bone anchored hearing system is a surgically implanted hearing instrument. It contains a titanium prosthesis that is surgically implanted into the skull with a small abutment for the sound processor to attach to. How it works The device works by picking up the sound in the environment,…

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Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus refers to the perception of sound in one or both ears without the presence of any actual external sound. It is most often described as a ringing in the ear, but others compare it to a hissing, roaring, whooshing, buzzing, or whistling noise. It can be intermittent, appearing or disappearing randomly, or a constant…

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Hearing Center Location

Willamette ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery
3099 River Rd S
Salem, OR 97302
Phone: (503) 581-1567
Mon – Fri: 7:30am – 5:00pm