Acoustic Neuroma & Schwannoma
An acoustic neuroma – otherwise known as a vestibular schwannoma – is a benign tumor that presses on the nerve between your ear and brain, disrupting your ear’s normal functions.
Cerumen Impaction (EarWax Blockage)
Cerumen impaction is when an earwax build-up blocks your ear canal and prevents sound from traveling through it.
A cholesteatoma occurs when there is an abnormal skin growth behind the eardrum, potentially harming bones in your middle ear.
Otitis Media & Externa (Ear Infection)
Otitis Media and Externa are ear infections or inflammations that occur in the middle and outer ear, respectively.
Otosclerosis is an abnormal growth of bone in your inner ear that causes progressive hearing loss. It is known to be hereditary.
A perforated eardrum is a hole in your eardrum. This opens up your middle ear to infections, hearing loss, and pain.
Presbycusis is the gradual hearing loss that occurs in the majority of people as they age.
Sudden Hearing Loss
Sudden Hearing Loss, or sudden deafness, is a rapid, unexplained loss of hearing and is a medical emergency.
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