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We offer specialized earmolds not only for hearing aids, but for hunters, musicians, swimmers, and those who work in loud environments. A custom fit provides improved comfort and increased protection.
The noises we perceive in our surroundings begin as sound waves, which travel through the outer ear, to the middle ear, and eventually into the inner ear (also known as the cochlea). The cochlea contains hair cells that move and turn sound waves into electrical energy, which is then sent to the brain where it is processed. One of the most common causes of hearing loss is noise exposure. Over time, loud sounds can damage the hair cells in the cochlea which do not grow back. This can occur through work like construction or even recreational activities like music or time spent at the shooting range. At Audiology and Speech Solutions, we work to provide you with custom earmolds designed to protect you from future or further noise damage.
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The spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has generated understandable concerns in our community. Please be assured that the health, safety, and well-being of our patients, staff members, and their families is our top priority.
We are open and closely monitoring the evolving situation. We have taken additional precautions in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help minimize the spread of this virus, including:
We ask that any patients who feel ill please stay home and monitor their health. If you need to reschedule an appointment, please call us at (914) 588-8088.
As always, thank you for allowing us to assist with your communication needs.
Dr. Nancy L. Datino