Does hearing loss get worse as you age? Hearing loss is one of the most common conditions affecting all adults as they age, but it is a slow process. In fact, over one half of those 75 and older have difficulty hearing.
We often think of Spring as the single worst allergy season, but would it be shocking if we said this is not always true? The Fall season offers a lot of positives, but it also offers its own fair share of allergens, which may make it a particularly difficult time of year for some.
You may already know that among the many issues that can cause hearing loss, getting older is significant, it can be genetic and run in families, or it can occur if you are commonly around very loud noises. You might be surprised to learn about the connection between diabetes and hearing loss. We will explain.
Coastal Ear, Nose, & Throat is honored to have been named Best of Savannah for 10 years running.
Dr. Oliver would like to thank all of our amazing patients for their continued support and for voting him as the best otolaryngologist for the past 10 years. He loves and cares for each and every one of his patients! Thank you for trusting us with all of your ENT needs!
When a person finally accepts that their hearing loss is affecting their everyday life including their work environment, personal relationships, and self esteem, it is crucial that they choose the right kind. The difference between buying a hearing aid from an audiologist vs. drug store can leave someone unsure. Let us help you sift through all the information.
Most hearing loss is subtle at first, and you may not even notice a change. In fact, it is usually friends and family who alert someone to their hearing issue. Although children are regularly tested, most adults do not even think about scheduling a hearing test like they would their vision. We have listed 6 reasons to have your hearing tested regularly.
We’ve got exciting news! If you are an established patient, you are now able to book your appointment yourself through the patient portal!
A ruptured eardrum sounds pretty serious, and yet, some people don’t even know they have perforated their eardrum because they felt nothing and had no symptoms. Let’s learn what can cause it to occur and some symptoms to be aware of.
Ear infections are a common early childhood ailment. If you have a child who has chronic bouts of ear infections, you know the drill. Your pediatrician will prescribe antibiotics to treat the infection. It usually clears, but sometimes that infection comes roaring back. What you may not know are the repercussions of these frequent infections and how they may affect your little one. One beneficial treatment is ear tubes. Let’s dive in to what parents should know.
Thank you to everyone that came and helped celebrate our 14th Anniversary! We are so thankful for patients like you all!