Telehealth Appointments - ClearSound Hearing NY

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Enjoy the Sounds of Life Again at ClearSound Hearing Centers From the Comfort of Your Home

Why offer appointments remotely? ClearSound Hearing Centers understands the life-altering impact that hearing loss can have. With Covid-19 being so prevalent, this and other circumstances may prevent you from physically coming into one of our offices. Our goal is to help you restore your hearing clarity and eliminate the sense of isolation that hearing loss can cause any way we can! Our audiologists strive to offer the most advanced and effective hearing care solutions in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY. 

Since the year 2000, our experienced audiologists have helped over 20,000 patients like you with hearing loss, tinnitus, dizziness, and hearing-related conditions. Because of our extensive experience and compassionate approach in providing hearing care, patients of ClearSound Hearing Centers enjoy our state-of-the-art treatment technology for the chronic medical condition of hearing loss. 

The TeleHealth appointments can be conducted over the telephone or online via Zoom Meetings.

 

Choose the Type of Telehealth Appointment You Would Like to Schedule:

Clearness Of Hearing

Schedule a virtual appointment with our doctors and receive assistance from the comfort of your home! Not being able to hear clearly is a common symptom of hearing loss- whether it be hearing muffled speech or not hearing those music notes the way you used to, let’s address it and help bring back your hearing clarity.

Stay Connected to Your World with Award-Winning Hearing Professionals

Staying connected at every moment is vital to living a full and meaningful life. Being unable to hear and understand what people are saying or have conversations with your loved ones can lead to withdrawal, isolation, depression, and even dementia. If you seek clearness of hearing in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY, ClearSound Hearing Centers can help. Our highly experienced audiologists and their compassionate hearing team understand the frustrations of hearing loss and can help you stay connected through state-of-the-art Neurotechnology™.

We hear with our brains, not with our ears.

Today’s NeuroTechnology™ is the only proven hearing loss treatment option that focuses on improving brain function by providing enhanced clarity surround sound with background noise-canceling features.

NeuroTechnology™ treats hearing loss by using complex stimulation patterns to help replace decreased auditory input to the brain. Traditional hearing aids just make things louder, but with today’s new NeuroTechnology™ treatment options, you can hear more clearly and more naturally – in all listening environments – even in noisy restaurants!

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Hearing Clarity & Clearness

Ringing In Ears- Tinnitus

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5-Star-Rated Care Helps Stop the Ringing So You Can Start Enjoying Life Again

Do you frequently or constantly hear ringing, buzzing, whooshing, or other unwanted sounds in your ears? Does the sound bother you enough that it’s affecting the quality of your social life and other activities? If so, then you may be suffering from tinnitus. In medical terms, tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sounds in your ear when no external sound exists. It has been described as ringing, hissing, buzzing, whistling, or roaring, and it’s present in about 73% of people with some form of hearing loss. Since 2000, our tinnitus specialist in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY, has helped thousands of people find relief from tinnitus.

What Causes Tinnitus?

Tinnitus won’t cause you to lose your hearing, but it is a leading indicator of hearing loss, even mild hearing loss. While the exact cause of tinnitus is not known, there are sources that can trigger it and make it worse. These include:

  • Loud noises and hearing loss – Exposure to loud noises can destroy the non-regenerative cilia (tiny hairs) in the cochlea, causing permanent tinnitus and/or hearing loss.
  • Aging – The natural aging process can cause the same cilia to gradually deteriorate, which can lead to tinnitus and/or hearing loss.
  • Ototoxic medications – Medications such as antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, and antidepressants can be harmful to the inner ear and the nerve fibers connecting the cochlea to the brain.
  • Hearing conditions – Disorders like otosclerosis and Ménière’s disease can cause tinnitus.
  • Health conditions – Cardiovascular disease, hypertension, stress, and head injuries can also cause symptoms of tinnitus.

Is There A Cure?

There is currently no cure for tinnitus but the American Tinnitus Association recommends counseling and sound therapy as effective ways to get relief.

Our experienced, compassionate audiologists can help recommend a course of action to deal with this persistent problem, including using FDA-approved Tinnitus Therapy options to treat and reduce your tinnitus.

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Ringing in the Ears / Tinnitus

Reducing Risk of Dementia

Restore Your Hearing & Reduce Cognitive Decline With Our First-Rate Providers

If you have hearing loss, you are at a greater risk of developing cognitive decline and dementia. In fact, new research has found that treating hearing loss is the single most modifiable risk-factor for reducing the risk of dementia. And, while your risk increases with the degree of hearing loss, you should know that even mild hearing loss can increase your risk by as much as 200%! If you or a loved one struggles to hear clearly, our 5-star-rated care from exceptional providers includes reducing dementia risk in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY.

You may have hearing loss if you struggle from any of the following:

  • Difficulty hearing when there is background noise
  • TV or radio needs to be louder for you than for your spouse or family
  • Trouble following a conversation in the car
  • The common need to ask others to repeat themselves

Slowing Down & Preventing Dementia

Whether your hearing loss is slight or significant, your cognitive abilities are likely to be negatively affected. A Johns Hopkins medical study demonstrated that untreated hearing loss increases the risk of developing dementia by 200 to 500%.

The good news? There is hope. According to recent evidence from Columbia University, today’s leading treatment options for restoring hearing can help to slow down or prevent the development of dementia. At ClearSound Hearing Centers we combat dementia by staying at the vanguard of modern hearing technology. Our mission is to help keep your mind sharp!

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Reducing the Risk of Dementia

Dead Ear Care

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Experience Exceptional Care & Improved Hearing with Our Expert Treatments

If you have lost hearing in one ear and have normal hearing in the other, you have a condition known as a dead ear. Also known as single-sided deafness (SSD), dead ear condition can also signify one normal ear and one very poor ear. Having a dead ear can dramatically affect your overall hearing and daily routines. If you are seeking treatment for a dead ear in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY, ClearSound Hearing Centers is here to help.

How Dead Ear Affects Your Daily Life

  • When you have two good ears, you can tell which direction a sound is coming from. With a dead ear, It’s more difficult to do so.
  • If you are in a busy environment with heavy background noises, it may be harder to hear a conversation, even if the person is talking right in front of you.
  • It takes a lot longer to focus and understand someone’s speech when there’s a lot of noise and you’re doing tasks. You may even miss what the person is saying if you’re busy doing something and they talk into your dead ear.
  • With two good ears, you hear noises equally from both ears. With a dead ear, most noises will sound softer and more subdued from the use of only one ear.

How We Can Help

While we can’t make your dead ear hear normally, we can treat your condition through your good ear with the right hearing aids. Typically, a microphone and transmitter are placed in your dead ear and the information it receives is sent to your head and then crosses over to a receiver in your good ear.

You don’t have to continue living with the sounds of silence! Our audiologists are here to help you hear better even if you have a dead ear. From locating where a sound comes from, to hearing a conversation, to understanding someone is speaking to you, we are here to listen and to enrich your life with better hearing.

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Dead Ear Treatment

General Hearing Appointment

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Enjoy the Sounds of Life Again at ClearSound Hearing Centers

ClearSound Hearing Centers understands the life-altering impact that hearing loss can have. Our audiologists strive to offer the most advanced and effective hearing care solutions in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, NY, including comprehensive hearing care and hearing aid assistance. Our goal is to help you restore your hearing clarity and eliminate the sense of isolation that hearing loss can cause.

Since 2000, our experienced audiologists have helped over 20,000 patients like you with their hearing loss and hearing-related conditions. Patients of ClearSound Hearing Centers enjoy our state-of-the-art treatment technology, extensive experience, and compassionate approach in providing top-notch hearing care.

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General Hearing Appointment

Our doctors and team at ClearSound Hearing Centers provide 5-star-rated hearing care to patients in Brooklyn, Queens, Woodbury, Lake Ronkonkoma, Forest Hills & North Babylon, NY, and surrounding areas.