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Treatment

Best Treatment To Resolve The Deafness Issue

ADRO is the leading Hearing Aid Center in Chennai because of its innovative set of clinical procedures followed to diagnose the patients and high tech hearing aid equipment’s used for providing better hearing results.  In short – A versatile Hearing Clinic.

How can hearing loss be treated?

Medicines and SURGERY
Simple infections of the ear causing temporary loss of hearing in children and adults can be treated with medicines like antibiotics and decongestants.

More chronic infections that result in damage to the ear drums or ear ossicles can be treated by Micro ear surgery with very good permanent results. Surgery not only corrects the hearing problems but also arrests the disease from progressing further. Some chronic ear infections involving spread of infection to the bones surrounding the ear can only be treated by surgery and in these specific patients, one should institute surgical treatment as soon as possible.

Micro ear surgery also works very well for patients suffering from Otosclerosis (See above for details), wherein one of the tiny bones affected by the disease is replaced by an artificial one (Stapedectomy) by micro ear surgery.

Hearing Aids

When hearing loss is not correctable by medicines or surgery, or when deafness is due to a weakness of the inner ear or its nerves such as in old age, the best option is an amplification device called a hearing aid. When worn, hearing aids work like magic to restore hearing in the child or adult.

There are several types of hearing aid devices. Some are worn behind the ear and others are very tiny and are worn inside the ear canal, where they sit virtually invisible to an onlooker.

Hearing aids are typically used by children and adults with mild to moderate hearing loss with no other active infections etc. Senior people who lose their hearing due to advancement of age, typically older than 65, also benefit hugely by hearing aids.