Treatments Available

  • Hearing testing
  • Hearing aids
  • Hearing aids programming & maintenance
  • Surgery to repair hearing

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Our Services

Our audiology services start with hearing testing and include a range of care options for hearing loss treatment. We offer surgeries to repair hearing, hearing devices, and maintenance services.

Hearing Testing

Hearing testing is the first step in assessing auditory health and function. Our comprehensive evaluations, conducted in sound-treated rooms, measure hearing sensitivity for a range of frequencies and intensities, ensuring accurate diagnosis of hearing levels. These tests are crucial for creating personalized treatment plans and are suitable for patients of all ages.

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Hearing Aids

Our audiology department provides a wide selection of hearing aids, from behind-the-ear to in-canal models, tailored to your specific hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. Our experts will guide you through the selection process, ensuring you find the suitable device to enhance your hearing and improve your quality of life.

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Programming and Maintenance for Hearing Aids

For optimal performance, hearing aids require precise programming and regular maintenance. We offer customized programming to match your auditory profile and provide ongoing support, including cleaning and repairs, battery changes, and adjustments to keep your hearing aids functioning perfectly for clear, consistent hearing.

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Surgery to Repair Hearing

For some hearing conditions, surgery may be the recommended treatment. Our ENT surgeons specialize in procedures to repair hearing, including cochlear implants and tympanoplasty, offering hope and improved hearing to those with suitable conditions. Our team ensures you receive comprehensive care from evaluation to post-surgery rehabilitation.

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Assistive Listening Devices

Apart from hearing aids, various assistive listening devices are available to help with specific hearing challenges. These include amplified telephones, FM systems, and infrared devices designed to enhance speech comprehension in challenging listening environments, offering additional support for those with hearing impairment.

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Hearing testing and our board-certified audiologists at Louisiana ENT Specialists

We understand the importance of precise hearing assessment at Louisiana ENT. Our audiologists are extensively trained healthcare professionals specializing in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss and related auditory disorders. They perform a series of tests to determine the nature and extent of hearing loss, using advanced diagnostic tools to assess:
At Louisiana ENT, we recognize that hearing is a critical aspect of your overall health. Our hearing assessments, conducted by expert audiologists, are comprehensive evaluations designed to determine the presence and extent of hearing loss.

Hearing testing at Louisiana ENT

Hearing tests are non-invasive evaluations used to measure hearing acuity. At Louisiana ENT Specialists, we provide these critical assessments to patients of various ages, ranging from newborns to adults. The goal is to detect any degree of hearing impairment and to guide our patients through the necessary steps for improvement or adaptation.

  • Pure-tone audiometry: This test determines the faintest tones a person can hear at different pitches, establishing the minimum threshold of hearing.
  • Bone conduction testing: Essential for distinguishing between conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, this test can help pinpoint whether issues lie in the outer/middle ear or the cochlear/nerve function.
  • Speech audiometry: This test evaluates how well patients can detect and comprehend speech, providing insights into hearing loss's practical implications.
  • Auditory brainstem response (ABR): A more in-depth evaluation, the ABR test investigates the neural pathways from the ears to the brainstem, often used for individuals who cannot participate in conventional hearing tests.
  • Otoacoustic emissions (OAE): This objective test measures the ear's response to sound by capturing the emissions produced by the inner ear, indicating cochlear health.
  • Tympanometry: A test of middle ear function, tympanometry assesses eardrum mobility in response to air pressure and can help identify fluid in the middle ear, eardrum perforations, or wax blockages.
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Why choose Louisiana ENT for hearing issues?

In hearing health, you deserve treatment from hearing specialists. At Louisiana ENT Specialist, we pride ourselves on providing:

  • Personalized care: Experience true one-on-one care at Louisiana ENT, where our warm bedside manner makes you feel valued and heard.
  • Collaborative relationships: We believe in a patient-physician partnership that aims for superior outcomes, fostering a collaborative environment for your health journey.
  • Timely and compassionate service: Louisiana ENT stands out for delivering compassionate, attentive care promptly, respecting your time and well-being.
  • Unmatched expertise: As the largest ENT group in Louisiana, our fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians offer an unmatched level of expertise and care.
  • Culture of excellence: Our team is made up of a group of independent physicians united by a shared goal of excellence and a familial, supportive culture.
  • Root-cause analysis: We are dedicated to tracing symptoms back to their source, ensuring long-term relief and a better quality of life.
  • Comprehensive ENT network: Benefit from the extensive collaboration within our physician network, which enables us to offer the fullest spectrum of ENT care.

Choosing Louisiana ENT Specialist for your hearing issues means opting for a team that not only provides excellent medical attention but also cares deeply about your auditory health and overall well-being.

With 6 convenient locations around the Louisiana area, we're never far away.

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