Call Today 248-686-2586www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-MI.com
Amplifying the Sounds     That We Hear:   How Does It Work?Call Today(248) 686-   www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
Before any noise is passed  inside the ear, the amount ofpressure within the ear needs to           be amplified.Call Toda...
The whole process is the           responsibility of the     ossicles, which are a small  grouping of bones within theCall...
Ossicles are composed of:      • Malleus - Hammer          • Incus - Anvil        • Stapes - StirrupCall Today(248) 686-  ...
The malleus is attached to themiddle of your eardrum, which is          on the inside.Call Today(248) 686-   www.Hearing-A...
On the opposite end of the malleus is the incus, which in  turn is connected into the            stapes.Call Today(248) 68...
The way in which the ossiclesare configured controls how the     sounds are amplified.Call Today(248) 686-   www.Hearing-A...
Sound waves work by applyingforce to every single inch of your            eardrum.Call Today(248) 686-   www.Hearing-Aids-...
Call Today 248-686-2586www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-MI.com
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Amplifying the Sounds That We Hear: How Does It Work?
Most of the time, the changes in air pressure are relatively small. They do not apply a lot of force to your eardrum, but since it is extremely sensitive that minuscule amount of force will cause it to move at an increased distance. The cochlea within the inner ear works like a conductor to send the sound through the fluid, instead of sending it through the air.

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  1. 1. Call Today 248-686-2586www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-MI.com
  2. 2. Amplifying the Sounds That We Hear: How Does It Work?Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  3. 3. Before any noise is passed inside the ear, the amount ofpressure within the ear needs to be amplified.Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  4. 4. The whole process is the responsibility of the ossicles, which are a small grouping of bones within theCall Today middle ear.(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  5. 5. Ossicles are composed of: • Malleus - Hammer • Incus - Anvil • Stapes - StirrupCall Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  6. 6. The malleus is attached to themiddle of your eardrum, which is on the inside.Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  7. 7. On the opposite end of the malleus is the incus, which in turn is connected into the stapes.Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  8. 8. The way in which the ossiclesare configured controls how the sounds are amplified.Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  9. 9. Sound waves work by applyingforce to every single inch of your eardrum.Call Today(248) 686- www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-
  10. 10. Call Today 248-686-2586www.Hearing-Aids-Clawson-MI.com
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