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4887 Coconut Creek Parkway
Coconut Creek, Florida, 33063

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Most people take their senses for granted and find it unfathomable to imagine life without the ability to see or taste.

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    • Call Today (954) 633-8630 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Coconut-Creek-FL.com
    • A Family of Hearing Disorders
    • Most people take their senses for granted andfind it unfathomable to imagine life without the ability to see or taste.
    • Deaf culture hinges on the notion that the lack of sound makes the human experience altogether different and novel.
    • Deafness is denoted by the inability to detect certain frequencies of sound but it isnt a one-shot deal.
    • Hearing loss comes in the mild (a loss of 26 to 40 decibels),moderate (loss of 41 to 55decibels), moderately severe(loss between 56 and 70decibels), severe (71 to 90decibels) and profound (91decibels and greater) flavors.
    • Treatment for deafness varies, and is dependent on factors such as age, lifestyle and severity.
    • Another hearing disorder, perhaps more sinister than deafness, is tinnitus, which is characterized by aconstant buzzing, whirring or crackling in the ears.
    • Related to tinnitus is a condition knownas hyperacusis. About 40% of the peoplesuffering from tinnitus also suffer fromhyperacusis, described as a severeadverse repulsion from sharp sounds.
    • Call Today (954) 633-8630 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Coconut-Creek-FL.com