Hear Loss? Choose Cochlear Implant for Quality Life

The damage to the tiny hair cells in the inner ear causes Sensorineural Hearing Loss. This ear loss can be due to the noise, diseases, Otosclerosis, and age. Presbyacusis is another name for the sensorineural hearing disorder. Nerve deafness and the inner ear stem problem both are treated with this treatment.


A complete audiometric assessment and other supporting tests are done to differentiate between the neural and sensory hearing loss, even though they exist in the same ear. The retro-cochlear hearing loss is another name for neural hearing loss.

Sensorineural Hearing Loss treatment is provided to the patients’ based on the cause.

Sudden Sensorineural hearing loss due to viral infection is treated with corticosteroids. The hearing loss due to the tumor is surgically removed. When the hearing loss is mild and tumors are small, the hearing can be saved up to 50% during the tumor removal surgery.

The most common hearing loss is an irreversible Sensorineural hearing loss that can be managed with hearing aids. When the hearing aid does not provide the sufficient support, then this type of hearing loss is surgically treated with Cochlear Implants.

If the hearing loss occurs due to heavy noise, then the condition is treated with corticosteroids for reducing cochlear hair cell swelling and the inflammation for improving healing in the injured ear.

Fluctuating Sensorineural Hearing Loss, the cause may be unknown or associated with Meniere ’s disease. Symptoms of this disease are hearing loss, ringing or buzzing sound in the ear, vertigo. It may be treated with low-sodium diet, corticosteroids, and diuretics. If the vertigo is uncontrollable by medicines, then the apt surgery is performed to void vertigo.

AUM ENT clinic in Mumbai is one of the profound ENT Clinics for Sensorineural Hearing Loss treatment. Our clinic is the best place to offer hearing loss treatment in Mumbai.


Visit us : aumentclinic.com

Mail us: aumentclinic@gmail.com


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