Treatments for Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural changes are not reversible through medications or surgery, and currently the most effective treatment is appropriately selected and adjusted acoustic hearing aids of various styles. Some acoustic hearing aid users find that their hearing aids are useful in most listening situations, but commonly report that these traditional acoustic hearing aids may not provide a natural or satisfying listening experience and do not meet their expectations of sound quality. Earlens is a new treatment option for this population, and was designed and developed to overcome the limitations of traditional hearing aids and provide a superior, more natural listening experience.

There are other treatment options available which may be more appropriate for your unique needs, depending on the specific type and degree of hearing impairment. The most suitable treatment approach is a decision best made between a hearing healthcare provider and the individual seeking treatment after careful consideration of the hearing impairment, patient needs and expectations.