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Deviated Septum Treatment Options

A deviated septum can be more than just a minor inconvenience. It may lead to breathing difficulties, sleep disturbances, and recurrent sinus infections. The good news is there are effective deviated septum treatment options available.…

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How Otosclerosis Affects Your Hearing

Otosclerosis, also called otospongiosis, is a condition many might not have heard of, but its effects on hearing can be profound. This progressive ear disorder involves the bones of the middle ear, leading to hearing…

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What to Expect During a Hearing Test

Our sense of hearing plays a crucial role in our everyday lives. A hearing test can help ensure we can hear clearly, communicate effectively, enjoy our favorite music, and remain alert to the sounds of…

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7 Ways to Find Tinnitus Relief

Tinnitus is a condition that causes a person to hear sounds, such as ringing, buzzing, or whistling, even when no external sound source is present. Living with tinnitus may be difficult, and finding tinnitus relief…

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Exploring the Causes and Symptoms of a Balance Disorder

Balance is a fundamental aspect of our daily lives, enabling us to maintain stability, move confidently, and navigate the world around us. However, for many individuals, having a balance disorder can disrupt these essential functions…

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Tips for Optimal Hearing Protection at Concerts

Concerts are a great way to see some of your favorite bands perform live and experience the music you love. However, listening to loud music for prolonged periods of time may take a toll on…

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Home Remedies for Itchy Ears

Having itchy ears may be quite bothersome, and you might be inclined to scratch your ear to try and find relief. However, before you reach for a cotton swab, consider these natural home remedies for…

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What Causes Ringing in Your Ears?

What Causes Ringing in Your Ears?

Tinnitus, commonly known as ringing in the ears, is a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. The sounds you hear may be buzzing, humming, or whistling and can range from low to high in…

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Marc Dean, MD is a board certified otolaryngologist, in Fort Worth, Texas, specializing in ear and sinus disease.

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