Patient Resources

Vienna Hearing Center believes patients and their families should fully understand their hearing loss, tinnitus, or balance disorder diagnosis. That’s why we’ve put together this library of resources for you to explore. Learn more about these conditions, how they are treated and what technology is available to restore quality of life. If you don’t find the information you need here, don’t hesitate to contact our office. We are always here to help and answer your questions.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    When you or a family member are first diagnosed with hearing loss, it’s natural to have questions. That’s why the audiologist at Vienna Hearing Center has put together this collection of answers to the questions she is most frequently asked.

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  • Guide to Hearing Aids

    The purchase of hearing aids is an investment in better health and an improved quality of life. Download this guide to make an informed decision about your hearing aid purchase.

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  • Hearing – How the Ear Works

    Normal ear functions Hearing is an important sense to your everyday life. From alarms to important conversations throughout the day, our sense of hearing is important to communicating information. The way the auditory system works is incredibly complex and requires a number of functions to work properly, including: Sound is transmitted through the air as […]

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  • Hearing and Balance Disorders

    Many times, vertigo and dizziness are caused by problems that originate in the ear. The vestibular system in the inner ear provides information about body position and contributes to your sense of balance. Understand how your ears can cause hearing and balance disorders.

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  • Hearing survey

    Please answer the question below to the best of your ability. After you choose your answer, the next question will appear. At the end of the survey, you will be provided with a score, and you may send this score to us so we may discuss any hearing loss issues you are having. 1 2 […]

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  • How to Prevent Hearing Loss for Musicians

    Amateur and professional musicians risk damage to their hearing with every practice session and every performance. Over time, exposure to amplified sound damages the hair cells in the ears and leads to sensorineural hearing loss. Learn how to protect your hearing without affecting your ability to perform. Custom hearing protection designed specifically for musicians lowers the decibel range without distorting sound.

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  • Impacts of Untreated Hearing Loss

    Living with untreated hearing loss isn’t just inconvenient; it’s unhealthy. Hearing loss affects mental and physical health. Learn about the connections between untreated hearing loss and dementia, depression, tinnitus and more.

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  • Latest Hearing Health News

    The field of audiology medicine and technology is constantly changing as new research is performed, and new technologies are developed. Stay up to date on the latest news that can impact your hearing health.

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  • Patient Forms

    Your time is valuable. Don’t waste it in the waiting room, filling out forms. Download and print new patient forms from the comfort of home and fill them out in advance. Then bring them into our office for your first visit.

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  • Specials & Promotions

    Find out the latest money-saving offers, specials and promotions at Vienna Hearing Center.

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  • Types of Hearing Loss

    Not all hearing loss is the same. Hearing loss may be temporary or permanent and can range from mild to profound. Learn about the different types of hearing loss, their causes and the most effective treatments for hearing loss.

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  • Understanding Tinnitus

    While temporary tinnitus can be annoying, chronic tinnitus can interfere with your ability to sleep, work and live a normal life. Don’t let tinnitus destroy your quality of life. Understand why tinnitus is a symptom and not a condition and how it can be treated.

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