Our ears consist of an intricate and elaborate system of canals, drums, bones, and more. When one or more of these parts is damaged or malformed, it can lead to conductive hearing loss. While there are many things that can cause conductive hearing loss, below are some of the most common.
- Eardrum perforation
- Constant ear infections that cause fluid buildup
- Allergic reactions
- Outer ear, ear canal, or middle ear structural malformation
- Earwax buildup
When you visit our hearing loss experts at Audiology Innovations, we’ll perform a hearing evaluation to get to the root cause of your hearing problems. For situations where surgery cannot fix the problem, we offer an array of quality hearing aids, listening devices and other forms of ear protection that can help.