Tinnitus Specialists for the Conroe, North Cypress, The Woodlands, 249 & Spring Cypress, Tomball, Spring, Klein and Montgomery Communities.

If you’re experiencing a “ringing in the ears” sensation or you’re hearing sound when there is no sound to be heard, whether hissing, roaring, whistling, chirping or clicking, then you may have Tinnitus.

With 30% of Americans experiencing Tinnitus at some point in their life, from young children through to older generations, it’s incredibly common, however persistent tinnitus is much more common in people that have a hearing loss.

Although the majority of people with tinnitus are still able to continue with their day-to-day lives, a small percentage of people have reported that it severely effects them.

Although Tinnitus is often incorrectly labelled as a disease, it’s actually a side effect of other things that are happening in your ear and is often a result of several causes.

These vary from noise-induced hearing loss (the most common reason) to a build-up of ear-wax, certain medications, sinus infections, jaw misalignments or head & neck complications.

The best solution for Tinnitus is heavily dependent on the outcome of the non-invasive and simple tests to determine your unique circumstances.

At Clarity Hearing, our team of tinnitus specialists will give you a comprehensive hearing evaluation to help you find the reason for your tinnitus, before discussing your solutions and options.

But with untreated tinnitus often worsening, it’s highly recommended to be seen by a specialist as soon as possible.

Schedule your appointment today with your local tinnitus specialists.

Good service! I am a Naval veteran that was diagnosed with tinnitus (ringing in the ear). I was set up by the VA to receive a hearing aides that can have background sounds programmed into the device.  The staff schooled me on the use and cleaning of the device. They gave me everything I needed to get started. I would recommend them to anyone. Job well done

Clark Thurmond

Schedule a Tinnitus Assessment

If you or a loved one is struggling with the ringing, buzzing, or humming sound often related to tinnitus on a frequent or ongoing basis, the first step to managing the condition and its effect on your quality of life is a hearing assessment.

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