When to Visit the Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist

The Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist is a medical expert dealing with conditions of the ear, nose and throat. The specialist may also treat conditions of the head and neck in addition to the already mentioned conditions.

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The Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist also known as an ENT examines the patient to determine whether a disorder, infection or illness affects ...

Prevent Hearing Loss or Complete Deafness

If you or your child suffers from hearing loss, it is imperative to visit the Ear Institute for a proper hearing test. Certain conditions, if left untreated can lead to partial or complete deafness. People rely on their hearing for communication even more than on their eyes. With their eyes they see the things around them, but with their ears they listen, which enables them to communicate and t...

Hearing Aids Prices and Testing Information

The Ear Institute in South Africa and Namibia is a service provider with the aim of providing quality healthcare services and products at the most affordable prices. Hearing aids prices can be obtained from our offices. In general the price for a hearing test is around R500 depending on the extensiveness of the test performed.

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Vertigo and Nausea Could Indicate an Inner Ear Infection

The auditory organ is divided into three main sections, known respectively as the outer, middle and inner ear. Infection in any of these areas is fairly common and may be caused by bacteria, fungi or viruses. By far the most common cause of earache arises from a microbial invasion that involves the middle section situated between the eardrum and the inner area and includes the Eustachian tub...

Tinnitus Treatment Offers Relief for Sufferers

Often referred to simply as “ringing in the ears”, the condition known as tinnitus appears to have as many possible causes as it has potential treatments. The phenomenon is a very common one that appears to affect as many as 20% of people aged from 55 to 65. It should not be thought of as a disease but rather as a symptom of some underlying condition that, once treated, will, more often ...


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