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Our ears are like antennae picking up signals from different directions. The complex structures of the ear process these signals and pass them on to the brain, where they are interpreted. Therefore, for optimum hearing, it is best if both ears are fully functioning. But what exactly happens when sound waves enter the ear?
What is tinnitus?
Hearing loss: How it occurs
Your Hearing Specialists
How can I have my hearing tested?
Preventing and treating tinnitus
Signs of hearing loss
Age-related hearing loss
What is an audiogram?
Ear wax removal
What is sudden hearing loss?
How do we hear?
Noise-induced hearing loss
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