Can Hearing Loss More Than 95dB Be Able To Use Hearing Aids?
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Basically, hearing loss up to more than 95 dB HL is included in profound hearing loss or total hearing loss or not being able to hear a sound at all. Currently, there are hearing aids that are made specifically to help people with hearing loss that is so heavy that they have a complete hearing loss, so hearing aids may indeed be able to help your child hear better. However, each person's case is certainly different. Hearing aids like this can indeed help some people, but some others need other therapies such as bone-anchored hearing system (hearing aids implanted into the skull) or cochlear implants (hearing aids more complex that have external components- which is outside the ear and internally-operated are inserted into the ear and connected to the auditory nerve).
To find out the best option for your child, you should consult directly with the ENT doctor who treats your child.
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