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Today’s technology affords us easy access to a wealth of information, from simple to complex and from fact to fiction.  So if you believe that “knowledge is power” then you have found a safe “web” haven here that clearly and accurately addresses ear and hearing issues, such as: tinnitus, hearing loss, hyperacusis, Meniere’s disease – as well as understanding procedures and viable treatment options available.  You will also find information about audiologists, hearing tests, digital hearing aids, custom made ear products (musician plugs, ear molds and swim plugs), hearing protection, Tinnitus Retraining Therapy, masking, Neuromonics and other services.

The daily challenges we face, demand we give attention to how we find the proper solution to effectively resolve our individual ear and hearing concerns; this will afford us to communicate with confidence and ease on a personal, social and professional level.  This sometimes challenging (tinnitus and/or hearing) journey does not have to be done alone, but rather with the help and guidance of a certified, licensed, knowledgeable and caring audiologist.

All of us at Mraz Audiology Consulting respect your time, and ours, that is why it is important that each of us be easily accessible and readily available to answer your phone calls, emails and snail mail in a timely fashion.

We welcome patients from newborn to geriatric population.  Spanish services are also available (servicios disponible en Español).

This site is designed specifically to be user-friendly, educational, and interactive.

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Dr. Norma Rivera Mraz
Director

Mraz Audiology Consulting, Inc.
3400-C Old Milton Parkway
Suite 385
Alpharetta, GA 30005

770-653-7027 (Office)
678-824-8218 (Fax)

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We provide all of your Audiology and Hearing needs in the Alpharetta area.


Tinnitus

Hypercausis

Hearing Loss

Hearing Aids

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Adult Hearing

A hearing loss is the partial or total inability to hear sounds in one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) ears. Hearing loss occurs when any part of the ear (outer ear, middle ear, inner ear, hearing (acoustic) nerve, and auditory system) is not functioning properly.

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Teenage Hearing

A new national study found that one in five teens has “lost a little bit of hearing” and the problem appears to be increasing substantially in recent years. Here are some examples of noise that may affect a teen (all over 60 decibels): Hair dryer, rock concert, lawn mower, movie theater, and sporting events.

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Infants/Children

The human ear begins development around the 22nd week of gestation and fully functional at birth. Babies are able to hear the sounds around them as soon as they are born. Within a few weeks of life, a baby’s ears collects information, which in turn, fosters brain development.

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Tinnitus
Tinnitus is a sound perceived in the ear(s) or head that is not generated from an outside source. Ringing, hissing, roaring, and crickets are just some of the terms used to describe tinnitus.

Hearing Loss
A hearing loss is the partial or total inability to hear sounds in one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) ears. Hearing loss occurs when any part of the ear (outer ear, middle ear, inner ear, hearing (acoustic) nerve, and auditory system) is not functioning properly.

Hearing Aids
There are different styles of hearing aids, and patients usually make a decision based on what they find aesthetically pleasing. The newest release in hearing aid design, digital technology, and superior performances.

Hearing Protection
GOOD NEWS – noise induced hearing loss, tinnitus and hyperacusis in approximately 30% of the population can be PREVENTED!

Helpful Links
Links to Important Ear and Hearing Websites