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Dr. Michael Burnett Specializes in Problems of the Ear, Nose, Sinuses and Throat.

As of June 1st, We have reopened our office and are now taking in office consultations.

An ear, nose and throat specialist (ENT) is a physician trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. They have special expertise in managing diseases of the ears, nose and nasal passage sinuses, larynx (voice box), oral cavity and upper pharynx (mouth and throat), as well as structures of the neck and face. ENT is the oldest medical specialty in the United States.



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How To Keep Your Ears Healthy

Once you damage your ability to hear, you can never get it back entirely. While hearing aids may be able to help you recapture some of your hearing, it cannot return your hearing to the level it once was. This is why it is essential to keep your ears healthy. This is not a difficult or time-consuming thing for you to do. All it requires is you adhere to a few simple rules and consider following the three simple recommendations listed below.

Keep the Sound Down

If you want to keep your ears healthy as long as possible, it is important to keep the sound down/ too often, the volume of devices are placed at the highest level possible. This means they are blasting unfiltered directly into your ears via your headphones. Earbuds, while they bring you closer to the music you love, also threaten to harm your ears more seriously than headphones. The result for many teenagers will be degrees of hearing loss that will come sooner rather than later.

The same applies to any loud music. If you have control over the volume at a party, try to restrict the levels. It should be loud enough to enjoy, but not so noisy as to drown out any attempts at conversation.

Limit Exposure to Loud Noises

It is often impossible to escape loud noises in either urban or rural environments. Work may be cacophonous, construction may be happening outside your home. You may like to attend loud concerts. Mowing the grass or using some equipment such as chain saws exposes your ears to loud sounds. All may take you over what is considered the safe decibel (dB) limit of 85 dBs. While the noise may prevent little risk occasionally or if exposure is for a short time period, extended period present a risk to your hearing.

If you want to keep your ears healthy, decrease the exposure to loud noises. Either stay away from situations or wear earplugs. If you require earplugs for your job or need them regularly, try to purchase tailor-made ones. If you only use them occasionally, simple mass-marketed earplugs or ear defenders may be more effective and affordable.

Let a Professional Clean Out your Ears

We are all guilty of it. Our ears are bothering us. They feel dirty or plugged. We use our fingertips or take a cotton swab and stick it in our ear. Anytime you insert an object into your ears, you can cause damage to the components of your ear – particularly the eardrum. Do not attempt to clean your ear. If they feel clogged with dirt or water, talk to a professional about an ear wash or have a professional clean them.

Keeping Your Ears Healthy

Your hearing needs to last you forever. While it will fade as you age, let it do so naturally. Protect your ears as much as possible. If you do not do so, you will live to regret it.

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Michael C. Burnett, MD

115 East 57th Street
(Between Park + Lexington Ave.)
Suite 600
New York, NY 10022