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Coming this Spring: Join Me at the “Use of CBCT in Endodontics” Workshop

Please join me for a 2-day classroom event on the “Use of CBCT in Endodontics” this coming March 4th and 5th in Washington D.C.

This evidence-based program, updated with the most current information, has been presented more than 65 times during the past twelve years. This workshop applies to all limited field of view CBCT scanners.

Are You One of the 25 Million American Adults with Tinnitus?

The Centers for Disease Control reports that about 10 percent of the U.S. adult population (about 25 million Americans) experiences tinnitus. Tinnitus is a condition in which people hear noises, described as a ringing sound, a high-pitched tone, sometimes a humming, hissing, static or buzzing sound. These noises are not objectively present, and that is why we refer to the condition as subjective tinnitus.

8 common causes of hearing loss and is it happening to you?

48 million Americans have significant hearing loss. 1 out of 3 people over age 65 have some degree of hearing loss.  2 out of 3 people over 75 have a hearing loss. 14% of those ages 45-64 have some type of hearing loss.

1) Age Related Hearing Loss:

The most common cause of hearing loss is presbycusis,

Our Office is Now Open – What You Should Know

Dear patients:

Chevy Chase ENT and Audiology is open and, in addition to telemedicine evaluations, we are now available for in-office visits. We are committed to patient, staff and community safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We are taking many precautions to enhance safety and limit exposure without compromising quality of care.

Three Common Ways to Evaluate Your Hearing Aid

There are several ways of evaluating how well a hearing aid compensates for hearing loss.   Below are three of the most common options.


One approach is audiometry, which measures a subject’s hearing levels in laboratory conditions. The advantage of testing in a lab is that threshold levels for various sounds and intensities can be measured under a variety of conditions.

Take This Quick Survey to See if You Have a Hearing Problem

According to the National Institutes of Health, you may have a hearing problem if you answer yes to three or more of the questions below.  If you do, you should consider setting up an appointment with a doctor that specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases of the ear,


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