meet the doctor

Dr. Yusupov has a wide range of experience working with many audiologists, otolaryngologists, otologists, primary care physicians, hearing aid dispensers and other experienced professionals.

His experience entails working with populations ranging from infants to geriatrics, with a scope of practice including conducting complete audiologic evaluations, tinnitus management, cochlear implants, hearing aid evaluations and dispenses and more.

Dr. Artem Yusupov, the founder and director of audiology at the Universal Hearing Center is a clinical audiologist who is passionate about helping patients hearing well again. He always goes out of his way to ensure that each patient has the superior individualized hearing healthcare that they deserve.

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Dr. Artem Yusupov

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What Is An Audiologist?

An audiologist or Doctor of Audiology is a licensed healthcare professional who specializes in diagnosing, evaluating and treating hearing loss and balance disorders in individuals of all ages.

Clinical audiologists need be licensed or registered by the state to practice audiology. As a hearing professional, an audiologist will recommend the most appropriate treatment option for the hearing loss or balance disorder, and will refer to a licensed physician for medical follow-up when deemed necessary.

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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a decline in hearing which can be temporary or permanent depending on the cause and type of hearing loss. It can affect people of all ages, and can range widely in severity. Some common causes of hearing loss are due to aging, noise exposure, genetics, sudden unknown etiology, and ear wax blockage, ear drum perforations and ear infections. Some can be treated medically, while others are permanent in nature and can only be treated non-medically with the help of hearing aids.

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Treatment for Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a symptom of a wide range of underlying conditions. The most common cause of tinnitus is noise induced hearing loss. Other causes of tinnitus may be neurological damage, nerve damage, ear infections, oxidative stress, emotional stress, foreign bodies in the ear, ear wax build-up (cerumen), nasal allergies, certain medications, or exposure to loud sounds. These sounds in the ear may be constant or sporadic in nature, and may be congenital or acquired. The effects of tinnitus may be of slight disturbance or may cause a severe disruption to everyday life.

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Hearing Protection

Noise induced hearing loss is one of the most common causes of hearing loss today. This is why it is vital to engage in the conservation and preservation of our hearing.
We can lose our hearing with one burst of a loud sound, over a few hours, or gradually over time.
Noise induced hearing loss is a function of time, average sound level, and peak levels of loud sounds.

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Cerumen Removal

Ear wax, which is medically known as cerumen is a waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans. It serves to lubricate the ear canals, protects the ear from foreign substances and keeps debris and dust from getting far in the ear canal. Typically, cerumen should clear itself from the ears on its own, however in some cases, it may accumulate and cause impaction/blockage.

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hearing aids

Learn more about the different types of hearing aids.

Now available with slim tubes

Fit with variety of domes or custom made earmolds

Very slim sleek design

Fit with variety of domes or custom made earmolds

Now available with slim tubes and variety of colors

Small sleak design is cosmetically appealing

Suitable to fit a wide range of hearing losses

Custom made to fit your external ear

Easy insertion

Bigger/longer lasting battery

Very small and discreet design

Molded to fit the ear canal partially or completely

Placement of unit within the ear designed to cut down on wind noise

Invisible hearing aid when worn

Fully programmable to your specific hearing losses

Can fit a mild to moderately severe hearing loss

Easy insertion

Bigger/longer lasting battery

Custom made to fit your external ear

help a loved one

When we lose our hearing it usually happens gradually over time, and many times we are not aware of the problem. We start asking people to repeat themselves, to speak louder, and we eventually start believing that those around us mumble consistently .

As a result, ourselves, family members, friends, co-workers and all of those around us become impacted.

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