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Amplifying the Sounds That We Hear: How Does It Work? Call Today (248) 686-2586

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Before any noise is passed inside the ear, the amount of pressure within the ear needs to be amplified. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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The whole process is the responsibility of the ossicles, which are a small grouping of bones within the middle ear. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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Ossicles are composed of: • Malleus - Hammer • Incus - Anvil • Stapes - Stirrup Call Today (248) 686-2586

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The malleus is attached to the middle of your eardrum, which is on the inside. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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On the opposite end of the malleus is the incus, which in turn is connected into the stapes. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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The way in which the ossicles are configured controls how the sounds are amplified. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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Sound waves work by applying force to every single inch of your eardrum. Call Today (248) 686-2586

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Amplifying the Sounds That We Hear: How Does It Work?