The Hearing Aid Centre offers premium products with extended warranties at no additional cost, tailored specifically to each of our patients' needs.

   Patient Services

 

  • Hearing assessment

  • Hearing aid evaluation and recommendation

  • Custom hearing aid fitting

  • Extensive follow-up model

  • Hearing aid maintenance

  • Custom noise plugs, swim plugs and musician plugs

  • Assistive listening devices.

 

 

We accept patients covered under:

 

WSIB (Workers safety and Insurance Board)

ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program)

OW (Ontario Works)

DVA (Dept. of Veterans Affairs)

 

 Hearing Aid Styles

 

Deciding to wear hearing aids is a big step. That is why the Hearing Aid Centre offers the latest in hearing aid technology in order to make the transition as easy as possible for you.

CIC ( Completely in Canal)
ITC ( In the Canal)

Types of Hearing Loss

 

 

Hearing loss falls into one of three major categories. 

 

1. Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural loss is related to a problem in the inner ear. It is the most common form of hearing loss and is the type most commonly corrected with hearing aids. Causes include:

    -  Age

    -  Infection

    -  Noise exposure

 

2. Conductive Hearing Loss

Conductive loss refers to a problem in the outer or middle ear and usually indicates normal inner ear activity. This loss is usually treatable with medical or surgical intervention. Causes include:

   -  Wax in the ear canal

   -  Perforation of the ear drum

   -  Fluid in the middle ear

 

3. Mixed Hearing Loss 

This type of hearing problem occurs when both conductive and sensorineural loss are present. The conductive component may be treated, minimizing hearing loss slightly. But the sensorineural component is permanent.

 

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BTE (Behind the Ear)
RIC ( Receiver in the Canal)

Registered members of
Veteran’s Affairs Canada (Formerly DVA).

Registered members of
The Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners
of Ontario

Registered members of The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario (Formerly WCB).

Registered members of The Ministry of Health and Long
Term Care – Assistive Devices Program