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Millions of Canadian adults suffer from hearing loss, ranging from a slight decrease in hearing to severe hearing loss that affects their ability to live a normal life. If you’ve noticed a decline in your hearing, a hearing aid can make a big difference to your quality of life.
As one of the Toronto area’s top Audiology and hearing clinics, we’re here to provide the access you need to the latest hearing aid technology. Our team can test your hearing and offer advice on the best solutions to ensure your hearing loss doesn’t negatively affect your life.
As an independently owned clinic, we are free to prescribe hearing aids from all major manufacturers.
The first step to determine whether you have hearing loss is to conduct a hearing test. Audiologists and Hearing Instrument Specialists are specifically trained to conduct hearing tests for adults and children.
As one of the Toronto area’s top Audiology and hearing clinics, we’re here to provide the All House of Hearing locations provide comprehensive hearing tests so that you get a clear and complete picture of your hearing thresholds.
Hearing tests are available for both adults and children.
Tinnitus is when a person hears ringing sounds in one or both ears but for which there is no external source. Tinnitus is often described as a high-pitched sound or ringing of the ears. Sound intensity can range from mild to extremely loud. Tinnitus may be present at all times or intermittently.
Tinnitus affects people differently and is highly subjective. Tinnitus can significantly affect the quality of a person’s life.
Our team of audiologists and hearing instrument specialists have a variety of tools which may give you relief.
Earwax buildup resulting in ear-canal blockage is common and can lead to temporary hearing loss.
Depending on the severity of blockage we may be able to assist you with its removal. For severe cases where wax has built up over time and hardened, it is best if the person softens the ear wax with cerumol (which can be purchased in store) over a week or so before coming in for the procedure.
Before conducting the procedure we will have a look inside your ear-canals and advise the best course-of-action.
Did you know your ears are just as unique to you as your finger prints? Whether you’re a musician, a swimmer or just want a good night´s sleep, our custom-made ear plugs effectively block out noise and protect your ears.
We provide custom earmoulds for many uses including, but not limited to, Musician, Swimmer, Hunter, Motor Cyclist, Dentist, Hairstylist, Industrial Worker, and for sleep. Your hearing is fragile yet extremely important. Take the first step towards protecting it from harmful loud noises.
Throughout the years media and journalists have reached out to House of Hearing for comments regarding matters relating to hearing. We have made multiple contributions to these news outlets and you can read all about them on our media page.
Hearing loss affects millions of people, but thankfully there are prescription hearing aids for any degree of hearing loss. However, if you or a loved one are considering purchasing a hearing aid, it’s essential to have all the facts first. At House of Hearing, we are experts in types of hearing aids, the best options for your needs, and help you know what to expect to help you make an informed decision that will help you hear better.
Hearing loss includes several categories—mild, moderate, severe, and profound—depending on your hearing prescription. The most suitable type of hearing aid will depend on your hearing loss. It’s essential to consult with a hearing care professional if you need a hearing aid so that they can accurately diagnose the severity of your condition and recommend the best style and device for your needs.
A popular style of hearing aid includes Behind-the-Ear (BTE) models that sit behind your ear and use an earmold or dome that fits inside your ear canal to deliver sound.
The most common style of hearing aid, Receiver-in-the-Ear (RITE) or RIC models, sit behind the ear like BTE models but have receivers located directly in the ear canal instead of using an external tube attachment.
Completely-in-Canal (CIC) models fit completely inside the ear canal and can offer more discreteness than either BTE or RITE styles.
Finally, In-the-Ear (ITE) models take up more space in the outer ear than CIC models but allow users access to manual controls on their devices, such as volume control or program selection switches. Hearing aids cost within a range, depending on the level of technology. Cheap hearing aids won’t treat your hearing loss effectively, and we are happy to offer high-quality options within your budget. Please speak with our hearing care professionals at House of Hearing regarding your lifestyle and needs. We’ll fit your hearing aid settings to provide a personalized approach.
For those who want complete discretion when wearing their device, a new style called Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) fits even deeper in the ear canal than CIC devices do—so much so that they are virtually invisible when worn.
IIC devices are custom-made based on an impression of your ears taken by a trained hearing care professional so they fit snugly and comfortably at all times. These devices also have advanced features such as directional microphones for improved speech clarity in background noise or Bluetooth compatibility for direct streaming from media devices such as smartphones or TVs.
Digital hearing aids work to treat your hearing loss and fit with your lifestyle. Whether you need one or two hearing aids, we’ll provide top-level hearing health options at House of Hearing to meet your needs.
Finding the right hearing aid is tailored to your needs, including the severity of loss and lifestyle preferences, such as comfort level when wearing a device or the desired amount of discretion. Working with an experienced provider helps hearing aid users ensure you get fitted with the best product for you to confidently address any hearing issues, such as mild to moderate hearing loss or severe hearing loss, while still feeling comfortable wearing the device throughout their daily activities. Whether selecting one style over another or choosing a particular product, investing in quality products backed by professional advice will guarantee that you get back what matters most—your ability to hear again.