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Make an Appontment or call Metro Hearing at 905.273.7717 to arrange for:

Free Hearing Test

Like seeing your doctor or dentist annually, we recommend a hearing check every 12 months if you are over 55, or work in a loud environment. The first hearing test is important for setting a baseline – then changes can be plotted over time. If you or someone you care about is wondering whether they may have hearing loss, taking a test can give a quick indication of hearing loss. Remember, if you are having difficulty communicating in any situation, it may be time for a hearing test at a clinic.

Hearing Aids

Which type of hearing aids will work best with your lifestyle, communication needs and budget?  Our professional will recommend a solution for you based upon your individual hearing loss, ear shape, lifestyle, colour preference and listening environments.

  • Behind-the-Ear (BTE)
  • In-the-Ear (ITE)
  • In-the-Canal (ITC):
  • Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC)
  • Invisible Open Technology (IOT)

Evaluation Meeting

It’s a fact of life that over the years, and for many reasons, our hearing can diminish. Because there are many reasons for hearing loss, each person’s experience is individual. To understand how your hearing health is impacting you we will:

  • Review your hearing health history,
  • Otological (dealing with the ear) history, noise exposure and general health,
  • Ask you about the communication situations that you’d like to improve,
  • Conduct a professional hearing test.

Hearing Loss Info Session

The degree of hearing loss also varies with each individual. Our professional may discuss the following categories of hearing loss with you as a general guideline:

  • Mild hearing loss: soft sounds are difficult to hear,
  • Moderate hearing loss: soft and moderately loud sounds are difficult to hear,
  • Severe hearing loss: conversations have to be conducted loudly,
  • Profound hearing loss.

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