With a network of 82 hearing clinics in Canada and growing, Amplifon is never far away. Please use our clinic locator or have a look at our most frequently searched cities in the list below. Locate your city , schedule an appoointment and drop in to meet an audiologist/Hearing care professional.
Is this your first time struggling to hear? Have you been using hearing aids for long? If you have any difficulties with your hearing, perhaps it’s time you meet an Audiologist/ Hearing care professional near you. We are the global leader in hearing healthcare and it is our mission to help you get a customized hearing aid solution so that you can get back to better hearing.
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Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Saskatoon, Brampton, Mississauga, Milton, Kamloops, London, Nanaimo, Grande Prairie, Fort McMurray, Oshawa, Surrey, Abbotsford, Kingston, Langley, North Vancouver, Victoria, Chilliwack, Oakville, St. Catharines, Thunder Bay, Ottawa, Regina, Richmond, New Westminster, Niagara Falls, Vancouver, Kelowna, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cobourg, Winnipeg
As part of the Amplifon Promise, you'll benefit from cutting-edge testing technology, complimentary hearing tests and peace of mind with our 90-day money back guarantee.
The latest innovative wearable hearing technology is continually developing and becoming smarter at understanding hearing needs in different environments. At Amplifon, you will find the latest hearing technology, suited for you.
Age-related hearing loss is the most common disease in later life years. An early diagnosis offers very good chances to prevent further restrictions with ear protection and other measures and to possibly preserve hearing.
The two most common types of hearing loss are volume loss and intelligibility loss. When hearing is lost, high tones are no longer detected by the ear. Volume loss affects spatial perception.
Implants, surgery and removal of blockages through an operation are a few common treatment methods for hearing loss. A hearing aid is an assitive device that can help combat hearing loss and provide life-long relief.
For a week or two before your appointment, make notes about when and where you’re having difficulty with your hearing. This information will be helpful during the discovery process. Set aside an hour and a half for your appointment. It might not take that much time, but planning for a longer appointment is better than feeling stressed because you’re squeezed for time. Invite a family member or close friend to accompany you to the appointment. Besides helping you feel more comfortable, this person can help you remember all the information you’ll be getting and may think of additional questions to ask your provider.