Offering the most thorough hearing test in Canada, you can rest assured that you are in good hands. With our new state-of-the-art hearing testing platform, we can address your hearing loss concerns and look for a range of conditions that could be affecting your hearing health. If hearing loss is discovered, our trained Audiologists/ Hearing care professionals will take the time to create a personalized solution.
Did you know 1 in 4 Canadians experience hearing loss? Whether you have noticed specific issues with your hearing, or simply want to provide you and your family peace of mind, our comprehensive hearing test will determine your current hearing level and if required, provide you with helpful recommendations for improvements. You’ll experience the test with a trained Audiologist/ Hearing care professional using the most advanced audiological methods.
Anyone over the age of 50 is encouraged to have their hearing checked regularly. If you believe you are suffering the symptoms of loss or would like to just ensure you’re experiencing all the emotions of sound then don’t hesitate to request a complimentary test.
Our hearing care professionals will take the time to listen and understand your hearing concerns. Then your professional will conduct a full audiological examination, including speech testing, to see how your current hearing aﬀects real-life scenarios. Next, you’ll get to experience our cutting-edge Video Otosocopy, which is an easy & comfortable examine that allows us to safely see what’s happening inside your ears with a tiny camera. Finally, you’ll get peace-of-mind with instant results.
As an audiogram is a graph, it is used to make a comparison between the degree of hearing loss and which frequencies or pitch the hearing loss is at.
The frequency is on the horizontal axis, which is displayed in Hertz (Hz), where 250 Hz is a low pitch sound and 8000 Hz is a high pitch sound. The amount of hearing loss is shown on the vertical axis in decibels (dB), where the higher the number, the greater the degree of hearing loss. Thresholds from 0 to 20 dB are considered to be within normal hearing range for adults. Any results outside of these thresholds typically means that you maybe experiencing hearing difficulties. You may find some environments more challenging than others. The knowledge and expertise of our Audiologists/ Hearing care professionals can help and advise you as to what to do next.
The degree of loss is usually one of the following: