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Tinnitus

Have you ever left a concert or club and heard a ringing in your ears? Well, that ringing sound is called tinnitus. Tinnitus, is actually, the perception of a ringing, roaring or hissing sound in your head or ears and it can be temporary or permanent.  Tinnitus is usually related to some kind of hearing … Continue reading Tinnitus

Join Us !

Join us on Saturday June 21st at the St. Margaret’s Bay Community Expo from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The event will be held at Shining Waters Marina (148 Nautical Way, Tantallon)  

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Even though the sound of it Is something quite atrocious If you say it loud enough You’ll always sound precocious Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Now that I have your attention, when was the last time you had your hearing tested? Most of us haven’t had our hearing tested since we were 5-years old going to kindergarten.  But, I … Continue reading Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Six Easy Steps to Better Hearing

For hearing aid users both new and experienced, it takes time to adjust to a new hearing instrument. There are a number of factors that impact this adjustment process and therefore it will vary from person to person. Here are six tips to help make the transition as smooth and successful as possible for you:

Is One Hearing Aid Enough?

This is one of the most common questions asked by our patients. If you have a hearing loss in each ear, you are most likely a candidate for binaural (two) hearing aids. Based on the test results, your audiologist will be able to determine if you would benefit from one or two aids, however the … Continue reading Is One Hearing Aid Enough?

Myths About Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a sign of aging and only impacts “old people” Hearing loss affects all ages; you can be born with hearing loss or the onset can occur at any age. You are especially at risk of having an early onset hearing loss if you have a family history of hearing loss or if … Continue reading Myths About Hearing Loss

I want to have my hearing tested, why should I see an Audiologist?

An Audiologist is the professional who has at least a Master’s level University degree in Audiology. They have received extensive training in anatomy and physiology of the ear. Did you know that our ear doesn’t just collect the sounds around us, but it is a rather complicated system which starts at the ear and follows … Continue reading I want to have my hearing tested, why should I see an Audiologist?

We’re Celebrating!!

Drop by our Elmsdale location today and help us celebrate our 5th anniversary! From 10am-6pm we will have cake, coffee, and great door prizes (including a free pair of hearing aids). We are located at: MacMillan Centre: 550 Hwy 2 Unit 215