All hearing instruments are basically miniature sound systems. Sound is picked up by a microphone, amplified or made louder, then delivered to the ear by means of a tiny loudspeaker. Many people think of hearing aids as large, obtrusive devices, but due to significant technological advances, they can often be virtually unnoticeable.
We offer every brand, model and type of hearing aid in Canada, including the latest digital technologies, all at affordable prices. We stand behind all of our products, providing on-going service and support. After your fitting, we welcome you back for adjustments and follow-up appointments at no additional charge, making sure that you are completely informed and comfortable with your new hearing aids.
Behind -the-ear (BTE) hearing aids consist of a plastic casing containing the electronics, from which the amplified sound is fed through a clear plastic tube to an earmould. The earhook on the behind-the-ear hearing aid connects to this tube which forms the connection to the custom made earmold worn in the user's ear.
This device is similar to an open-fit hearing aid, but differs as the speaker unit is removed from the micro BTE and is attached to a wire which fits inside the ear canal. The speaker units (receivers) come in different power levels so this style of aid can fit a wider range of hearing loss compared to the open-fit. They are comfortable to wear as they can be fitted with soft, rounded tips or custom-made tips.
The world’s smallest receiver in the canal hearing aids are bursting with technology that makes listening fully automatic, high performance, and fully wireless. The smooth lines and nearly invisible size make them comfortable to wear all day long. They deliver natural sound in a discreet design - the smallest sized does not mean compromise.
The world’s smallest rechargeable hearing aid is now available, revealing the industry’s passion for listening to consumers’ needs and responding with technology that performs. This new device delivers all-day listening on an overnight charge, so patients never miss a conversation. Most impressively, these hearing aids allow the wearer to swap the rechargeable batteries with traditional batteries at any time, so they’re never without power. Flexibility at its finest!
People with hearing loss often have difficulty hearing the conversations in movies or on TV especially when there is other noise present (such as actors talking in a street or restaurant scene). People with hearing loss may also have difficulty coping with loud sounds in movies or commercials on TV as the damage to their hearing can result in over sensitivity.
A device that can be plugged into the television that will transmit the sound directly into the hearing aids without having to wear headphones or worry about tripping over cables!
Because the hearing aids are customized for your hearing needs, you will experience superior sound quality compared to an "off the shelf" listening device.
You will also never miss out on conversation as your hearing aids can be adjusted to hear not only the TV but other important sounds happening around you.
Listening with a cell phone is now easier than talking on a home phone, even in noisy environments. Modern hearing aids allow the listener to hear with two ears, not just one.
Hear your mobile phone ring and have a conversation directly through your hearing aids. Simply press a button to answer or call or adjust volume.
Clear and easy-to-understand conversation and no feedback (whistling) from hearing aids. Have the proven benefit of hearing the conversation in both ears!
Listening at a distance of greater than 6 feet is difficult for all listeners and is only made worse if you have hearing loss. Listening in background noise, especially when that noise is other people talking, is also very difficult.
A small, portable microphone that can be clipped onto your conversational partner's clothing and deliver a crisp audio signal directly to your hearing aids.
Can transmit up to 20 feet, helping you hear when you are further away from the speaker (such as at a religious service or meeting) or when you are not facing the speaker (such as in a car).
Hear who you want to hear in a restaurant!
While many people associate hearing loss with the elderly, it can impact people of all ages. Many people 55 years of age and younger experience some type of loss. Don’t hesitate to get the help you need. If you’re concerned about your hearing, contact us to schedule your personal assessment.