May 4, 2023

We are dedicated to serving Belle River residents and helping improve their hearing loss. Our online hearing test is available to you, or you can schedule an in person hearing test at any one of our locations by calling us at 519.352.1601.

Hearing loss can be categorized in three ways:

Conductive Hearing Loss Due To Obstructions

When the ear canal has a disruption in the sound’s path from the outer/middle ear to the inner ear, it is categorized as conductive hearing loss. This type of hearing loss is also experienced when there is a blockage in the ear canal, whether ear wax or liquid, which stops the sound from reaching the ear drum. There are many treatments for conductive hearing loss including: surgical treatments, medical treatments, and ear wax removal, all provided to Belle River residents within our modern hearing clinics.

Prevalent Sensorineural Hearing Loss

As the most common type of hearing loss, we often treat sensorineural hearing loss (or sensorineural deafness). When sensorineural hearing loss is occurring, sounds become difficult to hear. Many describe voices becoming distorted or speaking sounds like mumbling. Sometimes caused by the natural aging process, sensorineural hearing loss is also triggered by excessive exposure to noise. Hearing aids are often used in the treatment of this type of hearing loss, which you can browse and have installed within our hearing clinics near the Belle River area.

Other Kinds Of Hearing Loss

Whether your hearing loss is impacting a single ear, or you’re losing certain sound frequencies such as high or low frequencies, if your life is being disrupted your first step is to book a hearing test to diagnose your hearing loss to find effective treatments.

Ready to provide you with expert analysis and convenient treatment options, our hearing care technicians are trained to deliver the test and target solutions.

If you live in Belle River or the surrounding area, we want to help! – schedule your hearing test online, or phone 519.352.1601 to book your in-person hearing test.

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