March 28, 2023

We work with Chatham residents, committed to helping improve their hearing loss. We welcome you to try our online hearing test, or to phone us at 519.352.1601 to schedule your in person hearing test at one of our locations.

Hearing loss is able to be placed in three main categories:

Conductive Hearing Loss – Blocking Your Hearing

Disrupting the sounds path travelling form the outer/middle ear to the inner ear, conductive hearing loss is a common issue. Preventing sound from reaching the ear drum, this type of hearing loss is often triggered by an obstruction in the ear canal such as liquid or ear wax. We offer treatment for conductive hearing loss, available to residents of Chatham within our state of the art hearing clinics, including: ear wax removal, surgical treatments, and medical treatments.

Sensorineural Hearing Loss – Common Type Of Hearing Loss

Making sounds unclear or difficult to hear, sensorineural hearing loss (or sensorineural deafness) is the most common type of hearing loss. When you are dealing with sensorineural hearing loss, you may find that others sound like they are mumbling or that their voices in conversation are distorted. Sensorineural hearing loss can be experienced as part of the natural aging process or triggered by excessive exposure to noise. This type of hearing loss is most often treated by using hearing aids, which can be selected and installed at our professional hearing clinics in Chatham and beyond.

Varied Types of Hearing Loss

It may be that your hearing loss is only impacting one ear, or that you have lost certain sound frequencies, such as high or low frequency sounds. Whatever your type of hearing loss, we are here to assist, take the fist step and schedule your hearing test.

Our hearing care technicians are experts in providing you with in-depth testing, evaluation, and analysis of your hearing test so you have treatment options for your hearing loss.

If you are in the Chatham area, we are ready to help! – schedule your hearing test online or book an in-person hearing test by phoning 519.352.1601.

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