March 28, 2023

We are committed to serving residents in Ridgetown, helping improve their hearing loss. You are able to try our online hearing test, or you can phone 519.352.1601 to book an in person hearing test completed at one of our locations.

Hearing loss can be divided into three main classifications:

Conductive Hearing Loss – Obstructing Hearing

A disruption to the path sound makes travelling from the outer/middle ear to the inner ear is defined as conductive hearing loss. This type of hearing loss is often noted when an obstruction in the ear canal, whether ear wax or liquid, keeps sound from moving to the ear drum. We offer effective treatments for conductive hearing loss including: ear wax removal, medical treatments, and surgical treatments, all provided to Ridgetown residents within our advanced hearing clinics.

Sensorineural Hearing Loss – Preventing Communication

As the most common type of hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss (or sensorineural deafness) often makes sounds difficult to hear or unclear. Sensorineural hearing loss can make it seem like others are mumbling, or it can distort voices in conversation. There are many triggers for sensorineural hearing loss, including the natural aging process or excessive exposure to noise. We are often able to treat this type of hearing loss with hearing aids, assisting with the selection and installation at our expert hearing clinics, located near the Ridgetown area.

Additional Types Of Hearing Loss

It is possible that you are experiencing the loss of specific sound frequencies, such as high or low frequency sounds, or that you’re dealing with hearing loss in only one ear. Regardless of the nature of your hearing loss, your first step is to book your hearing test.

Our hearing care technicians are experienced and fully trained to deliver your hearing test and evaluating the results so you received a detailed analysis and expert treatment options for your hearing loss

If you are from the Ridgetown area, we want to help! – phone us at 519.352.1601 to schedule an in-person hearing test, or book your hearing test by going online.

Let's talk about your hearing aid options.