September 21, 2015

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When you feel it’s about time to bring joyful sounds back into your life, the Canadian Hearing Institute is ready to help. There is often a very significant lift to the health, happiness and well being of our clients when hearing aids allow them to hear clearly once more. We have directly witnessed the profound impact that the quality of a patient’s hearing has on his or her independence, and interest in social involvement. If you think that  it may be time for a hearing aid and live in the Blenheim area, come and visit our hearing instrument experts. We are fully prepared to provide you with the very best in personalized hearing aid service and maintenance.

What is the life expectancy of a hearing aid?

The typical life span of a hearing aid can be expected to be from three to five years with regular maintenance. When your hearing aid requires servicing and/or repairs, the hearing device technicians at the Canadian Hearing Institute have the experience and knowledge to correct an assortment of technical problems. Most repairs to your hearing aid can be completed at our hearing aid clinic in Chatham-Kent. Frequently, you can wait on-site for just a short time while if we need to perform only minor service to your hearing aid.

Hearing Aid Options available to Blenheim

Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aids

These hearing instruments fit comfortably behind the ear and attach to a custom ear-mold. They are usually designed for more severe hearing loss.

In-the-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

This hearing appliance is larger than the ITC style and is custom made to fill the outer ear bowl.

In-the-Canal (ITC) Hearing Aids

This instrument is a small device customized to fit into the ear canal. It is slightly larger than a CIC hearing aid.

Completely-in-the-Canal Hearing Aids (CIC)

A custom made device molded to fit completely in the ear canal, making it almost invisible.

Hearing aids made easy for Blenheim

Development of hearing aid technologies is a continuous process that can make the decision about which hearing aid is best for you a little bit intimidating. With us in your corner, keeping up with the latest hearing aid advancements, you don’t need to worry. By booking a free, no-obligation hearing test with us, we can assess the degree of hearing loss. We can then decide which hearing devices could offer the most benefit to you. The hearing specialists at our hearing clinic will review the state of your hearing and plan course of action, including the most suitable hearing aid options.

If you are a resident of Blenheim, you can have the hearing aid assistance you need just by contacting our local hearing aid clinic today, to book your free consultation.

Let's talk about your hearing aid options.