Hearing Aids

There is a wide assortment of hearing aid styles and technologies available in hearing instruments today. The type that is most suitable for you is determined by your degree of hearing loss and your lifestyle. After a complete hearing evaluation, you and your hearing health care provider will discuss the various options that would work the best for you.

Lyric – Invisible Hearing Aid

Lyric is a deep ear hearing aid technology that offers complete invisibility. You can enjoy the benefits of better hearing without anyone ever knowing they’re using a hearing aid. Lyric is worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for months at a time. It is worn unnoticed for daily activities, such as showering, talking on the phone, exercising, using headphones, and even at night while sleeping. Lyric has no batteries to change and requires no maintenance and no daily insertion or removal. 

Receiver In Canal Hearing Aid
Open fit – open fit hearing aids are small devices placed behind the ear with a slim tube attached to the device and inserted down the ear canal. They are non-occluding. This style is good for people with a high frequency hearing loss or mild to moderate hearing loss.
Behind The Ear Hearing Aid
Behind-the-ear (BTE) – sit comfortably behind your ear while amplified sound passes down a tube to a customized earmold that fits securely into your ear. Because they are larger, BTEs can accommodate bigger batteries for longer life and larger amplifiers for maximum amplification. BTEs are suitable for mild to profound hearing losses.
Micro Behind The Ear Hearing Aid
Behind-the-ear (BTE) Micro – sit comfortably behind your ear while amplified sound passes down a tube to a customized earmold that fits securely into your ear. BTEs are suitable for mild to profound hearing losses.
Full Shell Hearing Aid
In-the-ear (ITE) – are custom-made to fit securely in your outer ear, ensuring optimum performance and maximum comfort. ITEs are suitable for mild to severe hearing losses.
In The Canal Half Shell Hearing Aid
In-the-canal (ITC) – are custom-made to fit almost entirely inside your ear canal, making them difficult to notice. ITCs are suitable for mild to moderately-severe hearing losses
Completely In Canal Hearing Aid
Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) – fit deep inside your ear canal so that they’re practically invisible. Benefits include cosmetic appeal, reduced feedback and excellent sound quality. CICs are suitable for mild to moderately-severe hearing losses depending on the size or your ear canal.

Payment Plans Now Available!

It's never been more affordable to improve your hearing health!  The Ear and Hearing Clinic is now offering payment plans for your hearing aid purchases.

Fair & Flexible:
Make additional payments anytime without penalty.

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Get a lower payment by choosing an amortization period of up to 60 months. 12.99% interest rate.*

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The process of hearing includes both the ear and the brain. The ear changes the sound vibrations into a signal that can be understood by the brain. The ear has three parts - the middle, inner and outer ear - and each part of the ear has a different job.

The vibration of the eardrum moves the three small bones (called ossicles) in the middle ear. Common names for the bones are the hammer, anvil, and stirrup. They are also known as the malleus, incus, and stapes. These bones amplify the vibration and transfer the sound waves to the inner ear (the cochlea). This is where the ear drum resides. Often, hearing loss occurs in the middle ear.
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During a trip to New Brunswick this past summer, Juliane was honoured to be able to purchase this fish statue!

It is made entirely out of recycled materials including pop tabs and tin cans. We received it at our clinic this past week along with this lovely note from the artist, Alanna Baird from Tin Fish - studio page.
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