Too many strong sound vibrations will damage the fragile cells and fibers of your ears – and the more you lose, the worse your hearing will get. Damaged cells and fibers cannot heal themselves, so any damage will become permanent. This can take the form of hearing loss and/or tinnitus (ringing or other noises in the ears).
63% of men and 46% of women (40-79 years of age) have hearing loss according to a 2021 study by Statistics Canada. Loud noise exposure, at work or during leisure activities, is one of the leading causes of hearing loss and tinnitus. You are not alone.
It may be tempting to postpone a hearing evaluation until you experience major hearing challenges, but early treatment guarantees the best results by a significant margin. Your hearing health deserves proactive care.
See us for a free hearing evaluation and consultation.
- We will establish your current hearing level.
- You can keep the documentation of your results as a record, to document the progression of your hearing.
- We can recommend hearing protection methods and equipment.
- We can guide and assist you with funding avenues for hearing aids and devices, should they be required. The costs may be covered at 100% if you are eligible.