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Hearing Assessments

When Was Your Last Hearing Assessment?

Although we all regularly have our eyes tested, our teeth checked, and our blood pressure tested, hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.

Yet with the latest data reporting that 1 in 8 adults have a hearing challenge and the World Health Organization predicting that hearing loss will double by 2050, a regular hearing assessment should be added to all of our lists of priority health checks.

The biggest challenge with hearing loss is that it often happens slowly and gradually, which means that it’s impossible to notice the day-to-day changes with no way to compare your hearing today to what it was once like.

But by simply having a regular non-invasive hearing assessment, you can ensure that your hearing health remains a priority and any early signs of a hearing challenge can be properly dealt with at source rather than when it’s too late.

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Prescription Hearing Aid Technology

Small, Discreet, and Even Invisible Prescription Hearing Aids

One of the biggest things that hold most people back from addressing a hearing challenge is the outdated stigma that is associated with prescription hearing aids.

Although it’s true that none of us grow up looking forward to the day that we can wear hearing devices, today’s technology is much different from the large, clunky devices that helped fuel the stigma in years gone by.

The truth is that today’s technology is small, discreet, and, in some cases, even invisible. In fact, many of the families that we work with tell us that their friends and/or colleagues have never even noticed they are wearing them.

Best of all, with Bluetooth connectivity, long-lasting rechargeable batteries, and the ability to stream music, phone calls, and audio to your prescription hearing aids, they no longer just amplify your hearing, but they also amplify your ability to connect with the world around you.

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Earwax Removal

Earwax Removal Experts For the Kitchener, Guelph, Simcoe, Waterloo, New Hamburg, and Elmira Communities

If your ears feel blocked, or if you feel that you’re struggling to hear as well as you once did, then there’s a strong chance that it may be due to an over-accumulation of earwax.

Although highly common, if left untreated, a buildup of earwax can cause many challenges, including a temporary or a sudden hearing loss, a feeling of fullness in your ear, dizziness, headaches, balance issues, and ear pain.

Yet the solution is simple, pain-free, and effective. By visiting a hearing care expert at Arnold Hearing Centres, you can have your ears professionally cleaned using state-of-the-art equipment to ensure you’re hearing better and your ears well and truly receive some much-needed love.

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Patient Stories

Larry Martin - Arnold Hearing Centres success story

All of the audiologists I've had at Arnold have been really good at customer service. It may be in part because there has been so much improvement in technology, but my most recent audiologist was simply extraordinary

- Larry Martin

Donna U, - Arnold Hearing Centres success story

The professional staff are there for you and are willing to answer any questions and to work with you to make the most of your ability.

- Donna U.

Natalie Carruthers - Arnold Hearing Centres success story

Arnold will take care of you the moment you step through the doors. They're knowledgeable and patient – you will become one of the family.

- Natalie Carruthers

 Shelly Resendes - Arnold Hearing Centres success story

Finally feels like I have my life back

- Shelly Resendes

Frank Fazekas - Arnold Hearing Centres success story

Go get it checked out. I did.

- Frank Fazekas

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