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In a time when communication means the world to us, our hearing has never been a more vital part of life. #SwitchLifeOn

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HearingLife clinic

We Remain Open

Your safety is our priority. We have strict measures in place to ensure you are safe and comfortable during your visit. You can still visit any HearingLife clinic by appointment only and receive regular services. Please consult your provincial guidelines for more details.

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“I should check my hearing but I haven’t had the time”

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    Safety in our clinics

    Our clients give us a 98% safety satisfaction rate. Find out how we prioritize your health each time you visit.

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    Hearing clinics near you

    With over 250 clinics across the country, we provide nationwide coverage in small towns and big cities.

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    Trusted hearing care

    Over 750,000 clients have trusted us with their hearing healthcare needs. No doctor referral needed!


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Browse a wide range of hearing aids we offer to suit your hearing needs.

Types of hearing aids      Hearing aid prices      Rechargeable hearing aids      Connect to smart devices

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Know the status of your hearing health and gain valuable insight into how sound affects you from day to day with a hearing test. The test is free for those over the age of 19, and you don’t need a doctor’s referral!

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Commonly described as a ringing in the ear, tinnitus can also produce a hissing, clicking, whistling, or whirring sound. We can treat tinnitus with sound therapy. Sound therapy is also a built-in feature of more advanced hearing aids.

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Temporary hearing loss can occur when too much earwax accumulates in the ear-canal. Our hearing professionals will check for earwax blockage before performing a hearing test and can remove excess earwax if needed.

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There are different types of hearing loss, and there are different treatment options for each. The two main types are sensorineural hearing loss, which is linked to the inner ear, and conductive hearing loss which is linked to the outer and middle ear.

9 facts about hearing loss     Treating hearing loss     Signs of hearing loss     Types of hearing loss

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custom moulded ear plugs

No two ears are the same. Custom moulded ear plugs can be worn repetitively, provide a snug, secure fit, and offer full noise protection. Dentists, musicians, swimmers, and industrial workers are just some of the many people who can benefit from custom ear plugs.

How to prevent noise-induced hearing loss

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Life is worth hearing

Contact Us

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We value your feedback. Help us improve our service to you. We are available by phone, online chat, and email from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Eastern Time. You can also view our latest job postings on our Careers page.

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Our online shop has over 100 different products to help you hear better. Find hearing aid batteries, device care and maintenance kits, assistive listening devices and more.

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