In-depth Hearing Test

A Diagnostic Hearing evaluation is an in-depth assessment of an individuals hearing by a skilled clinical audiologist. The purpose of this evaluation is to determine the nature and degree of the hearing loss and the best personalized treatment options.

Hearing Aids


In the case that you have been diagnosed with a hearing loss that cannot be medically treated, your audiologist will recommend that you are fitted with hearing aids. Today’s hearing aids are truly incredible digital devices, and they perform exponentially better than their analogue predecessors.

Your Hearing’s audiologists will guide you through this process in order to ensure that you make an informed decision on what will be best for your hearing and lifestyle needs. We offer a broad range of hearing aid brands and believe that it is in the best interest of the patient seeing that everyone has individual preferences and needs when it comes to hearing amplification.

After sales and Hearing Aid Accessories

Once you’ve purchased your hearing aids, maintenance of your hearing aids are important. There are a few necessary accessories to ensure that your hearing aids are operating optimally and are kept in the best condition. In addition to these accessories, hearing aid batteries are an essential purchase for every hearing aid wearer.



Hearing Screening: A Hearing screening is a basic 10 – 15 minute hearing test to indicate whether a person might have a hearing loss. It cannot be used for diagnostic purposes.

Noise Protection: Individuals exposed to loud sound should be vigilant in protecting their hearing through the use of hearing protection. Sounds louder than 85dB may cause permanent damage to your hearing. People who can benefit from hearing protection: Musicians, Factory Workers, Hunters, DJ’s and Club Go-ers, Sheet Metal,Wood Workers and Motorcyclists.

Wax removal: The audiologists at Your Hearing are qualified to remove excessive ear wax from the ear canal. Some people have too much ear wax and/or their ear wax does not drain properly, which means they can often end up with ear wax build up deep down in the ear canal.