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Have you noticed that it is harder to hear now than it was in the past? If you strain to hear your friends and families speak in crowded settings, or are being kept up at night by the ringing of tinnitus in your ears – you are not alone. Millions of Canadians each year suffer from hearing loss, leading to a number of challenges in daily life. At NexGen Hearing we understand the difficulties you are experiencing and are committed to helping you improve your hearing health.
No matter your situation, the expert RHIP at the White Rock/South Surrey NexGen Hearing Clinic is here to provide free hearing tests to determine your levels of hearing loss, and evaluate options if a hearing aid is required. Our team at the White Rock/South Surrey NexGen Hearing Clinic located on 32 Avenue is passionate about providing the highest quality hearing aid care to all of our patients. Get in touch with us to book your free hearing test today, and get back to hearing the amazing sounds of our city!
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White Rock/South Surrey
#102A – 15252 32 Ave
Surrey, BC V3Z 0R7
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM , 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM, Sat: Closed, Sun: Closed
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Maria Hicker is a well respected and experienced Customer Care Representative, specialising in high standards of quality care and clinic efficiency. Originating from Germany, Maria moved to Canada with her family over 15 years ago and has been working in health care ever since.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The life of a hearing aid’s battery is impacted by many factors such as the hearing aid model, battery brand, battery technology, and how the device is used. The model of the hearing aid is integral in determining the life of the battery. Some hearing aids are better than others in terms of battery consumption while others offer features that will more quickly drain a battery. Batteries come in four common sizes (10, 312, 13, 675). Based on a 16 hour day of wear, the average lifespan for a standard battery is listed below:
Size 10: 3 – 7 days
Size 312: 3 – 10 days
Size 13: 6 – 14 days
Size 675: 9 – 20 days
If you prefer, rechargeable hearing aid batteries are also available for certain models of hearing aids that greatly improve the ease of replacing your batteries. Consult with your local NexGen Hearing aid practitioner for additional details.
An analog hearing aid is an older type of hearing aid that makes continuous sound waves louder. Speech and noise are amplified in the same way, so an analog hearing aid can be thought of as a device that turns the volume up on everything around you. They can be programmed for different listening environments that can be switched at the push of a button on the hearing aid.
More commonly found these days, a digital hearing aid will have all of the features that come in an analog device. Instead of amplifying all sound waves, a digital hearing aid will convert sound waves into digital signals, and then produce an exact duplication of the sound. The technology used in a digital hearing aid is more sophisticated and allows for more complex processing of sound. This gives them greater flexibility in programming to allow the sound they transmit to be matched to the specific type of hearing loss a patient is experiencing.
If you are unsure which type is right for you, contact our clinic and come see us to discuss your needs and options!
We do perform tinnitus assessments at some of our NexGen Hearing clinics. To find out which clinic you can book a tinnitus assessment appointment please call us at 1 (877) 606 6671.
A hearing aid will usually have anywhere between 4 and 24 channels that divide captured sounds so the wearer can hear different sounds more clearly. The more channels a hearing aid has, the more divided the sound gets, allowing the wearer to hear more sounds clearly. We generally recommend our patients to choose a hearing aid with at least 12 channels because this will allow us to adjust the sound on the device in a much more personalized way based on the type of hearing loss they are experiencing.
You do not need a referral from your family doctor to see an audiologist. If you suspect you are experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, it certainly is a good idea to discuss this with your doctor. However, you don’t need them to refer you to us in order to have your hearing tested.
If you believe your are experiencing hearing loss, don’t wait to see your doctor. Get in touch with us today for a free hearing test.
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