SERVICES

St.albert Hearing

Our Services

Explore our comprehensive range of services at St. Albert Hearing. From precise hearing tests to expert fittings and repairs, we're here to support your journey to better hearing health.

Hearing Tests

A hearing test, or audiometric test, is designed to evaluate your ability to hear different sounds, pitches, or frequencies, and to determine the type and extent of any hearing loss. There are several test that make up a complete hearing assessment. Pure-Tone Testing, Speech Testing, Tympanometry, Acoustic Reflex Measurement and Bone Conduction Testing.

Hearing Aid Fittings

A hearing aid fitting with Verifit is the most accurate and advanced way to fit hearing aids. Real-Ear Measurement (REM) equipment ensures that hearing aids are programmed specifically for your hearing loss and ear acoustics. Real-Ear Measurement is an objective method for fitting hearing aids, widely considered the gold standard as it measures how sound is amplified in your ear canal.

Hearing Aid Adjustments

Hearing aid adjustments are an essential part of ensuring your hearing aids work well for you. They involve fine-tuning the settings of the devices to match your specific hearing needs and preferences. This process may take place during the initial fitting and as follow-up appointments after you've had some time to experience the hearing aids in your everyday life.

Hearing Aid Cleanings

Hearing aid cleaning is crucial for maintaining optimal function and longevity of the devices. Regular cleaning helps prevent earwax, dirt, and moisture build-up, which can affect sound quality and cause malfunctions. We'll work closely in the office with clients and family to help train and educate how to proper clean the hearing aids.

Hearing Aid Repairs

When a hearing aid isn't functioning correctly, repairs may be necessary to ensure it continues to assist the user effectively. Some issues can be resolved at home, while others will require professional hearing aid repair services. We service most makes and models of hearing aids and honor all manufactures repair warranties.

Ear Wax Removal

Cerumen, commonly known as earwax, is a natural substance produced to protect the ears from dust, foreign particles, and microorganisms. However, buildup of cerumen can sometimes cause hearing loss, discomfort, or interfere with hearing aids. Cerumen removal services is a simple procedure conducted to safely clean out earwax build-up. Removal methods include using specially designed tools like curettes, the professional gently removes the cerumen from the ear canal. Irrigation: A gentle stream of warm water is used to flush out the wax. It's a common and generally safe method when done properly. Always seek professional help for earwax removal. Attempting to remove earwax at home with cotton swabs or other tools can push the wax further into the ear canal or cause injury.

Hearing Tests

A hearing test, or audiometric test, is designed to evaluate your ability to hear different sounds, pitches, or frequencies, and to determine the type and extent of any hearing loss. There are several test that make up a complete hearing assessment. Pure-Tone Testing, Speech Testing, Tympanometry, Acoustic Reflex Measurement and Bone Conduction Testing.

Hearing Aid Fittings

A hearing aid fitting with Verifit is the most accurate and advanced way to fit hearing aids. Real-Ear Measurement (REM) equipment ensures that hearing aids are programmed specifically for your hearing loss and ear acoustics. Real-Ear Measurement is an objective method for fitting hearing aids, widely considered the gold standard as it measures how sound is amplified in your ear canal.

Hearing Aid Adjustments

Hearing aid adjustments are an essential part of ensuring your hearing aids work well for you. They involve fine-tuning the settings of the devices to match your specific hearing needs and preferences. This process may take place during the initial fitting and as follow-up appointments after you've had some time to experience the hearing aids in your everyday life.

Hearing Aid Cleanings

Hearing aid cleaning is crucial for maintaining optimal function and longevity of the devices. Regular cleaning helps prevent earwax, dirt, and moisture build-up, which can affect sound quality and cause malfunctions. We'll work closely in the office with clients and family to help train and educate how to proper clean the hearing aids.

Hearing Aid Repairs

When a hearing aid isn't functioning correctly, repairs may be necessary to ensure it continues to assist the user effectively. Some issues can be resolved at home, while others will require professional hearing aid repair services. We service most makes and models of hearing aids and honor all manufactures repair warranties.

Ear Wax Removal

Cerumen, commonly known as earwax, is a natural substance produced to protect the ears from dust, foreign particles, and microorganisms. However, buildup of cerumen can sometimes cause hearing loss, discomfort, or interfere with hearing aids. Cerumen removal services is a simple procedure conducted to safely clean out earwax build-up. Removal methods include using specially designed tools like curettes, the professional gently removes the cerumen from the ear canal. Irrigation: A gentle stream of warm water is used to flush out the wax. It's a common and generally safe method when done properly. Always seek professional help for earwax removal. Attempting to remove earwax at home with cotton swabs or other tools can push the wax further into the ear canal or cause injury.

Hearing Aids and Accesories

RIC's

Receiver in canal hearing aids provide a comfortable fit with tons of features and technology. RIC devices are small, stylish and easy to use. The RIC style is popular with first time wearers with mild to severe hearing loss.

BTE's

Easy to handle and maintain, the larger Behind-the-Ear hearing aids provide the most amplification, making them the preferred solution for people with severe-to- profound hearing
loss.

Custom

Custom made, in the ear hearing aids are easy to adjust and come in a variety of sizes and options. Custom aids are very secure in the ear and comfortable to wear. Suitable for mild to severe wearing loss.

Companion App

The Companion App is so handy and easy to use. Just slide or tap your phone to adjust your volume, change programs and connect to accessories simply and discreetly without touching your hearing aids.

Our Products

Chargers

It couldn't be easier to use rechargeable hearing aids. Simply set your hearing aids in their desktop charger at night, and you'll wake up to fully-powered devices in the morning

TV Streamer

Simple and easy to use. Stream stereo sound directly from your TV to your hearing aids wirelessly for a high quality TV watching experience you will really enjoy.

Connect Clip

Free up your hands while you’re talking. Transmits a call directly to both of your hearing aids, while its built-in microphones clearly catch what you are saying.

Remote

Small, simple and easy to use. A intuitive and discreet way to operate your hearing aids. Adjust volume, programs and connect to streaming devices.