Audiologist Toronto – Hearing Clinic & Hearing Aids Toronto/North York

 Welcome to Toronto Hearing Centre, where we prioritize your hearing health and well-being above all else. As your trusted audiologists in Toronto & North York, we understand the significance of clear, crisp sound in your everyday life. Whether it’s the laughter of loved ones, the melodies of your favorite songs, or the subtle nuances of conversations, our goal is to ensure you never miss a moment.


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Toronto Audiologist & Hearing Aid Clinic – Hearing Solutions Toronto/North York

With 24+ years of dedicated service in North York and the GTA, Toronto Hearing Centre proudly provides comprehensive diagnostic and preventive hearing healthcare solutions.

Our services include:

  • Hearing Aid Screenings
  • Hearing Evaluations
  • Hearing Aid and Accessory Purchases
  • Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Preventive Care Advice

Our goal is to deliver professional, courteous, and helpful service to individuals experiencing hearing loss. As a leading provider of affordable, high-quality hearing aids in Toronto and North York, we offer advanced, comfortable, and virtually invisible digital hearing technology. Our skilled audiologists assist both adults and children in diagnosing and treating their hearing difficulties.

At Toronto Hearing Centre, we not only provide the latest in hearing aid technology but also offer the necessary counseling and support to enhance your quality of life through improved hearing. No doctor’s referral is required to book an appointment, and our hearing experts can typically see you within a week of your call. We conduct thorough audiological evaluations to prescribe the most suitable hearing aids, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), and in-the-canal (ITC) models, tailored to meet various hearing needs and preferences. To start your journey toward better hearing, take our Online Hearing Loss Questionnaire today. It’s quick, confidential, and the first step to improved communication and quality of life. Start your journey to improved communication and quality of life now.

Hearing aids are considered medical devices and are regulated in Ontario by the Ministry of Health (MOH). All residents with a valid OHIP card are entitled to receive assistance from the ministry’s ADP Program to help cover the cost of a hearing device. To learn more about the Assistive Devices program (ADP) please click here. To learn more about hearing aids and how our hearing aids Toronto experts can help you, please call us today: 647-436-7376.

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Why Choose Audiologists at Toronto Hearing Centre?

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Independently Owned

Unlike many hearing aid centre’s that have dozens of clinics throughout the province, the Toronto Hearing Centre is 100% independently owned and is not limited to recommending only one specific brand of hearing aid for your needs. Many hearing-aid chains are owned by the same parent companies as the hearing aid manufacturers themselves and because of this their clinicians will often recommend that particular brand of the hearing aid when another make and model may be better suited to your needs. Our audiologist Toronto team will always select the best hearing device for each client irrespective of brand.

Audiologist Toronto, North York

Test and Try

When you choose a hearing aid from our Hearing clinic in Toronto you may rest assured in the full 90-day testing and trial period to ensure that the hearing aid you selected is satisfactory and suitable for your needs. If, for any reason, you choose to return that device during this testing period you will not be charged any trial fees. Many competing hearing clinics charge hundreds of dollars if a customer returns a hearing aid that they have not been satisfied with. Our audiology clinic Toronto team wants every client to be 100% fully satisfied with their purchase, and we back up that commitment with our free trial period policy.

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Competitive Pricing

In addition to obtaining a satisfaction guaranteed trial period when evaluating a new set of hearing aids, it is also important to know that you have received a competitive price on those devices. At the Toronto Hearing Centre, our Toronto audiologist not only offers competitive pricing for all our hearing aid models, our hearing clinic in Toronto will also match, or exceed, a written cost estimate from any other hearing clinic in the GTA area. When you choose our audiology clinic in Toronto for your hearing care needs, you may rest assured that you will receive quality, friendly service at competitive pricing.

Our Hearing Clinic Toronto is located at 5 Fairview Mall Dr #415, North York
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Based on 14 reviews
Laura Perri
Laura Perri
If you're looking for outstanding service when dealing with hearing aids, look no further than The Toronto Hearing Centre. Bill Nelson is extremely conscientious & patient. He explains all aspects thoroughly & with perfect tone. Christine is incredibly kind, friendly & knowledgeable. Come see them - they'll definitely take care of all your needs!!
Dipali Roy
Dipali Roy
Good service with reasonable prices.
Wayne Macdonald
Wayne Macdonald
Great service, very knowledgeable, beet prices in town, not part of a huge chain independent owner. Have had visits every 6 months, a battery replaced, multiple domes never an extra charge. Highly recommend Toronto Hearing!!
Allen Wang
Allen Wang
I've come here for appointments for the past 1.5 years. Great service, great location, and great expertise; zero complaints whatsoever. Highly recommend that any folks looking for hearing aids consider coming here.
Lisa Irving
Lisa Irving
Excellent service and support.
Michelle Rothman
Michelle Rothman
The Audiologist was so helpful, kind and friendly. He explained everything very clearly and offered good advice.
Bill Allen
Bill Allen
I have been dealing with the Toronto Hearing Centre for a number of years, and always receive nothing but the best service. From the time I first purchased my hearing aids, through subsequent regular hearing aid checkups, the experience is always a positive one. This establishment is highly recommended. Thank you Toronto Hearing Centre!

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I do to determine whether I require hearing aids?

The best thing you can do is to book a hearing test with an audiologist. Audiologists can spot signs of ear conditions that might be missed by a self-guided test.

If you decide to get hearing aids, an audiologist will provide a thorough evaluation and fit you with the right type and model of hearing aid to meet your unique needs. Audiologists also ensure your hearing aids are working effectively and providing the most benefit over time, as your hearing demands change.

What can I do to determine whether I require hearing aids?

The best thing you can do is to book a hearing test with an audiologist. Audiologists can spot signs of ear conditions that might be missed by a self-guided test.

If you decide to get hearing aids, an audiologist will provide a thorough evaluation and fit you with the right type and model of hearing aid to meet your unique needs. Audiologists also ensure your hearing aids are working effectively and providing the most benefit over time, as your hearing demands change.

What are the things you should not do prior to taking a hearing test?
  • Exposure to loud noises such as avoiding concerts or air shows for at least 12-16 hours before the test.
  • If you have a history of wax build-up, it is not advised to keep your ears sloppy before the test.
What is something you shouldn't do to your hearing aid?
  • Here are some of the things you must avoid:
  • Wearing your hearing aids while showering or when swimming.
  • Let anyone else wear hearing aids.
  • Applying hair sprays or gel while wearing hearing aids.
  • Keeping your hearing aids in the bathroom.
  • Attempting to fix your hearing aids by yourself.
Do you need to use a hearing aid all day?

For better results you should consider using a hearing aid all day, except when you’re asleep, showering, getting your hair cut, swimming, or in a loud environment.

Is there any financial assistance available for purchasing hearing aids in Toronto?

All Ontario residents with a valid OHIP card are entitled to financial assistance of $500 per ear from the Assistive Devices Program (ADP). Additionally, some individuals in Toronto may qualify for financial assistance or subsidies for hearing aids through government programs, private insurance, or assistance programs provided by hearing aid providers. It’s essential to check eligibility and inquire with hearing healthcare professionals. The Ministry of employment and social services in the GTA may also provide additional assistance for low income residents, provided eligibility criteria are met. The Toronto Hearing Centre can provide additional information on this program and how to apply for assistance.

How often should I have my hearing aids serviced or adjusted?

Hearing aids should be regularly serviced and maintained. It’s recommended to have them checked and cleaned every six months to a year by an audiologist. Adjustments may be needed to ensure optimal performance.

How often should I replace the batteries in my hearing aids in Toronto?

The frequency of battery changes for your hearing aids is determined by your model and usage. For traditional battery operated hearing aids batteries are normally changed once every 5- 7 days, depending on hourly usage. For most rechargeable models now batteries last several years but must be re-charged daily with the included charger.

How long do hearing aids typically last?

The lifespan of hearing aids varies depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and technology. On average, hearing aids can last anywhere from 3 to 7 years or more.

How long will an ear test take?

The whole hearing test process at Toronto Hearing Centre takes around 30 minutes and it’s a straightforward and painless process.

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