At Ears Hearing Clinic you will receive a unique experience that will help to guide you through
your hearing journey to find the right solution for you.
Our hearing is constantly being subjected to loud noise from our noisy lives, recreational activities such as hunting and shooting and life’s enjoyments like music, theatre and woodworking. Household chores such as using chainsaws, home repair, and even vacuuming. All of these sounds may exceed safe levels and can create permanent hearing loss with single exposures but more commonly damage occurs with repeated exposures over a period of time.
Hearing happens when these sound waves travel through the ear and are turned into nerve impulses. These nerve impulses are sent to the brain, which "hears" them.
Hearing tests help determine what kind of hearing loss you have by measuring your ability to hear sounds that reach the inner ear through the ear canal and sounds transmitted through the skull.
Once the results of your hearing test have been explained to you and if the hearing evaluation shows that hearing aids may be helpful we are in a unique position to help you improve your hearing clarity.
Ears Hearing Clinics Langley is an independent and locally owned Hearing Clinic and therefore we can use technology from many leaders in hearing aid innovation: Oticon, Unitron, Phonak, ReSound, Starkey, Widex, Siemens, and Sonic Innovations. Even better, since we only use well established manufacturers, any of our hearing aids can be adjusted by other hearing practitioners’ if you move away.
On all new hearing aids, we provide a Two Week Trial-Period. The Trial Period gives you a chance to test the hearing aids in your own environment and be better equipped to make an informed decision. During these initial weeks we also will make all necessary adjustments and perform verification tests to properly set your hearing level. If your hearing aids are not meeting your needs we can change them for another type or manufacturer and your trial period starts over. If, for some reason, you decide to stop the trial period you simply return your hearing aids for a full refund.
Hearing Aid Batteries
Ears Hearing Clinics offers the most competitive, every day, low price on hearing aid batteries.
$10 for a Box of 40 Batteries, Any Size!!
We keep a supply of Batteries for you to purchase in our clinic. Make sure to check the batteries in your hearing devices often to ensure there is no wax or debris.
Hearing Aid Battery - Blue
Hearing Aid Battery - Orange
Hearing Aid Battery - Brown
Hearing Aid Battery - Yellow
Custom Hearing Protection
Our hearing is constantly being subjected to loud noise from our noisy lives. Recreational activities such as hunting and shooting. Life’s enjoyments like music, theatre and woodworking. Household chores such as using chainsaws, home repair, and even vacuuming. All of these sounds may exceed safe levels and can create permanent hearing loss with single exposures but more commonly damage occurs with repeated exposures over a period of time.
Ears Hearing Clinics offers a wide variety of hearing protection available for specific purposes. Hearing protectors can be used for hunting, racing, and musicians.
Custom made ear plugs will provide the best hearing protection. People do not often realize that occasional, intermittent or constant noise increases the rate of natural hearing loss. In conditions where noise is persistent or excessive, such as in construction and industrial environments, those who fail to properly protect their ears run a much higher risk of irreversible hearing loss.
Sleeper molds are made from soft medical grade silicone for the most comfort. Sleeper molds are ideal for sleeping, reading, travelling and anywhere where quietness is desired.
Swim Molds are ideal for water sports, recreational swimming, daily showering and individuals whom suffer from chronic ear infections. Swim Molds are manufactured from a soft, 100% floatable silicone which is comfortable to wear and creates a tight seal to make sure no water enters the ear.
Assistive Listening Devices
An assistive listening device (ALD) is used to improve hearing ability for people in a variety of situations. A common usage is to aid people who are hard of hearing. The ALD may be used to help hard of hearing people hear televisions and other audio devices.
Affordable devices to hear more clearly on the telephone, the television, and other places where you have particular trouble hearing if a hearing aid is for some reason not appropriate