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15+ Years of Audiology Experience

Trust in our Audiologist to ensure expert advice, every time. We're here to provide you with professional hearing care and solutions that are unique as your hearing needs.

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Transparent Pricing

We post all our Hearing Aid prices upfront and online, empowering you to make informed decisions about your hearing care without any hidden fees or surprises

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Lifetime Service

All follow up care comes standard with every purchase, offering you ongoing, dedicated support to ensure your hearing aids always deliver the clarity you deserve.

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Meet your local Audiologist

I believe that good hearing is often overlooked, but it plays a crucial role in connecting us with our loved ones and the beautiful world around us.

Losing the ability to hear well isn’t just a physical challenge; it’s like losing a part of ourselves. We understand the pain that families go through when they witness their children, parents, or loved ones struggling with hearing loss, personality changes, and a loss of confidence. It’s a challenge that affects many of us.

As an audiologist with 15 years of experience and a proud local resident, I am dedicated to making a positive impact on lives right here in my own community. When you choose us for your hearing needs, you’re choosing a team that cares deeply about your well-being. We treat each and every one of our patients as if they were our own family because your comfort and satisfaction mean everything to us.

Thank you for considering us to be a part of your journey towards better hearing. We look forward to serving you and making a meaningful difference in your life.”

Anika Cai MSc. Reg CASLPO
Audiologist & Owner

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Services We Offer

Hearing Tests for Adults

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Hearing Tests for Children

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Earwax Removal

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Signs of Hearing Loss

Turning up the volume on the TV or radio

Asking others to repeat themselves

Difficulty hearing in loud or noisy environments

Family and friends suggesting you can’t hear them

No longer enjoying social activities

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Hearing aids are devices that help improve hearing in individuals with hearing loss. They work by:

  • Amplifying Sound: They capture and increase the volume of sound, making it easier for the user to hear.
  • Enhancing Speech Clarity: Hearing aids are designed to make speech clearer, especially in noisy environments.
  • Reducing Background Noise: Many models include features that help minimize background noise, aiding in better focus on the primary sound source.
  • Customizable to Individual Needs: They can be adjusted and programmed to match the specific hearing loss pattern of the user.
  • Connecting to Technology: Modern hearing aids often have wireless connectivity, allowing them to link with smartphones, TVs, and other devices.

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We offer 2024 technology models from all of the top manufacturers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a hearing test cost?

Hearing tests at Owl Hearing Clinic are free of charge for Adults.

Hearing test are available for children aged 4-17 years old and cost $75.

Our hearing tests are performed by a registered audiologist, are comprehensive, and includes a full investigation into the patient’s hearing and ear health. A full medical report is included and can be provided to the patient and family physician upon request.

What is the difference between an audiologist and a hearing specialist?

Audiologists in Ontario hold either a Master’s or Doctoral degree in Audiology, which involves extensive training in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing and balance disorders for children and adults including hearing aids and assistive listening devices.  They are licensed and regulated healthcare professionals governed under the College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPO).

Hearing Instrument Specialists on the other hand are able to complete their education immediately after high school at a college offering the program.  Their focus is testing hearing and fitting, servicing, and maintenance of hearing aids in the adult population.  They are non-regulated professionals.

In order to access OHIP coverage for hearing aids through the Assistive Device Program (ADP), hearing aids must be prescribed by either a licensed physician or a registered audiologist.  Most private insurance benefit plans require a prescription from a licensed physician or a registered audiologist in order to access coverage.

Should I see my doctor or an audiologist?

See an audiologist for hearing related concerns such as difficulty hearing, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), delay in language development in children, ear wax removal and hearing aid evaluation and fitting.

See a doctor for medical concerns such as pain, drainage, and bleeding in the ears or fever. If you experience sudden and significant hearing loss, especially if it occurs suddenly and is associated with other symptoms like vertigo, it’s important to see a doctor promptly.

if you’re not sure what route is best, we’re always happy to offer advice on when and with whom to book an appointment- just give us a call.

How does a hearing test work, and what can I expect during my appointment?

A hearing test, usually takes between 45-75 min. It begins with a discussion about your hearing health history and any concerns you may have. Then, in a sound-treated room or booth, you’ll wear headphones through which various sounds and speech at different volumes and frequencies are played. You’ll be asked to respond in some way, often by pressing a button, whenever you hear a sound. This helps in assessing the softest level of sound you can hear at various pitches.

The audiologist may also conduct tests to check the health of your ear drum and the function of your middle ear. Sometimes, speech understanding tests are included to evaluate how well you can hear and understand speech in quiet or noisy environments.

The entire process is painless and non-invasive. After the test, the audiologist will discuss the results with you, explain your hearing levels, and recommend any necessary next steps, such as hearing aids or further medical evaluation.

Does OHIP cover the cost of Hearing Aids?

Yes, for all Ontario residents, OHIP offers partial coverage for hearing aids under the Assistive Devices Program (ADP). This program grants $500 per ear, available once every 2-5 years as needed. Owl Hearing Clinic will provide all the forms you need and will direct bill OHIP so you won’t need to wait for reimbursement.

How much do hearing aids cost?

At Owl Hearing Clinic, we’re committed to transparent pricing for our hearing aids.  You can find all our prices easily on our website.  For an in-depth look at our hearing aid costs, [click here].

For a quick overview: after OHIP coverage, the complete cost of a hearing aid along with all included services is between $1,100 to $2,600 per ear.  This is, on average, $500-$1,000 less than many of our competitors.  The price you see is what you pay, covering everything from dispensing/fitting services to batteries, warranties, and follow-up appointments.

What types of hearing aids are available, and how do I choose the right one?

Did you know that most large hearing aid chain clinics are owned by hearing aid manufacturers?

As an independent clinic, Owl Hearing isn’t financially tied to any specific hearing aid manufacturer.  This allows us to offer a wide variety of brands and models to suit every need and preference.

Whether you’re looking for small, nearly invisible hearing aids or more powerful options for more severe hearing loss, we have you covered.  We also carry the latest 2024 models featuring rechargeable batteries and wireless connectivity.  Our team is dedicated to educating you about all available options, ensuring you find the perfect hearing aid that meets your listening goals and fits within your budget. Click to read our comprehensive ‘hearing aid buying guide’ for more information.

Contact Information:

Owl Hearing - Roncesvalles

113 Roncesvalles Ave, Suite B
Toronto, ON
M6R 2K9


(647) 370-8834

Monday 9:00am – 8:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday by Appointment

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Ample street parking on Roncesvalles Ave. Free parking along Galley ave and Pearson Ave.

Owl Hearing - Eglinton

333 Eglinton Ave W Unit 2B
Toronto, ON
M5N 1A1


(647) 775-0854

Monday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Tuesday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Wednesday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Thursday 9:30am – 7:00pm
Friday Closed
Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm

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Parking Area available.

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