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Professional Tinnitus
Management in Toronto

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Improve Your Quality of Life

Tinnitus can affect the most important parts of life, including your overall health and social well-being, resulting in distress, anxiety and sleep disturbances. While there is no known cure, at Toronto Family Hearing, we can improve your quality of life with tinnitus management, recommending options on how to best manage your tinnitus.

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Our audiologists offer tinnitus management advice and guidance, ensuring you are comfortable with your plan going forward.

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With multiple management options, our flexibility ensures we can effectively aid your tinnitus condition while improving your quality of life.

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We understand the stress and overwhelming feeling that occurs with tinnitus. We’re always here to help you, offering support when you need it the most.

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Common Causes
of Tinnitus

Tinnitus occurs when a person hears a constant sound in their ears – ringing, roaring or whistling – which others can’t hear. The noise can occur continuously or intermittently, varying in tone and severity. It is a symptom of an underlying condition, which can include damage to hair cells in the inner ear, infections, illnesses and noise-induced hearing loss.
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Our Methods for Tinnitus Management in Toronto

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Advice & Recommendations

Our audiologists will complete a hearing test and assessment that may rule out or confirm why the tinnitus is present, including hearing loss, wax buildup or an ear infection. From there, we will discuss tinnitus management options on how to best manage your symptoms and find what works for you. We will suggest further intervention as necessary.

Hearing Aids

About half of people with tinnitus who use hearing aids notice some degree of relief from their tinnitus. Some hearing aids also have built-in tinnitus maskers or sound generators for added benefit and tinnitus management. If the tinnitus is a symptom of hearing loss, treating it with hearing aids will usually alleviate the symptom. Using hearing aids that are fit appropriately can also significantly improve your quality of life, reducing stress and frustration, two huge contributing factors to the intensity of tinnitus.

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Sound Masking Devices

Sound masking devices are small electronic devices that play various noises to help distract your brain from the sound of your tinnitus. Most modern hearing aids have a built-in masker, while there are also tabletop masking devices and apps available. We can individually program your sound masking device or hearing aids or recommend apps to help treat your tinnitus.

We’re Happy to Answer All Your Questions

You can prevent tinnitus by avoiding loud noises or wearing custom ear plugs if you are exposed to loud noises for long periods of time; this can include concerts, industrial workplaces and certain hobbies, like recreational hunting. You should also get ear infections and excessive ear wax treated sooner rather than later, while reducing your stress and anxiety levels. We can offer you more advice and guidance when you visit us for tinnitus treatment in Toronto.

In general, there are two types of tinnitus: subjective and objective. The former relates to the noises that only the patient can hear; this is the most common form of tinnitus. The latter refers to sounds that can be heard by other patients and other people. Objective tinnitus is very rare.

Medical causes can range from excessive earwax to complex conditions, such as otitis media (a middle ear infection) and head and neck injuries. Most commonly, tinnitus is a symptom of noise-induced hearing loss or presbycusis (age-related hearing loss). 

It is recommended that if you hear sounds in your ears, intermittently or not, you should get your hearing tested. Our highly-trained audiologists will conduct a comprehensive test while reviewing your medical history and your lifestyle to evaluate and help treat your tinnitus.