We use only the latest and most advanced hearing technology

We provide superior hearing solutions with the latest, cutting-edge technology, ensuring unparalleled sound quality and comfort tailored to your needs.
Hear what our patients are saying about us

“Had I known the remedy you sold me worked so well, I would have come to see you years ago. I am so very pleased to enjoy the quiet – it’s just so wonderful.” – Tinnitus sufferer

S. Pitt

Hear what our patients are saying about us

“Thanks for the treatment today, nothing short of miraculous. The difference I feel tonight compared to last night is amazing.”

Mr. Gillard

Hear what our patients are saying about us

“The most exceptional service ever… I can honestly say I have never received service like this!” – Hearing aid wearer

Mrs. M. Jones

Hear what our patients are saying about us

“I can hear again! I can’t tell you how grateful I am that the lady on reception came to hold my hand.” – Ear wax sufferer

Miss. S. Lancaster

Frequently asked questions

What types of hearing aids are available?

We offer a range of hearing aids including behind-the-ear, in-the-ear, and bespoke completely-in-canal models, each equipped with the latest technology.

How do I know if I need a hearing test?

If you’re having trouble hearing conversations, have a constant ringing in your ears, find yourself increasing the volume on your TV frequently or have sudden onset hearing loss, it might be time for a hearing test.

What is endoscopic microsuction ear wax removal and how is it different from traditional methods?

Microsuction is a safe and clean method using gentle suction to remove ear wax. It’s a non-invasive technique and typically very comfortable. We also use an endoscope for a constant visual of the ear canal during the procedure.

How often should I get my hearing tested?

It’s recommended to have your hearing tested every year, especially if you are over 50 or have a history of hearing loss.

Can children undergo ear wax removal?

Yes, it’s generally safe for children, but it should be performed by an experienced Audiologist. (Children can only legally be seen by those with a higher-level audiology qualification) We have 8 years plus policy and each child needs to be examined first to see if their ears are developed enough to support our equipment.

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