Meet the Audiologists of Dunn Audiology
Dunn Audiology has proudly served Byron and the Greater London community for over seven years.
Our mission is to provide all patients with a comfortable hearing care experience in a locally owned practice by delivering quality products and services in a friendly, affordable, and educational environment.
With a focus on patient care, education and matching our patient's specific needs with what is best for them, we help our patients continue to enjoy all the sounds of everyday life!
We're Here For All Of Your Hearing Needs
Audiologists are educated in prevention, identification, assessment, treatment, and (re)habilitation of hearing loss in adults and children. They are authorized to prescribe hearing aids when necessary.
An audiologist is a regulated health professional with a minimum of a Masters degree. To obtain this degree, a minimum of six years post-secondary education is required, plus 750 clinical hours completed.
A six month mentorship program must be completed after this, to be a full General member of CASLPO.
Learn more about Andrea Dunn and her audiology education.
You could be experiencing hearing loss if one or more of these signs relate to you:
- Ringing / buzzing in ears (tinnitus)
- Thinking people are “mumbling”
- Difficulty hearing conversations with groups of people
- Turning the television up louder & louder
- Asking people to repeat what they have said
- Withdrawing from social situations
If you are experiencing any of these signs of hearing loss, schedule a hearing evaluation with Dunn Audiology right away.
Yes, there are three different types of hearing loss:
- Sensorineural hearing loss
- Inner ear is affected
- Conductive hearing loss
- Middle ear is affected
- Mixed hearing loss
- Combination of sensorineural and conductive hearing losses