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At Quantum Hearing Clinic you can expect professional and friendly hearing care services in Vancouver, and top-quality hearing aids from an experienced audiologist.Β 

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In Vancouver And North Vancouver

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Testimonials

For Quantum Hearing Clinic, North Vancouver

Awesome experience! πŸ’¬

Wynn S.

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"Amazing and awesome experience! I have had the pleasure of getting service from Dr. Reza Ataee on two occasions. On the first he came in on a holiday to repair my hearing aid and order a new one and the second when I lost one of them. He was awesome and hadΒ  a replacement hearing aid sent out within 48 hours - incredible service. I highly recommend Quantum Hearing Clinic!"

Your Audiologist in Vancouver

What is an audiologist ?

An audiologist is a trained healthcare professional specializing in diagnosing, treating, and managing hearing and balance disorders. They provide personalized solutions such as hearing aids, counseling, and therapies to improve individuals' auditory well-being and overall quality of life.

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For Quantum Hearing Clinic, Downtown Vancouver

Very professional and friendly πŸ’¬

Paul Jean L.

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"I had a very good experience with Quantum Hearing and Dr. Reza. They offered a very professional and friendly consultation. The testing was quickly done and all my questions very clearly answered. In addition, they offer very good customer service before, during, and between appointments. I want to the Downtown Vancouver office which is very well located."

Who We Serve

Harmonizing Art and Safety

Enjoy music vibrantly and protect your ears with Custom Ear Molds for Musicians from Quantum Hearing Clinic. Your melody, your safety – together."

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Testimonials

For Quantum Hearing Clinic, North Vancouver

Exceptional service πŸ’¬

Wendy L.Β 

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… 5/5 Google Review

"Exceptional service and support. I had my first hearing aides in 2013 and came back for new ones in 2018. Dr. Ataee always takes time to listen to your queries and fix any problems you may have. Staff is friendly and helpful. Highly recommend Quantum Hearing Clinic and Dr. Ataee."

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Quantum Hearing Clinic Near Me

Our Locations in VancouverΒ 

Quantum Hearing Clinic

Downtown Vancouver

Address: 1160 Burrard St #604, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2E8

Monday to Friday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
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Quantum Hearing Clinic

North Vancouver

Address: 171 Esplanade W #167, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3J9

Monday to Friday
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
Closed

Your Hearing Care Journey

Step 1.

Comprehensive Hearing Test

Your journey begins with a comprehensive hearing test conducted by your experienced audiologist. Using state-of-the-art technology and advanced testing methods like pure-tone audiometry and speech audiometry, we'll assess your hearing sensitivity and identify any potential hearing issues.

Step 2.

Understanding Your Results

Once the hearing test is complete, we'll sit down with you to discuss the results in detail. Your audiologist will explain the findings in a clear and easy-to-understand manner, answering any questions you may have. We believe that understanding your hearing health is essential to making informed decisions about your treatment.

Step 3.

Finding the Perfect Hearing Aids

If hearing aid is needed, our clinic offers a curated selection of high-quality hearing aids from renowned manufacturers. Your audiologist will guide you through the options available, considering factors such as style, features, and budget. We want you to feel confident and satisfied with your hearing aids choice.

Step 4.

Ongoing Support and Care

Our commitment to your hearing health doesn't end with your initial appointment. We encourage you to return for regular check-ups, and your audiologist will be available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have along the way. Your well-being and satisfaction are our top priorities.

Why Do You Need a Hearing Test?

Why Do You Need a Hearing Test?Β 

Have you noticed that some sounds don't come through as clearly as they used to? It might be time for a hearing test – think of it as a detective mission for your ears. This simple and painless test helps understand how well you're hearing everything around you. Just like a health check with a doctor, a hearing test catches any little changes in your hearing. Your expert audiologist will guide you through some listening exercises, paying special attention to how you hear different sounds. And here's the best part: once you know what's happening with your hearing, we can work together to develop a plan, including options like hearing aids or a treatment strategy, aiming to enhance the clarity of the sounds you experience. So, if you've been curious about your hearing or want to make sure you're not missing out on conversations, music, and all the amazing sounds, a hearing test is like an adventure to uncover the magic of sound waiting for you.

What To Expect During Your Hearing Test

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Warm Welcome and Onboarding

Upon arrival, you'll receive a warm welcome. While waiting, we'll guide you through a simple onboarding form to ensure we understand your background and concerns.

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Consultation, Ear Examination, and Testing

Your audiologist will invite you for a personalized consultation lasting about 15 minutes. This includes a physical examination of your ears to ensure their health. Following this, you'll proceed to the hearing test booth. Here, you'll have a seat as the audiologist guides you through the hearing test.

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Audiogram Analysis and Discussion

After the test, an audiogram detailing your hearing abilities will be prepared. Your audiologist will then discuss the results with you, helping you understand your hearing profile and any recommendations for further steps.

Elevate Your Hearing Experience

We invite you to begin your journey to better hearing with Quantum Hearing Clinic. Our friendly staff is ready to assist you and provide the professional care you deserve.Β 

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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Simply give us a call at:

(604) 973-0214Β 

Types Of Hearing Loss

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Conductive Hearing Loss

Conductive hearing loss occurs when there is a problem in the outer or middle ear that prevents sound from reaching the inner ear. Common causes include earwax buildup, fluid accumulation, ear infections, and structural abnormalities. In most cases, conductive hearing loss is treatable through medical intervention or surgery.

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural hearing loss results from damage to the inner ear or the auditory nerve pathways to the brain. This type of hearing loss is often irreversible and can be caused by factors such as aging, noise exposure, genetics, and certain medical conditions or medications. Sensorineural hearing loss can impact a person's ability to hear faint sounds and comprehend speech clearly.

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Mixed Hearing Loss

Mixed hearing loss is a combination of both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss. It occurs when there is damage or impairment in both the outer/middle ear and the inner ear/auditory nerve. Treatment depends on the specific causes and may involve a combination of medical intervention and hearing aids.

Hearing Aids In Vancouver

If you're experiencing any degree of hearing loss, your expert audiologist is here to tailor personalized solutions that perfectly match your needs. Our wide range of cutting-edge hearing aids is designed to fit seamlessly into your lifestyle.

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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(604) 973-0214Β 

Hearing Aid Technology Levels

A Comprehensive Guide

Hearing aid technology has evolved by leaps and bounds, ushering in a new era of auditory assistance that caters to diverse lifestyles and preferences. To assist you in making an informed decision, we delve into the distinctive features offered by each of the four technology levels: Basic, Mid-Level, Advanced, and Premium. Discover how these levels can elevate your hearing experience.

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Basic or Entry-Level Hearing Aid

Embracing the Essentials


At the entry level of hearing aid technology, you'll find an array of features designed to amplify sound and enhance your auditory experiences. Basic technology focuses on simplicity and reliability, making it an excellent choice for individuals seeking fundamental hearing enhancement.


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Mid.

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Mid-Level Hearing Aid

Striking a Balance


Stepping up, intermediate technology brings a more refined auditory experience that balances performance with affordability. These devices are ideal for those seeking versatile hearing enhancement in various everyday scenarios.


Key Features:


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Advanced Hearing Aid

Unleashing Precision


Advanced technology levels take auditory enhancement to the next level, catering to individuals looking for sophisticated features that adapt to their surroundings. These devices excel in complex sound environments.


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Premium or Top-Tier Hearing Aid

Elevating Auditory Excellence


At the pinnacle of hearing aid technology, premium devices introduce cutting-edge innovations that transform the way you perceive sound. These devices cater to those who lead dynamic lives and demand the utmost in auditory performance.


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The Dangers of Using Amplifiers Without an Audiologist's Prescription

Using amplifiers without the guidance and expertise of an audiologist can lead to serious risks. These devices lack the tailored approach of hearing aids, potentially causing over-amplification that damages your hearing further, unclear sound amplification that hampers communication, and the inability to address underlying issues. Moreover, inconsistent performance, feedback problems, and the absence of customization can result in unsatisfactory experiences. To ensure your hearing health and overall well-being, it's crucial to consult with a licensed audiologist for proper evaluation and recommendations.

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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(604) 973-0214Β 

Types of Hearing Aids

BTE Behind-The-Ear Hearing Aid

BTE

Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids

Behind-the-Ear hearing aids rest comfortably behind the ear and connect to the ear canal via a thin tube or ear mold. BTEs are versatile and suitable for various degrees of hearing loss. They offer excellent amplification and often house advanced features like noise reduction and directional microphones.

RIC Receiver-In-Canal Hearing Aid

RIC

Receiver-in-Canal Hearing Aids

Receiver-in-Canal hearing aids have a behind-the-ear component connected to an earpiece that rests in the ear canal. This design offers a natural sound experience, with the receiver placed closer to the eardrum. RICs are suitable for various degrees of hearing loss and often include wireless connectivity options.

ITE In-The-Ear Hearing Aid

ITE

In-the-Ear Hearing Aids

In-the-Ear hearing aids are custom-molded to fit inside the outer ear. They are discreet and can be comfortably worn throughout the day. ITEs are popular for their ease of use and can accommodate mild to moderately severe hearing loss.

ITC In-The-Canal Hearing Aid

ITC

In-the-Canal Hearing Aids

In-the-Canal hearing aids are smaller than ITEs and fit partially into the ear canal. They offer a more inconspicuous option while providing decent amplification for mild to moderate hearing loss.

CIC Completely-In-Canal Hearing Aid

CIC

Completely-in-Canal Hearing Aids

Completely-in-Canal hearing aids are virtually invisible as they fit entirely inside the ear canal. They're an ideal choice for those seeking a discreet solution for mild to moderate hearing loss. Due to their size, they may have fewer additional features.

IIC Invisible  Hearing Aid

IIC

Invisible-in-Canal Hearing Aids

Invisible-in-Canal hearing aids are the smallest and most discreet option, fitting deeply inside the ear canal. They're custom-made to ensure a snug fit, making them virtually invisible to others. IICs are designed for mild to moderate hearing loss and may not have all the features of larger models.

Sudden Hearing Loss

Sudden Hearing Loss refers to the rapid and unexpected loss of hearing ability in one or both ears within a short period, often occurring over a few hours or days. This condition can be distressing and requires immediate attention from your audiologist in Vancouver. Acting promptly within the first 72 hours may lead to signs of restored hearing ability for some individuals. However, in certain cases, hearing may not fully recover, and the need for hearing aids may arise.

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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(604) 973-0214Β 

Find Your Ideal Fit

Protect Your Hearing: Loud Earbuds Can Harm

In today's earbud era, be cautious with high volumes. Loud music through earbuds can harm inner ear cells, causing irreversible hearing loss. High volumes may also trigger tinnitus. Safeguard your hearing by keeping the volume below 60%, limiting sessions to 60 minutes, considering noise-canceling earbuds, and taking breaks. Prioritize your hearing health and reach us if you suspect earbuds are affecting your hearing.

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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(604) 973-0214Β 

They Trust Us

Google Review

Wynn S.

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… 5/5

Awesome experience!

I have had the pleasure of getting service from Dr. Ataee on two occasions. On the first he came in on a holiday to repair ...

Google Review

Pam F.

β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… 5/5

Very thorough, patient and kind

Quantum Hearing Clinic has provided excellent services to me. As a first time user of hearing products...

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Lily P.

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Professionalism and sincerity

I received my first hearing aids some four months ago and in all this period Dr. Ataee has been responding...

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Wendy L.

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Exceptional service and support

I had my first hearing aides in 2013 and came back for new ones in 2018. Dr. Ataee always takes time to ...

Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus is the perception of ringing, buzzing, or other noises in the ears without any external sound source. It can be an unsettling condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Our experienced audiologist in Vancouver will conduct a thorough assessment to help you manage the symptoms of your tinnitus.

Take the first step towards better hearing by scheduling your hearing test today!

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Simply give us a call at:

(604) 973-0214Β