Understanding and Treating Tinnitus 

Tinnitus, commonly described as ringing in the ears, affects countless individuals, presenting in various forms and intensities. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive care and innovative treatment options for those experiencing tinnitus in Brampton, Ontario. 

Man suffering from ringing in the ears touching
A female touching her ears in suffering

Exploring Tinnitus: Causes and Symptoms

Tinnitus can emerge from a myriad of causes, including prolonged exposure to loud noise, certain medical conditions and even stress. It’s crucial to distinguish between occasional ringing, which many may experience at some point, and persistent tinnitus, which may require professional evaluation and management.

Tinnitus Evaluation and
Treatment Plan

Our clinic specializes in thorough tinnitus evaluations to pinpoint the specific characteristics and possible causes of your tinnitus.

Based on this assessment, we tailor a treatment plan centered around Sound Therapy. Sound Therapy utilizes background noise or specialized sounds to help minimize the perception of tinnitus, and is an extremely effective treatment for most people.


About Tinnitus

Can’t find an answer?

Is there a difference between occasional ringing and actual tinnitus?

Yes, occasional ringing might occur with no underlying condition and usually resolves on its own, while persistent tinnitus may indicate an underlying health issue and requires professional attention

Can tinnitus be a sign of a more serious medical condition?

In some cases, yes. Tinnitus can be associated with hearing loss, ear injuries or circulatory system disorders, among others. A comprehensive evaluation is essential to rule out serious conditions.

Is there a connection between tinnitus and hearing loss?

Yes, there's a significant connection. Many individuals with tinnitus also experience some degree of hearing loss. Evaluating both conditions simultaneously is crucial for effective management.

I hear constant ringing in my ears. Could it be tinnitus?

Constant ringing is a classic sign of tinnitus. We recommend scheduling an evaluation with our specialists to determine the cause and explore treatment options

Are there different treatment options depending on the cause of tinnitus?

Absolutely. Treatment is highly individualized, depending on the cause and severity of your tinnitus. We'll work with you to find the most effective approach

Will a hearing aid help with ringing in the ears?

In many cases, yes. Hearing aids can amplify external sounds, making tinnitus less noticeable. Some hearing aids come equipped with special tinnitus management features.

Find Relief with Brampton Hearing Aid Services 


Living with tinnitus can be challenging, but you don’t have to face it alone. At Brampton Hearing Aid Services, our tinnitus specialists are here to provide expert care and support. Whether you’re seeking an initial diagnosis or exploring treatment options, our team is dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible outcome. Contact us today to learn more about our tinnitus care and to schedule your appointment. Rediscover peace and quiet with tailored tinnitus solutions.

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