Lunenburg, NS

Trusted Hearing Care Professionals Near Lunenburg, NS

Originally Mirliguèche, a French spelling of the area’s Mi’kmaq name, Lunenburg was renamed in 1753 after the Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, who had become King George II of Great Britain. After the removal of the Acadians who had spent 150 years in the area, the town was one of the first British attempts to settle Protestants in Nova Scotia, becoming a thriving fishing village that reached its height in the late 1800s.

Fishing is still a major part of the Lunenburg economy to this day as our community is home to Canada’s largest secondary fish-processing plant. Besides attracting tourists to our area, the town’s architecture and picturesque location has drawn the attention of the film industry and is features in a number of movies and television series.

Our team of professionals understands the impact that losing your hearing can have on your enjoyment of daily activities as well as relationships. For more than 50 years, the Provincial Hearing family has made it possible for individuals and families in Bridgewater and nearby Nova Scotia communities, like Lunenburg, to experience personalized hearing care solutions that fit your unique lifestyle.

We treat each of our patients as a unique individual with specific needs and preferences. Our hearing care professionals offer personalized hearing care that includes diagnostic evaluations, education, hearing aid repair, earwax removal, and custom earmolds, along with offering the best value on advanced hearing aid technology to Lunenburg residents in our Bridgewater clinic to ensure that your hearing care solution fits your unique needs.

Annette Cross, BC-HIS, CEO and President of Provincial Hearing

Your Nearest Provincial Hearing Clinic


4 Hillcrest Street
Bridgewater, NS B4V 1S9


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Opening Hours

Mon: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Tues: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Wed: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Thurs: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Fri: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM


Hearing care expert examining patient's ear with otoscope at Provincial Hearing

Your Better Hearing Journey Starts With A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment

One of the most troubling aspects of recognizing hearing loss involves the fact that it comes on at such a slow pace it is next to impossible to notice the day-to-day changes. Because of this, most people put off hearing tests because they don’t know they have a problem or their hearing isn’t a healthcare priority.

About one out of ten Canadians (4 million people) have a hearing loss, including 6 out of 1000 children, which likely develop hearing loss due to the increased exposure to loud noise, without ever being aware that they’ve developed a problem.

In spite of these sobering statistics, our health screening priorities tend toward regular dental and vision testing as well as having our blood pressure and cholesterol checked but ignore regular hearing assessments. Since hearing loss is a growing health concern, it has never been more important to schedule a quick, non-invasive, and simple hearing assessment with one of our hearing care professionals.

Find The Right Advanced Technology Hearing Aid To Fit Your Lifestyle

None of us aspire to or expect that we’ll have to wear hearing aids. In fact, when you think about wearing them, you probably get nervous, recalling those bulky, fastidious gadgets worn by your parents or grandparents.

Fortunately for us and future generations, modern hearing aids are nothing like those outdated devices due to advancements in micro-digital technology that have improved a wide range of digital devices, like your smartphone and television. Today’s hearing aids are smaller, lighter, provide more powerful sound processing with greater clarity, and are so discrete to wear that many of our patients tell us that their friends, coworkers, or neighbours have never noticed that they wear hearing aids.

Among the features of advanced technology hearing aids are larger, longer-lasting, rechargeable batteries, as well as the capability to link your hearing aids to your smartphone, television, computer, and other digital devices for an enhanced hearing experience. Above all, our hearing aid experts help guide you through the process of selecting and fitting your new hearing aids, along with providing ongoing follow-up care.

Hearing aid styles offered at Provincial Hearing
Earwax removal specialist cleaning ear using an earigator

Improve Your Ear Health with Professional Earwax Removal

Cerumen, that yellowish substance that you often find coming out of your ears, is more commonly referred to as earwax. Though it is a hassle to deal with sometimes, earwax plays an important role in helping keep your ears healthy, providing moisture and removing dirt, debris, bacteria, fungus, or foreign objects from your ear canal.

Maintaining a delicate balance when it comes to dealing with earwax is critical because of the role it plays in helping keep your ears healthy. Too little earwax might cause itching, irritation, and infection in your ear canal, while too much can lead to buildup, muffled sound, aching, and disrupt hearing aid performance.

When the important natural process of earwax removal isn’t done right, you can do damage to your ear canal and eardrum with cotton swabs and other cleaning methods, impacting the wax and making your problems worse. The safest, most effective way to deal with earwax is to allow a professional with access to specialized equipment, techniques and expertise to remove it for you.

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