Dario Coletta

Dario Coletta, M.Sc., Reg. CASLPO, head Audiologist at Port Credit Audiology in Mississauga, ON
M.Sc., Au.D., Reg. CASLPO
Doctor of Audiology

Dario Coletta is the head Audiologist of Port Credit Audiology & Hearing Aid Clinic.

Dario obtained his Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Still University and Master of Science in Audiology from the University of British Columbia following his Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto. He currently holds lecturer status at the University of Toronto in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.

He has supervised audiology graduate students, presented at a variety of audiology seminars, and contributed articles for audiology journals.

As a native to Port Credit, Dario wanted to provide the residents of Port Credit and surrounding areas with a local, independent and community-oriented clinic.

Dario continues to work part time at the Toronto General Hospital and has knowledge in advanced diagnostics, bespoke hearing aid fittings, and cerumen management. Dario also has a special interest in the management and counselling of patients with tinnitus.

Dario brings knowledge and efficiency in prescribing and fitting the newest hearing aid technology.

He is committed to helping patients find an individualized solution for their hearing healthcare concerns.

Schedule an Appointment

If you or a loved one is experiencing hearing challenges, like struggling to enjoy conversations at a busy restaurant, not understanding conversations when talking on the phone or feeling like everyone around you is mumbling, then it’s time to learn the truth about your hearing.

With a comprehensive hearing assessment, the hearing healthcare team at Port Credit Audiology & Hearing Aid Clinic can identify any hearing impairment you might have in order to address your hearing care needs.

Contact us by submitting the adjacent form so a member of our team can give you a call and provide assistance with scheduling an appointment.

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