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Deegan Denture and Hearing Clinics a longtime family tradition

DAN CEARNS The Standard

KAWARTHA LAKES/DURHAM: Deegan Denture and Hearing Clinics offer their clients years of family tradition and experience.

Deegan Denture Clinic has been providing denture services for four generations, in the local community. They have locations in Lindsay and Oshawa. Some of the services the business offers include: complete and partial dentures, same day denture repairs and relines, complimentary consultations, and implant supported dentures.

“We are an independent family-owned clinic, and ensure everyone who walks through our doors is treated as if they were our own family. You will see the same friendly faces during each visit, and [we] feel strongly that is the best way to serve our patients,” Amy Deegan told The Standard.

Ms. Deegan said, time will only tell if the fifth generation of Deegan’s will carry on our business in the future.

In 2013, the family expanded their interests into the hearing clinic services in Oshawa.

“We just celebrated 10 years being open last year,” Ms. Deegan explained. “We felt the Lindsay community should have access to our hearing services as well, so we added the Lindsay location in 2018.” The services this business provides include: hearing assessments, hearing aid fittings, on-site repairs and maintenance, earwax removal, and hearing loss counselling.

“My undergraduate degree is in Speech and Language Sciences, and we felt there was a need to offer professional hearing services in our communities,” Ms. Deegan said. “We felt it was a good fit to combine the two services.”

It has been the support of the local community which has helped keep these family businesses going.

“It’s a tremendous thing to see our local community coming to support our family business. It does mean the world to us, people choose us and trust we’re going to provide them with exceptional care,” Ms. Deegan stated.

She stressed, clients can expect professionalism, quality of care and a focus on putting their needs first.

“We hope everyone who walks through our doors feels comfort in knowing they will be treated as if they are one of our own family members,” Ms. Deegan said.

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