Get The Best Hearing Aids Solution at The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio

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Welcome to the Best Hearing Aids Provider in the Northern Heartlands of Singapore!

Providing the Most Reliable Hearing Aids Since 1999

Who Are We and What do We do Which is So Remarkable?

The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio is a world-class provider of hearing aids and services in Singapore since the last 20+ years with a vision to be the trusted leader in cost effective and provider of quality hearing solutions in Singapore and beyond.

There are many reasons for The Hearing Centre’s success, including the values of honesty, integrity & commitment to the customers and a folklore of personalised caregiving and optimum addressing to the most complex types of cases. Another reason is that we understand the utmost importance of “hearing” as an individual and make our patients part of our extended family, and not just provide care as a duty of a service provider therefore our focus is providing value more than the money. Having our own Audiometric Room, state-of-the-art equipment and strong ties with manufacturers, we are able to offer our services at an affordable cost. Our optimised business model provides patients with the best products at the most affordable prices. Today, this vow of affordable hearing aids and hearing care services at fair price and value. ratio still stands in The Hearing Centre.  Whether it is diagnosis, loss of hearing or maintenance of hearing aids, The Hearing Centre provides an array of tailor-made solutions to you and your loved ones. Our strong team does not rest on laurels, we constantly strive to learn more, improve and thrive to stay ahead of the curve!  

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All About Hearing Aids - The Ultimate Guide By The Hearing Centre Singapore

Have you ever wondered how hearing aids work to facilitate hearing and speech understanding for patients with hearing loss? Well, fret not, because The Hearing Centre‘s ultimate guide will introduce you to a whole new world of hearing aids that will revolutionalise the perceptions of hearing aids in Singapore.

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that helps those with hearing loss and the partially deaf hear more clearly by amplifying sound waves. If you are experiencing hearing loss such that you have difficulty picking up moderate noises, such as a normal conversation, it might be time to consider a hearing aid. There are different types of hearing aids which can either be worn on the ear or within the ear itself, and you can get them from hearing aid specialists like The Hearing Centre.When choosing a hearing aid, you will first have to visit an audiologist to get your ears assessed. While they all serve the same purpose, the type of hearing aid that is recommended to you would depend on your lifestyle. To help you out, here is a quick guide to the various hearing aids offered by The Hearing Centre.

Other than allowing those with hearing loss to hear better, hearing aids can have additional features such as volume control, which will be useful in different environments.Today, many modern hearing aids come with Bluetooth capabilities, which allows wearers to connect them to their smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and other tech devices. Music streaming is also possible, with the hearing aid doubling up as wireless earphones.

The Different Types of Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids - Behind the Ear

Behind-The-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aids or Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) Hearing Aids

A Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aid is hooked over the top of the ear and rests behind it. This is connected via a tube to a custom-made piece, moulded to fit the outer ear just before the canal. While the traditional BTE hearing aid is the largest and most noticeable type of hearing aid, it amplifies well. Today, there are also more modern mini BTE hearing aid models, which are more discrete in nature with a tiny wired receiver plugged into the ear canal instead of covering it. These may also be referred to as Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aids. BTE hearing aids offer the best amplification, which makes them suitable for those with severe hearing loss. They are usually recommended for children, as the ear moulds can be easily replaced as they grow.

ITE

In-The-Ear (ITE) Hearing    Aids

Housed in a plastic casing, an In-The-Ear hearing aid fits completely in the outer part of the ear. Some ITE hearing aids come with telecoils – a magnetic coil circuitry for the wearer to receive sounds instead of via a microphone. This allows one to hear phone conversations more clearly, especially suitable for those who are required to make frequent phone calls as part of their jobs.

In The Canal Hearing Aids

In-The-Canal (ITC) Hearing Aids 

In-The-Canal hearing aid is designed to fit a person’s unique ear canal shape, and is relatively more discrete compared to other styles of hearing aids. Completely-In-Canal hearing aids are similar, and are almost completely hidden from view. Since they are fitted within the ear canal, ITC and CIC hearing aids are suitable for those with active lifestyles, as they will not get in the way or be subjected to sweat during exercise. However, due to their small size, the amplification is not as powerful, so they are best for those with mild or moderate hearing loss.

Bone Anchored Hearing Aid

Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHAs)

A Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid is surgically implanted into the side of the patient’s skull. Instead of using air conduction to transmit sound waves, a BAHA stimulates the cochlea via vibrations of the bone, thus bypassing the ear completely. The patient will also be required to wear a sound processor which connects to the implant. This surgical hearing aid is recommended for those who are prone to ear infections or have ear deformities such that other forms of hearing aids cannot be fitted. It is suitable for those who have profound hearing loss in one ear, with normal or near-normal hearing in the other.

Hearing Aids Brands We Provide At The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio

We carry a wide range of outstanding top-quality hearing aids brands that will be sure to cater to most hearing care needs, no matter where one is in Singapore. With our Ang Mo Kio branch, we are able to extend the provision of our professional audiology services and hearing aids into the Northern regions of Singapore. As part of our core values and mission, we strive to help every single patient, far and wide, to enjoy their lives to the fullest, regardless of hearing loss. 

SigniaGN ReSoundStarkey Hearing Technologies

 

Our Achievements

Being a world-class provider of many top-notched hearing aids for more than 20 years, we have been recognised by many far-reaching renowned hearing aids brands, such as Phonak, Signia, ReSound and StarKey. As such, we have been greatly appreciated and awarded for our professional and quality provision of extraordinary hearing experiences that surpass all others, while bringing smiles to the faces of our newfound family members. 

In The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio, one can be sure to always expect expert personalised hearing care solutions, regardless of any hearing problems faced, even if it is away from the Central regions of Singapore. At The Hearing Centre, we vow to welcome and deliver the best services to all patients from all walks of life, such that we can live up to the expectations of the awards that are given to us.

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Why Choose The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio?

Certified Audiologists

We have a team of certified audiologists who have over 20+ years of experience in catering to mild to profound hearing loss.

Hearing Aid Remote Support

At the comfort of your home, our audiologists can fine tune your hearing aids and even conduct hearing test for you.

Best Customised Solutions

We believe that no one size fits all hence we provide a personalised solutuon for all your hearing aid needs

Best Customised Solutions

At the comfort of your home, our audiologists can fine tune your hearing aids and even conduct hearing test for you.​

Baby Bonus Approved Institution

We have a team of certified audiologists who have over 20+ years of experience in catering to mild to profound hearing loss.

Baby Bonus Approved Institution

Being one of the largest hearing care centre we have 7 centres island wide. This helps us serve you better at your convenience. ​

The Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio Reviews

Ms Brenda Fu

Ms Brenda Fu

5/5

“I really thank Ms Fu from The Hearing Centre for helping me to hear again.” – Mdm Thong

“I went to The Hearing Centre and met up with Ms Brenda Fu, who recommended this pair of Phonak hearing aids. After wearing the hearing aid, my son has had great improvement…when we talk to him now, his response and attention has improved a lot. Thank you!” – Father of Yang JX

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

At the Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio we provide a range of services which include Hearing Diagnostic Tests, Hearing Aids, Hearing Implants, Ear Measurements and Repairs and Adjustments. We also provide Hearing Aids Batteries and accessories.

At the Hearing Centre Ang Mo Kio we have more than one brand and give unbiased advice for the choice of Hearing Aids. All our fittings are done by trained and experienced audiologists who have over more than 17 years of experience.

The following are the different types of hearing loss:

Conductive hearing loss: hearing loss caused by problems with the ear canal, eardrum or middle ear. Some possible causes include:

  • Malformation of outer ear, ear canal, or middle ear structures
  • Fluid in the middle ear
  • Ear infection (otitis media – an infection of the middle ear in which an accumulation of fluid may interfere with the movement of the eardrum and ossicles)
  • Poor Eustachian tube function
  • Perforated eardrum
  • Impacted earwax
  • Infection in the ear canal
  • Foreign body in the ear
  • Otosclerosis

Sensorineural hearing loss: hearing loss caused by problems of the inner ear or nerve-related hearing loss. Some possible causes include:

  • Noise exposure
  • Head trauma
  • Virus or disease
  • Autoimmune inner ear disease
  • Hereditary
  • Aging (presbycusis)
  • Malformation of the inner ear
  • Meniere’s Disease
  • Tumors

Mixed hearing loss: hearing loss referring to a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss.

Signia’s Silk X is the ideal hearing solution for those who value discretion above all. It is a ready-to-wear CIC under Signia’s Xperience platform. This means even with its small size, the user is getting the advantage of clear speech technology, wireless remote fine-tuning, and ability to use Signia App that enables the user to adjust their hearing aid settings with their smart phone.

At the Hearing Centre we have an exclusive offer for this month where we are offering Buy 1 and get 2nd Piece at 50% Off.This is a limited period Time offer only.

The price of a hearing aid roughly varies from $800 to $6000 per piece, depending on styles and technologies used. The price also includes the cost of consultation, fittings, and any hearing examinations required.

Usually, hearing aids last between 3 to 7 years, depending on brand and heaviness of usage. In between, maintenance such as replacement of batteries or minor repairs might be required. 

This depends on your individual needs, factoring in lifestyle, age, and the severity of hearing loss. A consultation with a medical expert will give you a better idea of which hearing aid styles to consider.

A hearing aid simply helps the deaf and partially deaf hear better by amplifying sounds. It cannot cure, reverse, or slow down deafness, but can certainly improve quality of life.

The way noises are amplified in different environments might sound slightly different from usual. Even your own voice may not sound the same, so you might need some time adjusting to these changes. You may experience slight discomfort from wearing the device at first, though a properly fitted one should feel reasonably comfortable after a while.

If your hearing aid has rechargeable batteries, you might have to set reminders to charge it before it becomes part of your daily routine.

No, when properly prescribed and fitted, a hearing aid should not further damage your present state of hearing. Visit a proper audiologist for an accurate assessment of your needs if you are experiencing hearing loss.

Contact us :

For any enquiry, please feel free to email:

enquiry@thehearingcentre.sg

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