Providing proper after sales service to our patients was always our primary goal and we never compromise on that. We always make sure that the patient's hearing aid is under working condition. Our experienced Post Sales Service(PSS) team always keeps a touch with our patients, incase of any problem in the hearing aid, we provide immediate hassle free solutions.
We are dealing with all the leading hearing aid manufacturers of the industry like Phonak, Signia (formerly Seimens), Starkey, Widex, Unitron, Resound, Oticon, Alps, etc. Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) qualified audiologists are there to provide a free trial with all types of hearing aids then the patient is free to choose whichever he/she feels comfortable to wear.
Hearing Loss are basically Three types;
(1) Conductive Hearing Loss
(2) Mixed Hearing Loss
(3) Sensorineural Hearing Loss
An audiologist is a specialized professional who carries out various tests and diagnostic procedures to rule out whether the patient is a candidate for hearing aid or not. Usually cases like sensorineural hearing losses, Presbycusis (Age related hearing loss) and other conditions where hearing loss is not treatable through surgery or pharmacological treatment, in those cases hearing aids are recommended.
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Hearing aid option should be selected when there is a permanent sensorineural hearing loss, Presbycusis (Age related hearing loss) or any other conditions where surgical or pharmacological options are not useful.
Hearing aids are of various types so far the look is concern. The usual type of hearing aid that is suitable for aged population are the BTE (Behind The Ear) & RIC (Receiver In Canal) Hearing Aids.
Usually it is recommended that if someone has hearing loss in both the ears then they should go for hearing aid in both the ears which results in good speech understanding. Many people wear one hearing aid which will be adjustable but there will be always an issue of direction of finding sound source, speech perception in group conversation, speech in noise conditions etc.
Hearing aid price starts from 3900 onwards in siliguri and then goes up depending upon the technology and sound clarity.
An audiological test like Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA) and consultation with an audiologist is recommended before buying a hearing aid
There are many differences between a digital and non-digital hearing aids. The common differences are;
(1) A digital hearing aid can be programmed with a computer according to the audiogram of the patient where as a non-digital hearing aid can't be programmed according to the patients requirement.
(2) A digital hearing aid always provides better sound clarity compare to a non-digital hearing aid.
(3) Digital hearing aids contain many features like noise reduction, frequency lowering, fine tuning etc. that is not there in non-digital hearing aids.