Hearing Aids Singapore
JGlasses & Hearing, a leading hearing aids center in Singapore. We know finding the right type of hearing aids for you is a no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution.
What is a Hearing Aids?
A hearing aid is an electronic device built to improve hearing inability by making sound audible to persons with hearing loss. Three essential components of a hearing aid are the microphone, amplifier, and speaker.
Do I need a Hearing Aids?
Signs of hearing loss include:
Hearing tests and the use of hearing aid devices are not exclusive for the elderly in Singapore and beyond. In fact, research has shown that leisure noise causes hearing loss in the younger age group as well.
Essentially, the best way to determine if you need hearing aids is to see a hearing care professional. An audiologist can perform an in-person hearing test – known as an audiogram – to assess the severity of hearing loss you have and if hearing aids are right for you.
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How does Hearing Aids work?
Hearing Aid consists of three primary components such as microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The function of a microphone is to convert the sound wave to an electrical signal and delivering it to the amplifier. Meanwhile, the amplifier increases the signal strength and delivers to the ears through the speaker.
In a nutshell, hearing aids assist in improving the signal of the sound wave and delivering it to you. In contrast, the user is able to hear clearly.
Types of Hearing Aids
There are three primary types of hearing aids that differs in features, size, and style. Getting the right hearing aid for your hearing needs and lifestyle is crucial to ensure the device’s comfortability and effectiveness.
Behind-the-ear Hearing Aids
Behind-the-ear (BTE) Hearing Aids sits behind the ear, with the case connected to an earmold by a piece of the transparent tube. BTE hearing aids are suitable for mild to profound hearing loss and are suitable for children and older people as they are easier to handle.
In-the-ear Hearing Aids
In-the-ear hearing (ITE) aids include in-the-canal (ITC) and completely-in-canal (CIC) styles. This hearing aids is designed to fit the outer ear but is only suitable for adults as the size is small for children and people with arthritis to handle. The ITE hearing aids are designed for people with mild to profound hearing disability.
Receiver-in-canal Hearing Aids
Like BTE devices, receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids sit behind the ear; however, it includes thin plastic microtubes extending into the wearers’ ear canals. Comes in small size, this hearing aids is a good fit for people who like to be discreet and are extremely comfortable to wear.
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Viron hearing aids offer premium technology for the most challenging listening situations. Bernafon’s first True Environment Processing™ hearing aids lets users immerse themselves in the natural sound environment and experience sound which is simply closer to reality.
The perfect choice for active people looking for the maximum benefits of today’s hearing system technology.
Bernafon was founded in 1946 in Bern, Switzerland.
Developing effective and reliable hearing aids is about more than merely building devices that compensate for a physical loss of hearing. For more than 60 years, Bernafon has been developing hearing aid systems that take your individual needs and preferences into account.
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We state that Well-Hearing goes beyond the ability to hear. It is intrinsically linked to a greater state of physical, cognitive and social/emotional well-being. When you enjoy Well-Hearing, you become well-equipped to embrace the life you want. Well-Hearing helps you be well and live well, which is how we measure well-being.
We continuously challenge the limits of technology to help overcome even the most difficult hearing situations. Learn more about our latest key technologies (Paradise technology) and gain more insight into what makes our products truly unique.
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Schedule your free hearing exam and see if Bernafon is right for you. No matter the budget, we’re committed to your needs
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J Glasses and Hearing, a hearing aids centre in Singapore, provide professional advice and high-quality solutions for customers who may be experiencing hearing troubles. Whether you are young or aged, we will be able to provide timely advice about whether you should incorporate hearing enhancement devices into your lifestyle.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Hearing Aids
Starts at $799
The price for a piece of hearing aid starts at $799. The cost will mostly depend on the technology of the product include chargeable, non-chargeable, quality, brand and etc.
Hearing aids may last long around three to seven years and longer for certain persons. Variables influencing this lifespan include how well the instrument is made, how well it is handled, and how much wear and tear over several hours a day it receives being worn on the ear.
Switch off or open the battery door to prevent the battery drain while you’re not wearing your hearing aid. Leave the battery holder of your hearing aid to be opened at night so that moisture can escape. This action would help keep the battery from corroding and damage the hearing aid.
Hearing aids are generally recommended if your hearing test results show hearing loss across several pitches (or frequencies). Hearing aids are available at hearing aid shop or audiology clinics in Singapore as well as online. You can get a free hearing test from us.
The common side effects of a hearing aid include headaches, tinnitus, irritation and discomfort, and ear canal itch.
It can take up to four months to get accustomed to a hearing aid and really get the most out of it. It’s important to be patient, and you will notice small changes right from the start.
Small hearing aids are designed to fit in or against your ear. It is important for you to get the right size of a hearing aid device that perfectly fits your ear.
It is better to wear two hearing aids for better clarity in speech as they will help you hear all the overtones and undertones, giving sounds their rich, full texture.