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    TYPES OF HEARING AIDS

    Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC)

    Behind-the-ear (BTE)

    In-the-ear (ITE)

    In-the-canal (ITC)

    Completely-in-canal (CIC)

    Invisible-in-canal (IIC)

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I recognize Hearing problems?

    Individuals of any age group can suffer from Hearing loss. It can range from mild to profound (i.e., 30db- 90dB above). Below are the signs and symptoms which can help you in identifying your Hearing loss

    What are the most common causes of Hearing loss?

    Hearing loss can either be inherited from your parents or acquired from illness, ototoxic (Ear- damaging) drugs, exposure to loud noise, tumors, head injury, or due to the aging process. This loss may occur by itself or with tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Get your ears tested today at Hearing solutions.

    Can I purchase a Hearing Aids online?

    It is better if you consult an audiologist (a qualified person who evaluates Hearing and also fits a Hearing Aids) before you opt for a Hearing Device.

    An audiologist will assist you in selecting Hearing Devices suitable to your type and degree of hearing loss. In case of any Hearing Aids adjustments (programming), you can approach our audiologist at Hearing Solutions. We also, provide you a warranty period which is of 2 years on each product and in case of any repairs or any damage, we will help you by sending the Device for service to the company directly.

    Will Hearing Aids restore my Hearing?

    No! Hearing Aids cannot restore Hearing loss. Hearing Aids are amplification Devices. They amplify (increase) the speech sounds along with environmental sounds and hence helps a person with the Hearing loss to simplify his life without straining himself for communication.

    My child is a (newborn). Can children that young be assessed for Hearing loss?

    Yes, new born infants can be assessed for Hearing. In fact, in many states it is mandatory that the child undergoes for the Hearing Screening. Infants who fail in Hearing Screening are further recommended for a detailed audiological evaluation which includes electrophysiological test like BERA (Brainstem evoked response audiometry) and OAE (Oto Acoustic Emission). These tests should be correlated with informal evaluations like BOA (Behavioral Observation Audiometry) or VRA (Visual Reinforcement audiometry)