Our hearing care professionals at Vr Speech & Hearing Care Clinic in Pune have extensive knowledge and expertise in assessing hearing and prescribing, dispensing and fitting hearing aids, as well as many other assistive listening devices.
Hearing Aid Pune
Being an independent Perth family owned hearing practice we are free to provide hearing aids from all the worlds leading manufacturers. We at Vr Speech & Hearing Care Clinic in Pune hold different model hearing aids to provide in clinic demonstrations and allow for extended real world trials. We strive to help our clients make an informed decision as to the style, level of technology and hearing aid manufacturer that best suits their preferences, needs and budget.
There is the option of trialling different hearing aid products from several manufacturers over a 60 day period to help make the best choice. Basic and mid range hearing aid models can also be trialled to determine whether they meet individual needs in everyday life. We will do our best to help you compare these leading hearing aid products.
At Vr Speech & Hearing Aid Pune, we promise that we will always strive to provide our customers with the best prices on top brand hearing aids. We believe that regaining your hearing should not cost a fortune. We work hard to provide you with the best prices on all of the best hearing aid brands including: Signia, Oticon, Phonak, Unitron, Resound and Widex. We stay up to date on current retail and wholesale pricing, meaning that we will always provide you with the best prices.
The signs of hearing loss
Signs of hearing loss may include:
Muffling of speech and other sounds, people seem to mutter
Difficulty understanding words, especially in background noise or in a crowd of people
Trouble hearing the consonant sounds
Frequently asking others to speak more slowly, clearly and loudly
Needing to turn up the volume of the television or radio
Withdrawal from conversations
Avoidance of some social settings
Types of our Hearing Tests At Art of Hearing, we can perform the following audiology tests;
Pure Tone Testing
Bone Conduction Testing
Acoustic Reflex Testing
Auditory Brainstem Response
Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs)
Selecting a Hearing Aid
There are many decisions to make when deciding which hearing instruments to try. Following the audiological assessment, your hearing healthcare professional will provide you with information that is appropriate for your hearing loss and specific to your hearing needs so that you can make an informed decision about which hearing instruments will work best for you. Several factors must be considered
Sound processing technology and circuitry (analog, programmable, digital, single- or multi-channel)
Style or size of hearing instrument
Additional options (volume control, programs, directional microphone, telecoil, remote control, etc.)
Monaural vs. binaural (one versus two) hearing instruments
Assistive listening devices