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A Wide Variety of Implant Devices to Suit Your Needs

The cochlear implant is a surgically implanted device that helps many people with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) who couldn’t benefit from hearing aids have a better quality of life and maximise their hearing performance.


The world’s most common hearing aid style. Available in different performance levels and designs which can be perfectly coupled with a thin tube or earmould.


Small, discreet and easy to fit. Perfect for first time hearing aid wearers with a thin receiver attached to the body of the hearing aids.

Custom Hearing Aid

Depending on your hearing impairment and on the anatomy of your ear, you can customise your personal preferences in regards to technology and design.

Ready Fit Hearing Aids

Comfortable, discreet and secure, these little wonders are hidden deep in the ear with super-soft slip-on silicone sleeves in different sizes, fit in most ears.

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

No beeping reminders, lesser trips to the outlets, and no battery replacements! You can now ditch disposable batteries, and opt for rechargeable hearing aids which is totally hassle-free.

Smartphone Ready – Anytime, Anywhere

Our hearing aids can be remotely controlled from the mobile phone which is super easy to operate and the interface is user-friendly. Consult our audiologist now!

Signs That Your Hearing Aids May Not Be Providing Enough Benefit

Do you have difficulty understanding conversations, especially in background noise?

  • Frequently ask people to repeat themselves?
  • Often misunderstand what people say?
  • Have trouble hearing on the telephone?
  • Turn up the volume on the TV louder than others in the room prefer?
  • Feel people often mumble when they talk?
  • Struggle to hear birds chirping or rain falling?
  • Find yourself agreeing, smiling or nodding during conversations when you’re not sure what’s been said?
  • Withdraw from conversations because it’s too difficult to hear?
  • Rely on reading lips to understand what people are saying?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, a cochlear implant may be able to help you hear and understand conversations better.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if my hearing deteriorates?

Hearing loss may affects people at different age. It can also impact your quality of life and thus it is never too late to come and book an appointment with our qualified audiologist at our nearest branch.

What causes a hearing loss?

Hearing loss can be cause by several factors. Most hearing loss is caused by ageing process and usually affect the elderly. However, exposure towards loud noises, illness and hereditary may also affect your hearing. As a result, you may find difficulty in understanding speeches in your daily life and hard to comprehend information relays by other speaker.

How do hearing aids work?

A hearing aid magnifies sound vibrations entering the ear. Surviving hair cells detect the larger vibrations and convert them into neural signals that are passed along to the brain. The greater the damage to a person’s hair cells, the more severe the hearing loss, and the greater the hearing aid amplification needed to make up the difference.

However, there are practical limits to the amount of amplification a hearing aid can provide. In addition, if the inner ear is too damaged, even large vibrations will not be converted into neural signals. In this situation, a hearing aid would be ineffective. A hearing aid has three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier, and speaker.

The hearing aid receives sound through a microphone, which converts the sound waves to electrical signals and sends them to an amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and then sends them to the ear through a speaker.

Can hearing aids treat my ringing in the ear sound (tinnitus)?

According to American Tinnitus Association, a 2007 survey found that approximately 60% of tinnitus sufferers found some relief with hearing aids. In addition to masking the sounds of tinnitus, hearing aids increase stimulation between the brain and the auditory pathways. This may cause a reduction in tinnitus symptoms.

How much do hearing aid costs?

As we want you to be satisfied with our service,we offer hearing aids to suit your hearing requirements and your budget as hearing aids vary in costs and the level of technology embedded in the device. It also depends on your level of hearing loss, the style of hearing aids.Talk to one of our audiologist and we recommend you to have your hearing tested first and our audiologist will provide the best options base on your hearing needs. Our hearing aids fees are all inclusive of lifetime fine tuning, annual hearing tests, clean and checks, fittings and consultation.

Can I buy my hearing aids online?

We would not advise our patient to buy hearing aids through online as you are not certain of their quality. Moreover, you won’t be getting any hearing evaluation and your hearing aids will alsos not be programmed base on your current hearing level. Additionally, these hearing aids are seldom backed by warranty like how Audiolab offers their customers.

How long does a hearing test take?

Our full consultation and hearing test usually takes up to one and a half hour. Do a free hearing test to screen your hearing.

Where can I go to meet the audiologist?

Find your closest Audiolab branch through our website. Click here to visit the nearest branch.