Bedok Outlet Opening Promotion

Amazing Hearing Asia is pleased to announce the opening of our 4th Singapore outlet on Monday, the 4th March 2019.

Bedok Central: #01-747, 211 New Upper Changi, SG 460211

We are having a promotion of 50% off on LINX 9 3D Hearing aids,one of our Denmark best seller devices.

This promotion is limited to Bedok outlet, only 4 pairs are available.

Receiver-In-Ear (RIE)

ReSound LiNX2 On ear 61 MP side
resound LINX 3d hearing aid singapore
  • Water, sweat & dust resistant
  • Most discreet RIE Hearing aids from GN ReSound.
  • Battery Size 312:  7 days with 8 hours of daily usage

About GN ReSound,

ReSound is part of The GN Group,  150 years in history and one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world.

ReSound RS ReSound Smart 3D app Apple iPhone 7 All-Around Watch

With ReSound hearing aids, you will enjoy natural sounds and control the devices via the Resound Smart app in your Apple and Android devices.

This includes:

  • Volumes and Mute control
  • Speech Clarity
  • Noise reduction level
  • GPS Tracking of lost hearing aids
  • Tinnitus Relief/Management

December 2018 Christmas Promotion

For the month of Christmas, Amazing Hearing Centre is having a free upgrade for ReSound LINX 3D hearing aids. Customer can now enjoy premium technology level ($9,000 up to $14,000 per pair) with the price of mid range devices.

These devices are discreet, smartphone compatible, volume adjustable and also the most comfortable devices in the market. Promotion applies to Receiver-In-Ear hearing device as shown below,

resound LINX 3d hearing aid singapore
ReSound LINX 3D RIE form

Worn on Ears

These hearing devices can be collected on the same day. All prices quoted includes lifetime tuning, servicing and cleaning of hearing aids. While stocks last!

*NEW, December 2018 Free Upgrade- Enjoy the quality of Quattro 9 with the price of Quattro 7 for the month of Christmas! Only 3 pairs left!

Promotion applicable to all centres. Contact us now!

Second Customer fitted with Resound LiNX Quattro rechargeable hearing aids

resound linx quattro hearing aids singapore rechargeable satisfied customers

The ReSound LinX Quattro is Mr Tan Lian Aik’s first pair of hearing devices.

He and his wife have been very satisfied with the quality of the devices, as well as the services provided by the Amazing team.

In Amazing Hearing Centre, we strongly encourage our patients to come in for half year reviews and annual hearing assessment. These assessments are free of charge/ included with the purchase of hearing aids.  This is to ensure that you will have the best hearing quality with the hearing aids purchased in our centers.

SONIC Innovation Switzerland

Sonic Innovations Inc. makes and sells advanced digital hearing aids. The company was launched with digital signal processing (DSP) technology developed by a handful of professors in Utah and California.

Sonic’s goal is to create elegant and beneficial hearing solutions that improve life through enhanced hearing.

CIC SONIC HEARING AID SINGAPORE TIONG BAHRU AMAZING
SONIC Cheer hearing aids in CIC

SONIC hearing devices are suitable for individuals with mild to severe hearing loss, available in the form of RIC (Receiver-In-Canal) and CIC (Custom in Canal).

  • 3 technology levels to suit individual needs
  • Winning sound performance on our Speech Variable Processing platform

SONIC are suitable for patients on a budget. It’s superb sound platform preserves the soft and loud sounds that differentiate words and enhance speech clarity. They are battery operated and programmable, prices start from $1.5k.

Untreated Hearing Loss Link to Dementia and Falling

Hearing loss affects more than just the ears. An untreated hearing loss puts you at a significantly higher risk for developing dementia, Alzheimer’s, and falling.

Dementia and Alzheimer’s
We know when your brain is not receiving the adequate stimulation it needs from your ear, the nerve fibers in your brain begin to atrophy and die. When this starts to happen, you increase your risk of developing dementia. This begins at the first signs of hearing loss. In fact, you are TWICE as likely to be diagnosed with dementia even with a minimal hearing loss, and this risk only increases as your hearing becomes worse. Dementia is a horrible and heartbreaking disease for patients and families to go through. When you seek treatment for your hearing loss, you are greatly reducing your risk of this terrible diagnosis.

Falling
Did you know falling is the number one cause of injury and death in older adults? Medical expenses from older adults falling reaches over $30 billion every year. Many people do not know that the ear and the balance system are connected. When you have an untreated hearing loss your brain and balance system are not receiving critical information about objects near your feet (i.e. a pet), you have decreased spatial awareness, and an increase in cognitive load. All of these things lend to a THREE FOLD increased risk of falling.

Solutions

Hearing loss affects so much more than just the ears. Your risks of cognitive decline and falling can be greatly reduced with appropriate hearing aid treatment. Contact us now for a free hearing screening from our professional consultants.

Pre-retirement and your hearing health

If we’re lucky, we’ll live long enough to experience age-related hearing loss, also known as presbycusis. But what are we doing in the meantime to make sure that we’re hearing our best once we leave the workforce? Here are a few suggestions,

  • Protect against noise-induced hearing loss 

Sounds over 85 decibels (dB) are particularly harmful, especially if you’re exposed to them for more than 8 hours a day. Turn down the volume on your electronic devices, most especially anything you listen to through earphones. Limit your exposure to noisy environments — sports stadiums, concerts — and be intentional about moving away from loud noise you encounter accidentally.

  • Find a hearing healthcare professional and get a baseline hearing evaluation.

If you don’t have a relationship with a hearing healthcare professional, now is the perfect time to establish one. Hearing evaluations are quick, easy and painless. The results will tell your provider how well you’re hearing now and provide the baseline they need to monitor changes in your hearing.

  • Know your family’s hearing health history.

While some forms of hearing loss can be explained by noise and age-related conditions, others like otosclerosis, Usher’s Syndrome and Pendred Syndrome are hereditary. Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), the most common type of hearing loss, isn’t hereditary; however, if other family members have been diagnosed with SNHL it’s best to share this information with your hearing care professional, too. The more your clinician knows about your family’s hearing health, the better prepared they will be if you develop similar symptoms.

  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle now. 

Why? Because the health of your inner ear is directly related to the health of your circulatory system. Anything that interferes with your circulation — such as heart disease, smoking or obesity — can damage or kill the sensory hair cells in the cochlea. These hair cells are responsible for translating the noise your outer ear collects into electrical impulses for the brain to interpret as the daily sounds you recognize.

  • Set aside money for hearing aid

While you’re working, consider saving for hearing devices. You may not need hearing aids for several years — or at all! Still, it’s nice to know the money is there should your audiologist determine you could benefit from wearing them.

  • How much should you save?

The cost of hearing aids varies according to the severity of your hearing loss and your listening environments; however, plan to pay anywhere between $1,000 and $7,000 for each device.
Why invest in hearing aids? You may find this hard to believe, but this investment could actually save you money in the long run. Studies indicate those with untreated hearing loss have medical bills as much as 33 percent higher than those without hearing loss.

Hearing Aids Batteries

Hearing Aids Batteries

Hearing Aid batteries come in 4 common sizes, most manufacturers use an industry standard color code on their zinc air tabs and packaging.

Battery Life*

  • Yellow, Size 10: 7 days with 8 hours of daily usage
  • Orange, Size 13: 14 days with 8 hours of daily usage
  • Brown, Size 312: 10 days with 8 hours of daily usage
  • Blue, Size 675: 21 days with 8 hours of daily usage

*Please note that battery life also depends on the type of amplification used in your hearing aids.

Our batteries are priced at $6 per pack of 6 pieces. Customers that purchase hearing aids from our centers are entitled to $5 for a pack of 6 pieces.

Feel free to bring your hearing aids along so that our professionals can identify the correct battery size for you.

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

ReSound LiNX Quattro rechargeable hearing aids

Forget about batteries

Introducing the world’s first Premium-Plus hearing aid: ReSound LiNX Quattro™, designed for people who want the very best that technology has to offer and desire a brilliant sound experience with great speech intelligibility even in noisy situations.

Smallest and longest lasting 2.4 GHz integrated Li-ion rechargeable hearing aid on the market. It comes with a compact portable charger that holds three extra charges and offers quick charge.

First patient fitted with these hearing aids. 

Available for demonstration in all outlets.

 

Drugs that can cause Hearing Issues

Unknown to most people, one of the common causes of hearing loss are medicine. Ototoxicity is the term health professionals use for medications and supplements that cause hearing loss.

These medications damage the delicate hair cells in the inner ear responsible for hearing and balance in the process, and can lead to temporary or permanent damages. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), there are currently more than 200 medications and chemicals known to cause hearing loss and balance disorders.

Let’s take a look at some of them.

    1. Antibiotics -Ototoxic drugs, e.g. Aminoglycosides, to treat serious infections such as meningitis. Transported into the inner ear which blocks potentially harmful elements in the blood from damaging its delicate hair cells.

 

    1. Diuretics- Treat edema, glaucoma and high blood pressure. Possibly causes temporary hearing loss and tinnitus.

 

    1. Chemotherapy drugs, Cisplatin, a platinum-based chemotherapy to treat bladder, ovarian, and testicular cancers, side effects includes tinnitus, vertigo to temporary and permanent hearing loss.

 

  1. Anti-inflammatory drugs, Aspirin, acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). Research found increased risk of hearing loss with regular consumption.

The risk of ototoxicity increases as the drugs accumulates in our body. If you are taking any of the drugs stated above, we recommend a complete hearing assessment and work with your health practitioners to monitor any changes.