Hearing Loss in Adults
Causes and Signs
The impact of hearing loss varies from person to person. It greatly depends on the degree and configuration of hearing loss. However, hearing loss would, at least to certain extent, results in distorted or incomplete communication which leads to greater isolation and withdrawal. In turn the individual's life space and social life becomes restricted. While for those who are still in the workforce, uncorrected hearing loss has a negative impact on overall job effectiveness, opportunity for promotion and perhaps lifelong earning power.
Sudden cause
Middle Ear Infection
Head Injury
Eardrums are ruptured by foreign objects
Viral infection in the inner
Prolonged Cause
Over-exposure to noise
Occupational Deafness
Hearing Assessment
for Adults
The Audiological Department is formed by a professional team whose duties include locating the site of lesion, assessing and monitoring the status of client's auditory system, tinnitus counselling, audiology counselling such as information provision and support, making recommendations and referrals and assisting clients to develop appropriate strategies to enhance communication.

We provide the following hearing assessment services for adults:

Hearing Assessment

Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA)
PTA is a behavioural test used to establish the hearing threshold, the softest sound that can be perceived in a controlled environment.
Tympanometry
Tympanometry records changes in middle ear immittance with varying air pressure in the ear canal. It is a test used to detect disorders of the middle ear.
Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR)
ABR is generated from auditory nerve, subsequent fibre tracts and nuclei within the auditory brainstem pathways. Sounds are introduced through the earphones to the patients’ ear, and a few electrodes are attached to the patient to record the response.
Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR)
ASSR are brain response elicited by continuous steady-state modulated tonal acoustic stimuli. It is an objective frequency-specific hearing assessment which can be used to obtain detailed hearing sensitivity and auditory status in difficult to test patients.

Free 1-Week 
Hearing Aid Trial Service

Being first introduced by Phonak Hong Kong, the 1-week free trial is one of our most remarkable service. Customers can try our most advanced hearing aids risk-free for 1 week, with no obligation to buy. Experience for yourself how Phonak is able to bring you the best possible solutions for your hearing needs.

Service Process
Orthoscopic examination of both ears to determine if any visible problems exists in the ear canals
Conduct Pure tone audiometry to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual
Provide professional advice and follow up services
Try out the hearing aids in living environment
Service Guidelines
1st appointment:
A hearing assessment will be done by our Audiologist. Based on the reports and client lifestyle, audiologists will prescribe the most appropriate hearing aids. Only the deposit needs to be paid for the order.
2nd appointment:
1 week after, hearing aids have been made and set up by audiologist. Client can bring it back home for testing the real life performance.
3rd appointment:
1 week after, only the balance need to be paid if confirm purchase. Otherwise, we will refund the deposit.

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