Hearing Care clinic is enriched with professional and qualified
audiologist back by SIEMENS AUDIOOGY GROUP

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We have extensive experience in all areas of hearing loss including digital hearing aids,
clinical hearing tests,hearing loss prevention and latest clinical technology and methodologies.

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We prescribe for our patient only the top leading and trusted SIEMENS
digital hearing AID- German Technology.

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We are not only selling hearing Aid but also make sure full Service and Support to make
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About Us

On 18 August 2014 the new outlet of Siemens hearing technology “Hearing Care Clinic” in Gulshan, Dhaka has introduced the 48 Channels’ hearing equipment of micon technology of the world famous Siemens, Germany. Mr. Trence Koh , Country Manager of Siemens Asia Pacific Zone and Mr. Wesleh Shu, Chief Audiologist of Siemens were present at the inauguration ceremony. From now on, the new 48 Channels hearing aid of micon technology is available in every hearing aid outlet of Siemens in Bangladesh. The sound processing frequency of the available hearing aids in Bangladesh market are in general from 225 Hz to 8000 Hz. But the new micon technology offers the sound processing frequency through 48 channels from 225 Hz to 12000 Hz, which helps the hearing impairment patients to improve hearing capability more clearly and comfortably. This new technology is very much suitable to those hearing loss patients, who like to enjoy music comfortably. Along with this new technology we are also offering all kind of Siemens Digital Hearing Aid with after sales services. Hearing Care Clinic is promised to give the best services with accurate tests results and world best hearing aid from Siemens.

Our Services

Behavioral Observation Audiometry (BOA) for developmental ages of 0 to 5 months: child's responses may consist of quieting, eye widening, startle, etc. Sounds of varying intensity are presented to the child via calibrated speakers or earphones. The sounds may consist of speech or music as well as specific frequencies that are critical to access (hear) the different sounds of speech. The audiologist looks for and records the child's responses to the softest sounds presented and plots them out on a graph called an audiogram.

A listening game that uses toys to maintain the child's attention and focus to the listening task. For example, the child holds a block, waits and listens for the sound. When the child hears the sound, they drop the block in a bucket. This is no different than raising one's hand in response to the sound, but the toys establish and maintains the child interested in the listening task for much longer than hand-raising alone. This "listening game" is demonstrated to the child by the audiologist, and once the child understands the game testing is underway.

Pure tone audiometry (PTA) is the key hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual, enabling determination of the degree, type and configuration of a hearing loss.

Tympanometry/ Impedance is a measure of the stiffness of the eardrum and thus evaluate middle ear function. This test can be helpful in detecting fluid in the middle ear, negative middle ear pressure, disruption of the ossicles, tympanic membrane perforation, and otosclerosis.

Speech Reception threshold (SRT) - One of the most basic measurements as the speech reception threshold. This test determines the lowest intensity level at which the patient can correctly identify 50% of common two-syllable words such as: baseball, airplane, mushroom. The SRT should be in close agreement with pure-tone threshold results. As a rule of thumb, the pure tone average or PTA should match the SRT, within 5 dB.

Eustachian Tube Functioning Test (ETF) - A functional and patent eustachian tube is necessary for ideal middle ear sound mechanics. A fully patent eustachian tube may not necessarily have perfect functioning, as is the case with the patulous eustachian tube or with mucociliary abnormalities. Testing of both eustachian tube patency and function are therefore important.

Speech Test- Speech audiometry has become a fundamental tool in hearing-loss assessment. In conjunction with pure-tone audiometry, it can aid in determining the degree and type of hearing loss. Speech audiometry also provides information regarding discomfort or tolerance to speech stimuli and information on word recognition abilities. In addition, information gained by speech audiometry can help determine proper gain and maximum output of hearing aids and other amplifying devices for patients with significant hearing losses and help assess how well they hear in noise. Speech audiometry also facilitates audiological rehabilitation management.

A successful hearing aid fitting is more than just selecting the correct device for your hearing needs. The hearing aids need to be properly fitted to your ears so that they provide the correct amount of amplification to maximize hearing aid benefit. Prior to fitting the hearing aids, our audiologist will conduct a thorough hearing test to measure the softest sound you can hear at different pitches and record the volume of sound that is uncomfortably loud for you. Based on these tests, our audiologist will know how much gain the hearing aid needs to provide in order to amplify soft sounds so they are audible and how much to compress loud sounds so that they are not uncomfortable.


We offer various Style of Hearing Aid that suit you


MiniTek-Sync your high-tech devices with your hearing aids.


EarMold- A device worn inserted into the ear for sound conduction or ear protection.


Batteries-Get Long battery life and clear amplification with Siemens stable voltage batteries.

Ear Plug

Use Earplug in the Bath/Shower for preventing water from getting in to Ear.

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) - Receiver-in-canal (RIC) models of hearing aids have a smaller housing that sits behind your ear, and at the same time allows for sound transmission directly into your ear. This makes RICs ideal for wearers who would like a subtle solution that is powerful, technologically advanced, and discreet.




In-The-Ear (ITE) - In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are also known as custom hearing aids. They are individually manufactured to fit a person’s ear, fitting into a person’s outer ear bowl. They range from invisible in-the-canal (IIC) hearing aids to full-shell hearing aids. Contact your hearing care professional to see if a custom, in-the-ear hearing aid is the best option for your hearing loss and personal style.





Behind-the-ear (BTE) - Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids come in a variety of styles from miniature to larger, high-powered hearing aids. A BTE hearing aid frequently includes a multiple directional microphone systems for improved understanding of speech in noisy situations. Ask your hearing care professional if a behind-the-ear hearing aid is the best option for your hearing loss and personal style.







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How does our Hearing Work?
  • Outer Ear: The Outer Ear picks up sound and transmits it to the eardrum via the ear canal.
  • Middle Ear: Sound Waves cause the eardrum to vibrate. The ossicles (malleus , incus and steps) pass the vibration on to the inner ear.
  • Inner Ear: The cochlea converts movements of the ossicles into electrical signal. The auditory nerve transmits the signals to the brain.
  • What Problem can Occurs?
  • Outer Ear:
      Otitis Externa: An infection which affects the external ear canal. Most often it is caused by bacteria.
      Earwax Build-up: The overproduction of earwax as well as improper cleaning, can lead to blockage of ear canal. This can result in a temporary yet significant loss of hearing ability.
      Blockage caused by foreign bodies: Blockage of the ear canal, can be caused e.g. by small objects.
  • Middle Ear::
      Otitis Media: Painful viral or bacterial inflammation in the middle ear. Hearing may be severely limited in the affected ear.
      Perforation of the Eardrum: Damage of the eardrum can be caused by diseases, sudden pressure changes, or foreign objects.
      Otosclerosis: Limited mobility of the steps due to calcium build- up, leading to slowly increasing hearing loss.
  • Inner Ear:
      Acoustic trauma: Damage to the inner ear caused by a very loud sound (shot, explosion, etc). Possible consequences are temporary hearing loss, tinnitus or feeling of clogged ears.
      Age-/noise-related hearing loss
      Side effects of medications
  • How Can Modern Hearing Instrument Helps?

    A hearing instrument can provide help in all cases of hearing loss that cannot be treated surgically or with medication.

  • Amplify sounds: A hearing instrument amplifies sound. It makes sounds louder and thus easier to hear.
  • Highlight speech: Modern hearing instruments can distinguish speech from background noise and specially highlight spoken words.
  • Recognize situations: Modern hearing instruments detect different listening situations (e.g. language and music) and automatically adjust to them.
  • Why take action as soon as possible?
  • Hearing loss usually slow process that takes many years. The earlier one takes steps to address hearing loss, the better. Untreated hearing loss instead can negatively influence your personal life.
  • The earlier you start, the easier it will be to get used to the hearing instrument.
  • Even if you only have slight hearing loss, hearing instruments can help to maintain existing hearing ability and language comprehension.
  • The brain is stimulated and trained, while mental vitality is maintained.
  • Quality of life is enhanced, resulting in unrestricted interpersonal communication and social interaction.
  • How to choose the Right Hearing Aid ?
  • Degree of Hearing Loss.
  • Frequencies of Hearing Loss.
  • Functionality.
  • Ear Anatomy.
  • Lifestyle Needs.
  • Cost.
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    Hearing Care Clinic
    Flat# C3, House# 05, Road# 34
    Gulshan-1, Dhaka

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