Instrument Selection and Care Processes

At Hearing Partners, we carry a vast selection of adult and paediatric hearing aids. Our friendly and knowledgeable audiologists will recommend the best device for your condition based on the results of the hearing test.

After you get your hearing aids, our hearing care professionals will advise you on the post-fitting processes including maintenance, upgrades and repairs.

Parts of a hearing aid

These are the 3 main parts that make up a hearing aid.

  • Microphone: The microphone detects sound and converts it into electrical signals. These signals are then transmitted to the amplifier.
  • Amplifier: The amplifier makes the signals louder.
  • Speaker: The speaker sends the amplified signals to the ear.

Hearing aid selection

Audiologist fitting hearing aid on patient

Types of hearing aids

There are 2 main types of hearing aids — behind-the-ear (BTE) and in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids.

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

  • Traditional behind-the-ear (BTE)
    The speaker for this type of hearing aid is situated in the body of the device.
  • Receiver-in-canal (RIC)/ Receiver-in-the-ear (RITE)
    The speaker for this hearing aid is attached to a wire which goes into the ear.

In-the-ear (ITE)

  • In-the-canal (ITC)
    ITC hearing aids are slightly bigger in size as compared to CIC hearing aids.
  • Completely-in-canal (CIC)
    CIC hearing aids are designed in the shape and size of the ear canal.
  • Invisible-in-the-canal (IIC))
    IIC hearing aids are worn far inside the ear canal such that they are invisible to others.

Hearing aids we carry

We carry an extensive selection of hearing aids to cater to our customers’ needs.

This includes hearing aids from renowned brands such as Oticon and Rexton.

Person holding Oticon hearing aids

Hearing aid after-care services

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Maintenance and upgrades

We provide a series of services related to the maintenance and upgrading of your hearing aids:

  • Fine-tuning of hearing aids
  • Cleaning and servicing
  • Ear mould maintenance
  • Hearing aid assurance
  • Software upgrades

Repairs and replacement

Over time, your hearing aids may be subject to wear and tear and environmental damage.

At Hearing Partners, we provide repair and replacement services for hearing aids that are damaged or no longer working.

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Why choose Hearing Partners?

Wide range of hearing aids

We offer a wide range of hearing aids for both adults and children to meet the needs and preferences of all our customers.

Holistic hearing solutions

On top of hearing aids, we also carry accessories that allow our customers to connect their hearing aids to other audio devices such as their phones, televisions and computers.

What our clients are saying

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“Lee Lee is very patient in answering all the queries that my grandpa has and explaining in simple terms so he could understand how to use the hearing aid.”

Vivien Ho

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“I would like to commend Si Hui for going the extra mile for my family and daughter. Top notch customer service with a smile. She is clearly passionate about her job.”


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“Audiologist Ms. Soh has been very professional in her analysis and in dispensing advice. She is customer-centric, focused on the needs of her customers and patiently listening to concerns.”



How much do hearing aids cost in Singapore?

The cost of hearing aids in Singapore will depend on various factors such as their type, features and model.

At Hearing Partners, our hearing aids can cost between $1,605 to $8,100 per piece (inclusive of GST).

How do I choose a hearing aid?

Choosing a hearing aid requires an in-depth understanding of your hearing. Thus, you should take a hearing test and get recommendations from a professional audiologist regarding the right hearing aid for your condition.

How long does it take to get used to wearing a hearing aid?

The amount of time taken to adjust to your hearing aids differs based on each individual. This is especially so if the hearing loss is gradual.

However, with time and patience, you can be sure to adjust to your hearing aids!

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