The team at Clear Sound understands the impact that hearing loss can have on an individual’s quality of life. We work closely with our patients to provide comprehensive hearing evaluations, individualized treatment plans, providing top-of-the-line digital Hearing Aids and ongoing support.

Hearing Health for Everyone, Regardless of Age

Hearing loss can occur at any age and can be caused by a variety of factors such as aging, exposure to loud noise, certain medications, infections and genetics. Some typical indications of hearing loss include:

  • Avoidance of social situations or conversations due to difficulty hearing.
  • Difficulty in understanding words and voices in noisy environments.
  • Needing to turn up the volume on the television, radio or phone.
  • Frequently asking others to repeat themselves.
    Speech sounding muffled or slurred.
  • Trouble hearing consonants, especially in higher-pitched voices.
  • Withdrawal from hobbies and activities due to hearing difficulties.
  • Ringing or buzzing in the ears (tinnitus)
    Feeling of fullness or pressure in the ears.
  • Dizziness or vertigo (in some cases)

If an individual is experiencing any of the following symptoms, it is highly recommended to seek an evaluation from our proficient audiologist to ascertain the presence of hearing loss and deliberate on feasible treatment options.

Don’t let hearing loss turn down the volume of life

Experiencing hearing loss can pose difficulties and disrupt one’s daily life. If you notice any alterations in your behavior or that of your family, it is recommended to undergo a Hearing assessment to determine the degree of hearing loss. In many cases, children’s hearing issues are not detected until they are older since the parents miss the opportunity to correct the problem during the early stage.

Hearing Assessments include a series of tests that measures a patient’s ability to hear different sounds and frequencies. Based on the results of these tests, our team of proficient audiologists can determine the type and severity of the patient’s hearing loss and customizes a treatment plan which includes top-of-the-line hearing aids. Also providing you with follow-up appointments to ensure that the treatment plan is working effectively, as well as counseling on how to manage hearing loss and prevent further damage.

Silenced by hearing loss, the world becomes a muted melody, but with the right treatment, the music can still play on….

Hearing assessments

Assessing an individual’s hearing ability, identifying any hearing impairments and determining the appropriate treatment plan. There are several types of audiological evaluations that may be conducted, depending on the individual’s age, hearing status and specific needs.
Specialized audiological tests are assessments that help diagnose hearing disorders by measuring hearing ability, identifying the type and degree of hearing loss. ABLBT - Measures how well you hear in noise. SISI - Determines if you hear slight differences in sounds. TDT - Measures how quickly you hear a sound.
The PTA test involves the use of headphones or earplugs, and the audiometer generates tones of different frequencies and intensities that the patient responds to. The results of the test are recorded on an audiogram, which shows the softest sounds the patient can hear at different frequencies.
Impedance Audiogram/Tympanometry helps audiologists check how well your eardrum and tiny ear bones work to transmit sound vibrations to your inner ear. It also measures the pressure in the space behind your eardrum that contains these tiny bones.
It evaluates the function of the Eustachian Tube through various tests to determine the presence and severity of Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. Parameters include Valsalva, ET opening pressure, dilatory efficiency and % positive pressure equilibrated.
The evaluation includes a patient's hearing loss history and results of tests to evaluate their hearing ability. A cochlear implant is a small electronic device that provides a sense of sound, with an external portion placed behind the ear and a second portion surgically implanted under the skin.
A diagnostic test used to evaluate Meniere's disease and other inner ear disorders by measuring electrical potentials generated in response to sound stimulation in the cochlea.
This test assesses an individual's ability to hear and understand speech, by measuring their ability to recognize and repeat spoken words.

Early Diagnosis, Lifelong Hearing


Early detection is crucial for managing hearing loss, especially in newborns and children. If hearing loss is left untreated or undiagnosed for a prolonged period, it can have a significant impact on your child’s development, language, communication and social skills.

Oto-Acoustic Emissions is a test that checks the inner ear's response to sound. It's commonly used on infants and children who may not be able to participate in traditional hearing tests due to their age.
During an ASSR test, electrodes are placed on the child's scalp to measure the brain's response to auditory stimuli. The child is then presented with sounds at different frequencies and intensities, and the brain's response to each sound is recorded.
This test involves observing the baby's responses to sounds, such as turning their head or blinking their eyes. The volume and pitch of the sounds are gradually decreased to determine the softest sounds the baby can hear.
A neurophysiological test that evaluates hearing threshold and detects retro cochlear lesions in children and adults. Over 30% of children below 10 years exhibit hearing problems, making early diagnosis and rehabilitation crucial in reducing disability. BERA also provides an accurate assessment of hearing thresholds and identifies complex hearing disorders involving auditory processing areas of the brain.
Timely detection and treatment of hearing loss can significantly improve their quality of life and ensure they reach their full potential.

Persistent Ear Ringing?


Tinnitus is a prevalent condition where one hears ringing, buzzing or other similar sounds in one or both ears, which isn’t caused by the surrounding environment. The sound can be constant or intermittent and can vary in volume and pitch.

Anyone can suffer from tinnitus, but it is more common in adults. It is estimated that about 10-15% of the adult population worldwide experiences some form of tinnitus.

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy involves the use of sound therapy, which can assist in retraining your brain to reduce its awareness of Tinnitus. This form of therapy should be undertaken by individuals who experience severe or persistent Tinnitus in conjunction with other treatments. In cases where Tinnitus has resulted in hearing loss, Hearing Aids will be recommended for the same.

Hearing Aid Technologies

Hearing aids assist people having mild to moderate hearing loss, as well as those with severe hearing loss, by amplifying sound waves to enhance their hearing capabilities and improve overall quality of life. Our team of Audiologists possesses extensive expertise and experience in the field of Audiology. They will guide you through the selection process and recommend the most appropriate Hearing Aid.
  • Artificial Intelligence-based hearing aids
  • Smallest hearing aid invisible in the canal
  • Rechargeable hearing aid
  • Phone connectivity with the hearing aid
  • Wireless TV Connector
  • Bluetooth Hearing Aid

Hearing Aids

The choice of hearing aid depends on several factors, including the degree of hearing loss, lifestyle and personal preferences.

Behind The Ear (BTE)

Behind-the-Ear hearing aids are worn behind the ear and are connected to an earmold that fits inside the ear. They are suitable for people with mild to severe hearing loss.


Receiver-In-Canal hearing aids are similar to BTE hearing aids, but the speaker (receiver) is placed inside the ear canal, making them less visible. RIC hearing aids are discreet, comfortable, and effective for treating most types of hearing loss.

In The Ear (ITE)

In-the-Ear hearing aid is a custom-made hearing aid that fills the outer part of the ear, making them more comfortable for individuals with dexterity issues.

In The Canal (ITC)

In-the-Canal hearing aid is another type of custom-made hearing aid that fits partially inside the ear canal. ITC hearing aids are slightly larger than CIC hearing aids and are easier to handle and adjust.

Completely In Canal (CIC)

Completely-In-Canal hearing aid is custom-made to fit entirely inside the ear canal. CIC hearing aids are tiny and discreet, making them ideal for individuals who want an inconspicuous hearing aid. Suitable for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.

Invisible in Canal (IIC)

Small and designed to fit deep within the ear canal. Invisible-in-Canal hearing aids are personalized to fit in the individual’s ear, and they are almost invisible when worn.
Committed to providing personalized and professional assistance to help you choose the optimal hearing aid that best suits your specific needs!