Dr Anita Bhandari's Vertigo and Ear Clinic has facilities for various screening and diagnostic procedures to evaluate the hearing of all age groups, from infants to the elderly. Along with pure tone and speech audiometry, we also test speech discrimination scores and UCL, MCL, SISI tone decay, and ABLB for hearing studies to differentiate between cochlear and retrocochlear pathologies along with middle ear impedance, including tympanometry, stapedial reflexometry, reflex decay test and Eustachian tube function in normal and perforated eardrums. All examinations are carried out in a soundproof double room set up according to international guidelines.
Being a renowned provider of hearing aids in Jaipur, Dr Anita Bhandari's Vertigo and Ear Clinic excels in making a positive impact on the life of its patients. Setting and tuning of the hearing aids by a doctor-audiologist team is the key to a good hearing aid output and successful outcome.
- We do hearing aid fittings along with hearing aid optimization and fine tuning of different models and styles of hearing aids using functional gain measures. Impressions for ear moulds, which are an essential accessory to hearing aids, are custom made.
- We deal in various types, styles and power of hearing aids to help every patient to choose the best listening device for them, including the following:
BTE (behind the ear): Suitable for mild to profound hearing loss cases, BTE devices consist of a case that rests on the pinna (ear) with the tubing connected to the ear moulds.
ITE (in the ear) are custom-made hearing aids that rest in the concha of the ear. They are suitable for mild to severe losses
RIC (receiver in the canal): A new kind of small hearing device, RIC delivers sound to the receiver through a thin wire providing less occlusion and more comfort to the patient. These are especially useful for patients of high frequency hearing loss.
ITC (in the canal) is a small hearing aid which rests in the ear canal and is not visible.
CIC (completely in the canal) devices are small in size and not very visible.
IIC (invisible in the canal) aids are custom made according to each patient's canal.
BAHA (bone-anchored hearing aid) is implanted in the bone behind the ear. It is useful for patients with severe hearing loss in one ear or in patients with discharging ears or malformation of the outer ear.