Overview

Children are not little adults, with their consult, investigations and treatment needing to be tailored to their specific ages. Their spectrums of diseases do overlap with adults, but often with different presentations, progression, severity and specific causes. Adults are not merely big children either, with similar unique challenges and concerns. The clinic manages many families, facilitating integrated care and support.

Hearing loss Treatment, Singapore

If you are seeking a premier hearing loss specialist in the vicinity, look no further, for our center in Singapore is ideal for all your needs. Conductive hearing loss is an issue faced by many, and can occur with pathologies in the external and middle ear. For instance, ear wax, ear infections, middle ear fluid build-up or a hole in the ear drum are all valid examples. Medication, hearing aids or hearing implants can help treat sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus from aging, noise, drugs, congenital or genetic deafness. Thankfully the medical and technological advances made in today’s age ensure that no patient lives in hearing loss-related silence.

You can always count on us if you seek effective treatment from a hearing loss doctor in Singapore, who specializes in conditions of the ear, nose and throat. Our range of treatments for various ear and balance problems, along with those of the nose, sinus, throat, mouth, head and neck help manage these issues effectively. In addition, we also help to holistically treat conditions of snoring, allergic rhinitis, hoarseness, gastroesophageal reflux laryngitis, and laryngotracheal airway narrowing and stridor.

Children and adult conditions managed at the Singapore clinic include:
Ear / Balance
  • Newborn hearing loss (non-syndromic/ syndromic; genetic/ non-genetic)
  • Children’s hearing loss at different ages
  • Cochlear hearing loss
  • Central auditory processing disorder
  • Adult Hearing loss (e.g. age related hearing loss, noise-induced hearing loss)
  • Ringing Ears (Tinnitus)
  • Ear-related giddiness/ vertigo
  • Ear wax and foreign bodies
  • Middle ear fluid and infection (Otitis media effusion, acute otitis media, glue ear)
  • Torn ear drum/s
  • Malformed, eroded, dislocated or fixed ear bones
  • Tumor (cholesteatoma, bony, polyp, vascular, skin)
  • Microtia auricle (malformed outer ear)
  • Atresia ear canal (absent ear canal)

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