Rediscover the Sounds of Your Life

Getting the right hearing aids requires an understanding of your hearing loss profile.
Take a free hearing test (worth $100) and have your hearing aids fitted by our certified audiologists!

Looking to Replace Your Hearing Aids?

We welcome trade-ins for your current hearing device from any brand.
In turn, you can receive a rebate* of up to $3,000 from us.

*Terms and conditions apply

Rediscover the Sounds of Your Life

Getting the right hearing aids requires an understanding of your hearing loss profile.
Take a free hearing test (worth $100) and have your hearing aids fitted by our
certified audiologists!

Looking To Replace Your Hearing Aids?

We welcome trade-ins for your current hearing device from any brand.
In turn, you can receive a rebate* of up to $3,000 from us.

*Terms and conditions apply

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Changing Lives Everyday

With Over 10,000 Satisfied Patients

Thomas Chan, Long-term hearing aids user

Rosie Wee, User of Oticon More™

From the very 1st day my grandpa went to hearing partners, Lee Lee has always been very professional and makes us feel at home.

She is very patient in answering all the queries that my grandpa has and explaining in simple terms so he could understand how to go about using the hearing aid.

I feel confident and assured to have Lee Lee as my grandpa’s go-to audiologist.

- Vivien Ho

I would like to commend Si Hui, an audiologist from Oticon, for going the extra mile for my family and daughter with hearing loss.

Si Hui has shown me what a world class brand like Oticon represents. Top notch customer service, service with a smile, and she even followed up with videos of hearing aid maintenance etc.

She is clearly passionate about her job, and also the people using the technology. 

- Teresa

Have Your Hearing Assessed By Professionals

Hearing Partners — Singapore’s Leading Hearing Healthcare Company

10,000+

patients fitted with hearing aids

20+

years of experience

10

clinics in Singapore

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Risk-free 1 week trial

*For additional convenience, we also provide home visitation services. Call us at 6238 8832 to find out more.

Types of hearing aids

Our hearing aids come in different styles and sizes. The decision on which type to fit a customer greatly depends on their hearing loss profiles, shape of ears and the different needs of the customer.

Picking the wrong type may affect the performance of the hearing aid as well as the customer’s comfort. It is best to discuss with our audiologists before making a decision.

Different colours and sizes of Oticon hearing aids
Woman with In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid
In-the-ear (ITE)
Woman with In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aid
In-the-canal (ITC)
Woman with Completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid
Completely-in-canal (CIC)
Woman with Invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) hearing aid
Invisible-in-the-canal (IIC)
Woman with Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid
Behind-the-ear (BTE)
Woman with Receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid
Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

Why Choose Oticon?

The next big thing in hearing aid technology – BrainHearing™

We don’t hear with our ears, we hear with our brains.

Old hearing technology is made for the ears only. It distorts, compresses and closes down surrounding sounds which are out of sync with reality. This causes stress in the brain, drains your energy and withdraws you from social life.

Therefore, Oticon introduced the new BrainHearing™ technology in our hearing aids. Instead of closing down sounds, it opens up to a whole soundscape. This technology stimulates the brain while reducing effort and freeing up mental energy. It improves speech understanding, reduces listening effort and increases memory retention in all settings.

With Oticon hearing aids, you get closer to normal hearing.

 
Cochlear implant
Hearing aid
How it works• Bypasses the damaged part of the inner ear
• Transforms sounds into electrical signals that are sent directly to the auditory nerve and on to the brain, where they are heard as sounds
• Amplifies sounds that would otherwise not be audible to an individual
• Amplified sounds travel through the outer and middle ear to reach the cochlea and auditory nerve
Requires surgery?YesNo
Suitable forThose who do not or cannot benefit from using hearing aidsMild to profound hearing loss who can benefit from use of hearing aids

*Patients who purchased Oticon hearing aids can opt to sign up for our Assurance Program which covers incidents of theft, loss and irreparable damage (not caused by user’s negligence, mishandling and misuse).

How much does a hearing aid cost in Singapore?

We carry a wide selection of hearing aids. The price of these devices will vary depending on a number of factors including the model and their features.

Our audiologists will advise you on the best hearing solution that will suit your lifestyle preferences, listening needs and budget.

We also offer credit card instalment plans to make our solutions more affordable for you. Contact us to find out more!

 

Trade in your hearing aids

You can opt to trade-in* your current hearing aids for a rebate (up to $3,000).

*Terms and conditions apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a hearing aid last?
The average lifetime of a hearing aid is 3-5 years. However, it depends on how well you take care of your hearing aids. Here’s how you can take care of your hearing aids: 

  • Leave the battery compartment open when you are not using your hearing aids. This conserves battery life and helps ventilate any moisture. 
  • Always keep your hearing aids clean and dry; get into the habit of cleaning your hearing aids every day. 
  • Use a clean cloth and a small brush to clean your hearing aids. Never use oil, water, or household cleaning products. 
  • Check the sound output every day – after you have cleaned them – and remove earwax if necessary.
  • Always check you have removed your hearing aids before you go swimming, take a shower, or apply hair spray.
Do I need to upgrade to a new hearing aid if I’m only using it when going out?
It is always advisable to use hearing aids at all situations and all day to experience the full benefits.  The latest technology of Oticon’s new hearing aids give better sound supports in outdoor and noisy listening situations. It allows better speech understanding and listening attention with less effort.  We advise to do a risk-free trial to experience the difference before deciding on the need to upgrade.
What hearing aid models can I trade in?
All hearing aid models of any brands, in any conditions, will be accepted for this trade-in promotion.
What are the terms and conditions for the trade-in?
  1. We will be collecting the old hearing aids under this trade-in promotion
  2. This promotion cannot be combined with other discount promotions at Hearing Partners.
  3. The old hearing aids can only be traded-in but not to be exchanged for cash
  4. This promotion is valid till 31 December 2020.
When is it time to change your hearing aids?
  • Your hearing aids don’t work as well as they used to, even after numerous repairs.
  • Your hearing aids don’t have the latest technology such as Bluetooth connectivity for streaming to devices and rechargeability.
  • When you want to harness the latest development of hearing aid technology to improve your listening experience.
  • Your hearing loss has worsened and you can no longer hear as well as before.
  • The hearing aids you purchased online don’t work.

If any of the above statements apply to you, it’s time to consider an upgrade!

Why are hearing aids so expensive?

A large percentage of the cost is due to the amount of research and development needed to continually improve the technology that powers your hearing aid. These days, advanced technology uses digital software to enable the filtering of unwanted background noise and enhance speech and environmental sounds. Moreover, hearing aids are often customised to ensure they correct your specific hearing issues and meet your comfort preferences and lifestyle requirements.

What are the differences between cheap hearing aids sold online and those prescribed by hearing care professionals?

Hearing aids are registered as a medical device by Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA). Many “hearing aids” sold online are not actual hearing aids but Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAP) which are not registered as a medical device.  They often provide sub-standard general amplification and often do not work very well as compared to professionally prescribed and fitted hearing aids. These devices may further damage the hearing system if it is overly amplified without proper adjustment and assessment.  Additionally, a hearing care professional is not physically available to offer any assistance for prescription and fitting, so there is no way it can be adjusted according to the user’s hearing level. If you go to a clinic, there will be

  • a proper consultation with a hearing test conducted by a hearing care professional, 
  • a post-fitting review and hearing aid tuning by the hearing care professional,
  • on-the-spot hearing aid troubleshooting service, and
  • further counselling on communication strategies while wearing hearing aids.
Can I use MediSave to purchase hearing aids?
No, it is currently not available in hospitals and in private hearing care settings. That is why Oticon is offering a discount of up to $1,500 for a new pair of hearing aids if you bring in your old ones.
I have tinnitus. Will wearing hearing aids make it worse?
Hearing aids will not worsen tinnitus. In fact, it may help to decrease the effect of tinnitus. There is also a feature within Oticon’s hearing aids to reduce the effect of tinnitus via sound masking and relaxation.  Please consult our audiologists and audiometricians for tailored advice for your condition.
Does my ear wax build up affect the sound quality of my hearing aids?
Excessive ear wax in the ear canal will affect the transmission of sound from the hearing aids to the ear. Wax buildup will also clog the output of the hearing aid causing the sound to be weak, distorted or non-existent.  This is one of the leading causes of hearing aid repair. Thus to prevent this, it is advisable to clean your hearing aids daily.

Find a Hearing Clinic Near You

Hearing Partners - Lucky Plaza

304 Orchard Road, Lucky Plaza, #05-47
Singapore 238863
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Connexion

1 Farrer Park Station Road, #16-12 Connexion
Singapore 217562 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Royal Square @ Novena

103 Irrawaddy Road, #01-02 Royal Square @ Novena
Singapore 329566
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Delfi Orchard

402 Orchard Road, #03-19 Delfi Orchard
Singapore 238876 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Toa Payoh

Block 190, #01-580 Toa Payoh Lorong 6
Singapore 310190 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Parkway Parade

80 Marine Parade Road, #03-11 Parkway Parade
Singapore 449269 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Ang Mo Kio

Block 722, #01-2833 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
Singapore 560722 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Clementi

Block 320, #01-43 Clementi Avenue 4
Singapore 120320 
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Tampines

Blk 503, Tampines Central 1 #01-281
Singapore 520503
Tel: 6238 8832

Hearing Partners - Yishun

Block 925, #02-227 Yishun Central 1
Singapore 760925 
Tel: 6238 8832

Tampines

Blk 503 Tampines Central 1 #01-281, Singapore 520503

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6238 8832

Novena (Diagnostics Centre)

103 Irrawaddy Road #01-02, Royal Square @ Novena, Singapore 329566

Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm

Tel: 6238 8832

Farrer Park (Diagnostics Centre)

1 Farrer Park Station Road #16-12, Connexion, Singapore 217562

Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 8.30am to 12.30pm

Tel: 6435 0148

Toa Payoh Central

Blk 190 Toa Payoh Lorong 6 #01-580, Singapore 310190

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6354 1038

Parkway Parade

80 Marine Parade Road #03-11, Parkway Parade, Singapore 449269

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6346 2282

Yishun

Block 925 Yishun Central 1 #02-227, Singapore 760925

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6755 2252

Ang Mo Kio

Block 722 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 #01-2833, Singapore 560722

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6554 5260

Lucky Plaza (Diagnostics Centre)

304 Orchard Rd #05-47, Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863

Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm

Tel: 6235 6601

Orchard Delfi

402 Orchard Rd #03 – 19, Delfi Orchard, Singapore 238876

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6238 2913

Clementi

Block 320 Clementi Avenue 4#01-43, Singapore 120320

Monday: 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm

Tel: 6776 7377

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Outlets Islandwide

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