Vision Care Hearing Solutions equipped with qualified audiology professionals is glad to provide you a variety of hearing aid services online in Sri Lanka for all hearing related problems.

Hearing Evaluation

You will be offered a wide variety of comprehensive diagnostic audiological evaluations for all ages, with computerized modern equipment adhering to international standards and protocols.

The diagnostic hearing evaluations include the following:

Pure Tone Audiometry for adults

Pure Tone Audiometry is a behavioral test which is conducted to measure an individual’s hearing sensitivity and to find out if there are any deviations from the norm. Provided the person is having a hearing loss, this test gives an overall view regarding the

  • Degree of hearing loss
  • Type of hearing loss

Behavioral Testing for children includes:

  1. Behavioral Observation Audiometry (BOA)

    This test is done on infants from birth to 6 months. Audiologists analyze the auditory behaviors of the infants by providing auditory stimuli given through loudspeakers in a soundproof environment. The test gives an idea of whether the child’s auditory responses are age appropriate or not.

  2. Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA)

    This test is carried out on children between 6 months to 3 years of age, where the child has gained proper head control because the responses are recorded as a head turn toward the sound source. A special device is then used to visually reinforce the child.

  3. Conditioned Play Audiometry (CPA)

    CPA is done on children from 2 years to 6 years and is performed as a play activity.

Speech Audiometry

This test measures the hearing sensitivity with respect to speech signals, and aids to determine the nature of hearing loss along with the pure tone audiometry findings. In general, it measures the individual’s ability in speech understanding, discrimination and discomfort levels. The test findings are useful in the subsequent hearing aid fitting and also to determine various hearing disorders.


Electrophysiological Testing

Electrophysiological tests basically assess the inner ear and beyond, till the level of the cortex. These tests eliminate the need for the active participation of the patient tested, hence it serves as a useful tool in assessing the pediatric population.

  1. Otoacoustic Emission Testing (OAE)

    It is performed to identify the functioning of the cells which determine the audibility of auditory signals. It provides preliminary information regarding a person’s hearing sensitivity, therefore utilized to screen hearing in newborn babies.

  2. Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR/BSER)

    This test can show the responsiveness of the auditory nerve and the auditory pathway to the brain to different sound signals. This uses surface electrodes to pick up the responses given by the nerves according to the sound stimuli given through the ears. This test can be done for all ages, especially for pediatrics. However, the patient has to stay calm during the test as the movements/sounds directly affect the test result.

  3. Auditory Steady State Responses (ASSR)

    This test has almost the same procedure used while conducting Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABR) testing. However, it takes less time to conduct ASSR, as the testing can be done for both ears simultaneously.

Tympanometry and Reflexometry

Hearing losses could occur due to pathologies and dysfunctioning of the middle ear such as wax impaction, eustachian tube dysfunction, tympanic membrane perforation, etc.

  • Tympanometry can be used to identify the nature of the middle ear and tympanic membrane. It sends a sound signal and makes pressure difference inside the ear canal hence, identifies the functioning. This test can be used for all ages and the person who is involved with the testing doesn’t need to respond.
  • Reflexometry is used to identify the acoustic reflexes of a specific muscle (stapedius muscle) located in the middle ear, for sound signals. It can provide basic information regarding the functioning of the middle ear and brainstem.

Tinnitus Evaluation and Management

Tinnitus is a condition in which you would hear a sound inside your ears, without any external sound source. This condition occurs due to many pathological reasons. It may lead to reduced quality of life, as the tinnitus sound may disturb day-to-day life. Tinnitus impacts each individual in a unique way. So, the testing procedure is done to get an idea about the individuals’ condition and determine an appropriate management plan.

Hearing aid selection and fitting

The process of getting a hearing aid in Sri Lanka or anywhere else in the world is a daunting task for most. It often leaves most people confused with the many options presented to them and unable to decide what to do. Hearing aids are not cheap, and making the right decision and the right investment is crucial – Vision Care, Hearing Solutions Sri Lanka provide you with hearing aid services to help you make the right decision!

The hearing aid trial is the most important procedure you must undergo to select your hearing aid. We have a look at your report, but that is just one aspect of your problem. Seeing the individual needs as a whole requires us to know what your communication and listening environments are. Based on the information we gather, we trial several hearing aid models. This is done in a special setting which allows us to simulate different listening environments you will encounter on a daily basis.

The testing may take 1 hour or more because we take the time to help you make the best decision for your hearing.

Hearing Aid After Care Services & Accessories

  • Free earmolds for the Behind The Ear hearing aid purchases These earmolds are manufactured by taking into consideration your age, type of hearing loss and degree of hearing loss. They help to couple the hearing aid to your ear.
  • Hard molds (manufactured from acrylic)
  • Soft molds (manufactured from silicon)

Hearing aid accessories

Hearing aids cannot function without hearing aid accessories. We have all types of hearing aid accessories required for different types of hearing aids and would be happy to explain the different services they provide you!

  • Hearing aid batteries (Zinc-air batteries)
    • Size 675
    • Size 13
    • Size 312
    • Size 10
  • Wax protectors for Receiver in the ear (miniRITE) and Custom made hearing aids including In the Ear (ITE), In the Canal (ITC), Completely In the Canal (CIC), Invisible In the Canal (IIC)
  • Drying capsules (desiccants) and drying tubs for the storage of hearing aids
  • Behind the ear hearing aid holders (Huggies) to be used for children
  • Ear gears to cover Behind The Ear (BTE) hearing aids and protect the device from moisture.
  • Silicone/ wax earplugs used for ear protection

Silicone earplugs are a compressible device which can be inserted to the ear canal to avoid hazardous environmental noises such as, industrial noise/military noise/recreational noise.

Wax earplugs have the ability to prevent water from entering the ear canal. It is more useful for individuals with ear related pathologies such as ear infections, perforated eardrum, etc.

  • Receivers and cords for pocket type hearing aids (Body-level hearing aids)

We Are Now Pleased to Offer Hearing Aid Batteries Online in Sri Lanka

Getting your hearing aid batteries online in Sri Lanka is now hassle free and affordable with

The battery is an important component of your hearing device, and powers it to make it usable and effective. There are different types and sizes of hearing aid batteries, depending on the type of device you use. The two main types of hearing aid batteries include:

  • Rechargeable Batteries: Most newer models of hearing aids come with rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which should be charged during the night time when you are not using your device. These batteries should be charged frequently in order to be able to use your hearing device without any issues, and can provide you with a full day’s use after a single charge.
  • Standard Disposable Batteries: Older models of hearing aids came with disposable Zinc-air button batteries, which will need to be replaced once the power is drained from it and you find that you are having difficulties using your hearing device. In general, these batteries have a lifespan of around 5 to 14 days, but could vary according to size and brand. When the power starts to drain from the battery you will encounter issues with the hearing device. Not replacing these batteries in time could also cause damages to your hearing aid.

Whether your hearing device uses rechargeable or disposable batteries, you can get any type of hearing aid batteries online in Sri Lanka through!


Hearing aid troubleshooting services and repairs

Hearing aids are small electronic equipment that are worn behind or inside the ear and it requires special instruments to identify the problems inside a hearing aid.

  • Hearing Instrument Test (HIT)
  • Hearing Instrument Test (HIT) is used to assess the function of the hearing aid compared to the manufacturer’s claim. Those measurements are done using special equipment.
  • Free hearing aid servicing, fine-tuning and follow-ups for the entire lifetime of the hearing aid. Hearing aids are small equipment that has sophisticated electronic circuits, hence proper hearing aid care and maintenance with regular servicing is a must for a long-lasting hearing aid. Understanding this well and wanting our customers to receive the best value for the money they have invested in a new pair of hearing aids, we offer completely free hearing aid servicing along with fine-tuning for the entire lifetime of the hearing aid.


  • We are always here to enhance your quality of life by reducing the difficulties faced with hearing reduction with our counseling services. You will get professional advice for appropriate referrals, management options, rehabilitation procedures, hearing aid care and maintenance, communication strategies, and any other hearing-related problems.

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