• Premature or instrumental delivery
  • Birth anoxia (Lack of oxygen during delivery)
  • Delayed or feeble birth cry
  • Birth weight less than 1200grams


  • Deformities of ear, nose, face and throat
  • Jaundice, high fever or convulsions immediately after birth
  • Infectious diseases (e.g., mumps, measles, syphilis,  brain fever, viral fever, T.B.)
  • Intake of antibiotics for a long duration
  • Injury to the ear
  • Exposure to loud sounds
  • High Blood Pressure, Diabetes
  • Aging
  • Tumours of the nerve supplying the ear
  • Neglected ear discharge


  • Family history of childhood deafness
  • Consanguineous marriages
  • Blood group complications or RH incompatibility
  • Infectious diseases or illnesses during pregnancy (e.g., Syphilis, rashes with fever, mumps)
  • Very poor physical condition of the expectant mother
  • Excessive alcohol or nicotine intake.
  • Intake of antibiotics or any other toxic drugs.
  • Exposure to X-rays


Recognition of the hearing problem is the first step in rectifying it. Some of the common indications of hearing loss are

  • High pitched voices like that of women and children being lost
  • Difficulty in hearing at public gatherings, theatres where the source of sound is distant
  • Difficulty in understanding conversation within a group of people.
  • Difficulty in listening to the radio or TV.


  • Avoid marriages among blood relatives
  • Ensure good health of the expectant mother-seek health check-up at regular intervals.
  • Expectant mother should avoid contact with persons suffering from infectious diseases.
  • Make sure that the delivery takes place under a supervision of a doctor.
  • Immunize the child.
  • Maintain good ear hygiene.
  • Avoid exposure to loud sounds
  • Use ear protectors while working in noisy areas.
  • Avoid taking medicines without doctor’s advice.
  • Avoid injuries to your ears and head.
  • Do not neglect earache or ear discharge, dizziness etc.,
  • Do not try to clean the ears with sharp objects.
  • Do not use oil or any other liquids to clean your ears.

A short and simple test conducted by the Audiologist determines the type and severity of hearing loss. After the age of 50, hearing must be evaluated regularly, at least once in a year. Each individuals hearing loss is unique and needs an equally individualistic solution. Hence, consulting a professional audiologist is essential for proper rehabilitation. Hearing evaluation is recommended to start rehabilitative measures as early as possible and to ensure a Bright future for the individual.


Vaibhav Hearing  center will achieve:

  • High quality client care
  • Significant commercial success
  • World leadership in hearing rehabilitation, devices, techniques and hearing loss prevention
  • Provider of choice status for services to all eligible hearing-impaired people.


  • Our friendly staff care, and will work with you to discuss the best solution for your hearing needs.
  • Our staff will help arrange appointments, provide information and answer any questions you might have.


  • Specialist care
  • The latest hearing aid technology to suit your particular needs
  • A prompt repair service
  • Priority to appointment and consultation
  • Homely Environment

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