Shono Bangladesh


Audiology Services In Dhaka

For the treatment of any hearing-related issue, Shono Bangladesh now offers exclusive audiology services in Dhaka. From screening to detailed evaluation for any age group, the dedicated service of our passionate audiologists are available at all our branches in Dhaka.

Our Amazing Hearing System

The tiniest bone of human body is situated inside the ears. Such are two of the sophisticate organ is our ears. The visual outer part is just the first part of the three. The ear is usually segmented as external ear, middle ear and inner ear. The external ear is divided into Auricle or Pinna (the visible outer part) and External Auditory Meatus which extends upto the middle ear separated by ear drum or tympanic membrane. The middle ear has the three tiny bones bridging the outer and inner ear. The inner ear has the main organ, the cochlea that maintains sensation of hearing and the vestibular system for maintaining body balance.

How simply it seems,  in matter of seconds the sounds around us reaches the innermost parts of our ear and brain interprets the information but the more in complex and delicate the structure of our ear is.

At Shono Bangladesh, we are dedicated in providing exceptional audiology services in Dhaka that cater to all your hearing needs.  With a comprehensive range of services and state-of-the-art facilities, we are your one-stop destination for all things related to hearing health.

Whether congenital or sudden for any condition related to ear, loosing no time contact an expert Audiologist nearby and Shono Bangladesh is always a call away to address your needs and provide emmergency care. Our team of expert audiologists is committed to delivering top-notch hearing evaluation, diagnostics, and therapeutic solutions.

About Audiology At a Glance

Audiology is the specialized field of healthcare focused on the study, assessment, and management of hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists are trained professionals who specialize in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating a variety of hearing and auditory-related conditions.

Our Expert Audiologists

At Shono Bangladesh, our audiologists are highly trained and experienced in the doctor of audiology in Bangladesh. Shono Bangladesh thrives on pioneer, enthusiastic graduate professionals dedicated for advancing audiology ,speech language pathology and audiology hearing care services, empowering lives through their expertise, passion, and commitment. They possess in-depth knowledge of the auditory system, and they are dedicated to help individuals of all ages achieve optimal hearing health and communication.

Why Choose Shono Bangladesh for Hearing Evaluation and Diagnostics?

Choosing Shono Bangladesh for your hearing evaluation and diagnostics ensures a thorough and accurate assessment of your auditory health. We employ a combination of objective and subjective tests to gain a comprehensive understanding of your hearing abilities and challenges.

Shono Bangladesh ensures authentic, detailed test reports adhering to international hearing evaluation protocols, ensuring accurate assessments and personalized care. Your hearing health matters to us.

Comprehensive Diagnostics

Our in-depth evaluations provide a clear picture of your hearing health, enabling accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plans. From  benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) to Meniere’s disease and from permanent to sudden hearing losses, hearing losses of different types, we identify and address a spectrum of vestibular disorders.

At Shono Bangladesh, you’re more than just a patient. We recognize that every individual’s experience with balance and vestibular issues is unique. Our specialists work closely with you to understand your symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle, ensuring the most accurate assessment and tailored treatment.

Patient-Centric Approach

Empowering Through Knowledge

Our commitment doesn’t end with diagnosis. We trust the strength of awareness building and spreading knowledge thus establishing empowerment of our patients with knowledge . Following your assessment, we provide detailed explanations of the results, equipping you with a better understanding of your condition and the available treatment options.

At Shono Bangladesh, we recognize that every individual’s hearing needs are unique. Our experienced audiologists conduct thorough assessments to precisely understand your hearing profile. This ensures that the hearing aid chosen for you is not just a device but an instrument tailored to your specific requirements. We take pride in providing comprehensive care, from selection to fitting and ongoing adjustments, to ensure optimal performance and comfort.

Dispensing Hearing Aids: Precision and Personalization

Age No Barrier: Hearing Evaluation for All

Hearing is integral to all stages of life, and so is our evaluation. From infants to seniors, we offer comprehensive hearing assessments for all age groups. Our specialists use a combination of tests and techniques to evaluate hearing health, ensuring that we address potential concerns at their earliest stages.

We believe in proactive care, and our newborn hearing screening program is a testament to this commitment. Early detection of hearing issues is crucial for a child’s language and cognitive development. With our advanced screening techniques, we ensure that every newborn has the opportunity for a sound and vibrant future.

Newborn Hearing Screening: Paving a Sound Future

Affordable Hearing Health: Your Well-being Matters

Access to quality hearing care should not be a privilege. At Shono Bangladesh, we understand this. Our services are designed to provide exceptional care at reasonable prices. Our comprehensive hearing tests and screenings are within reach, ensuring that no one has to compromise on their hearing health due to financial constraints.

Common Causes of Hearing Loss:

  1. Age-Related (Presbycusis): Gradual hearing loss due to aging, affecting high-frequency sounds first.
  2. Noise Exposure: Prolonged exposure to loud noise damages delicate hair cells in the inner ear.
  3. Genetics: Inherited genetic mutations can lead to congenital or progressive hearing loss.
  4. Infections: Ear infections, especially chronic ones, can damage the middle or inner ear.
  5. Ototoxic Medications: Certain drugs can harm the auditory system and cause hearing loss.
  6. Trauma: Head injuries, sudden loud noises, or acoustic trauma can lead to hearing loss.
  7. Meniere’s Disease: Inner ear disorder causing hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo.
  8. Otosclerosis: Abnormal bone growth in the middle ear affects sound transmission.
  9. Tumors: Noncancerous (acoustic neuroma) or cancerous growths can impact hearing.
  10. Autoimmune Disorders: Conditions like autoimmune inner ear disease can cause sudden hearing loss.

Understanding these causes helps in prevention, early detection, and appropriate management of hearing loss.

some common ear-related diseases:

  1. Otitis Media: Infection or inflammation of the middle ear, often causing earache and temporary hearing loss.
  2. Tinnitus: Perceived ringing or noise in the ears, which can be caused by various factors.
  3. Meniere’s Disease: A disorder of the inner ear causing vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, and a feeling of fullness.
  4. Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear): Inflammation of the outer ear canal, often due to moisture or infection.
  5. Cholesteatoma: An abnormal growth in the middle ear, which can lead to hearing loss and ear infections.
  6. Acoustic Neuroma: a benign tumor that grows on the primary nerve connecting the inner ear to the brain.
  7. Perforated Eardrum: A hole or tear in the eardrum, often caused by infection or trauma.
  8. Earwax Impaction: Buildup of earwax that can cause hearing loss or discomfort.
  9. Presbycusis: Gradual hearing loss due to aging, often affecting high-frequency sounds.
  10. Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: Impaired function of the tube connecting the middle ear to the back of the throat, leading to ear pressure or fluid buildup.

Choosing the Right Test and When to Perform

Our audiologists will recommend specific tests based on your age, symptoms, and needs. Objective tests are often used for infants and individuals who cannot respond to sounds, while subjective tests are used for older children and adults.

Subjective Tests:

Subjective tests, including pure-tone audiometry and speech audiometry, involve your active participation. These tests help us understand the softest sounds you can hear and how well you understand speech.

Subjective tests that are performed for accurate hearing assessment at Shono Bangladesh:

Pure-Tone Audiometry

Individuals listen to pure tones at different frequencies and indicate when they can hear the sound. This helps determine their hearing thresholds for different frequencies.

Speech Audiometry

Measures how well a person understands speech at different volumes. It involves repeating words or sentences presented through headphones.

Tuning fork test

Tuning fork test assesses hearing and vibratory sensation. Different tests determine hearing loss type, bone conduction, and lateralization.


Compares air and bone conduction, assessing hearing loss type based on sound perception through the ear canal or bone.

Weber Test

Determines unilateral hearing loss by assessing sound lateralization, helping identify whether hearing loss is conductive or sensorineural.

Subjective Tinnitus Assessment

These tests help individuals describe the characteristics and perceived loudness of their tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

Loudness Discomfort Level (LDL) Testing

Determines the level of sound at which sounds become uncomfortably loud for an individual.

Objective Tests

Objective tests, such as Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) and Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs), provide us with quantifiable data about your hearing. These tests are especially useful for infants and individuals who may have difficulty participating in traditional hearing assessments.Electrophysiological tests, like ABR and Auditory Steady-State Response (ASSR), assess the auditory nerve’s response to sound stimuli and are particularly helpful for diagnosing hearing loss in young children.

Objective tests that are performed for accurate hearing assessment at Shono Bangladesh.

Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs)

OAEs measure the sounds produced by the inner ear (cochlea) in response to auditory stimuli. These emissions are often used to assess the integrity of the cochlea and can help identify certain types of hearing loss.

Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR)

ABR measures the electrical activity of the auditory nerve and brainstem in response to sound stimuli. It’s commonly used to assess hearing in infants, young children, and those with suspected neural hearing disorders.

Electrocochleography (ECochG)

ECochG measures electrical potentials generated by the inner ear in response to sound. It can be used to diagnose disorders like Meniere’s disease.


This test measures the movement of the eardrum in response to changes in air pressure. It’s used to assess middle ear function and detect issues like earwax blockage or eustachian tube dysfunction.

Acoustic Reflex Testing

Measures the reflexive contraction of the middle ear muscles in response to loud sounds. It provides information about the function of the middle ear and auditory nerve pathways.

Auditory Steady-State Response (ASSR)

Objectively measures hearing thresholds using frequency-specific modulated tones.

Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMP)

Assesses the function of the vestibular system by measuring muscle responses in the neck and eyes to sound or vibration.

Balance and Vestibular Evaluation

These tests evaluate your inner ear’s balance and vestibular system, helping diagnose conditions like vertigo and dizziness.

At Shono Bangladesh specialized Balance and Vestibular Evaluation is designed to assess the intricate relationship between the inner ear, visual system, and proprioception, ensuring your equilibrium is intact.

Our experienced clinicians employ a range of advanced techniques to evaluate your balance and vestibular function. These assessments include:

  1. VNG (Video Nystagmography): This test tracks your eye movements while exposed to various visual and positional stimuli, helping identify any abnormalities in your inner ear or central nervous system.
  2. Caloric Testing: By introducing warm and cool air into the ear canal, we can determine how well your inner ear responds to temperature changes, aiding in the diagnosis of vestibular disorders.
  3. Rotary Chair Testing: This evaluation assesses your brain’s ability to process information from the vestibular system, aiding in identifying conditions affecting balance.

Audiologic Rehabilitation: Restoring Hearing and Communication

Audiologic rehabilitation encompasses a range of therapies and strategies designed to enhance communication and quality of life for individuals with hearing loss. It addresses the unique needs of each person, considering factors such as degree of hearing loss, communication goals, and lifestyle preferences.Audiologic rehabilitation is personalized and ongoing, adapting to evolving needs. At Shono Bangladesh, our experts guide you through this journey, restoring not just your hearing, but your connection to the world.


Components of Audiologic Rehabilitation:

  1. Hearing Aids: These devices amplify sounds to improve hearing. Modern hearing aids are discreet, adjustable, and equipped with advanced features.
  2. Cochlear Implants: For severe to profound hearing loss, cochlear implants provide direct stimulation to the auditory nerve.
  3. Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs): These devices, like FM systems or telecoil-enabled phones, enhance sound clarity in specific situations.
  4. Communication Strategies: Audiologists teach effective strategies for improving communication, like lip reading and using context cues.
  5. Auditory Training: Exercises help individuals recognize and interpret sounds, enhancing speech understanding.
  6. Tinnitus Management: Techniques and therapies reduce the impact of tinnitus, often accompanying hearing loss.
  7. Counseling and Support: Emotional support and counseling address the psychological aspects of hearing loss.
  8. Auditory verbal Therapy: Techniques improve speech clarity, articulation, and expressive language skills.

Benefits of Audiologic Rehabilitation:

  1. Improved Communication: Enhanced hearing helps individuals engage more effectively in conversations and social interactions.
  2. Enhanced Quality of Life: Communication is vital for relationships, work, and leisure activities.
  3. Reduced Listening Effort: Rehabilitation strategies minimize fatigue associated with straining to hear.
  4. Emotional Well-being: Addressing hearing loss reduces feelings of isolation and frustration.
  5. Participation: Individuals regain the ability to actively participate in various life activities.

Surgical options to restore permanent hearing loss:

  1. Cochlear Implants: For severe to profound hearing loss, cochlear implants provide direct stimulation to the auditory nerve.
  2. Cochlear Implant Mapping: Our team specializes in the precise programming of cochlear implants to optimize your hearing experience.
  3. Middle Ear Implant: For those with middle ear hearing issues, we offer middle ear implant solutions that can significantly improve auditory function.
  4. Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA): Bone Anchored Hearing Aid is a solution for individuals with certain types of hearing loss. It transmits sound vibrations through bone, bypassing the outer or middle ear.

Non-Surgical options to restore hearing loss:

  1. Adhear Device: The Adhear device is a non-surgical option for individuals with conductive hearing loss, utilizing adhesive attachment to the skin behind the ear.
  2. Different types of Hearing Aids: Our range hearing aids is designed to cater to diverse needs. From behind-the-ear (BTE) to in-the-ear (ITE) and even the discreetly powerful invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) models, we have options that seamlessly merge technology with comfort. Each hearing aid is equipped with advanced features to enhance sound quality, eliminate background noise, and adapt to various listening environments.

At Shono Bangladesh, our priority is your hearing health. Our audiologists, advanced technology, and range of services ensure that we provide the best possible care for your auditory needs. Whether it’s a hearing evaluation, balance assessment, or best hearing aid price, Shono Bangladesh is your partner on the journey to better hearing and improved quality of life.