Hearing Aid Repairs

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Hearing aids have become more compact, affordable, and versatile than ever before. It's no surprise, then, that individuals with hearing loss have come to rely on them for almost all circumstances and situations. However, they can be easily harmed by moisture, soil, high temperatures, and contaminants due to delicate electrical components.

If you're having trouble with one or both of your hearing aids, there are a few popular fixes you can try.

  • Replace the battery if necessary.
  • Remove your hearing aid and replace it.
  • Make sure your hearing aid is clean.
  • Replace the wax filter.
  • Close the battery compartment and open it again.
  • Make sure your volume and input settings are correct.

Some problems with your hearing aids can be resolved at home. Other issues, on the other hand, need the assistance of a hearing professional. It's time to come see us if you find any of these three signs that your hearing aids need to be fixed. Here are a few indicators that it's time to call in the professionals.

  • Your hearing aid's casing is cracked or broken in some way.
  • The hearing aid doesn't turn on.
  • A section of tubing or wire has been disconnected.

Bring your devices to us if you have a problem that needs to be fixed. We've spent years supporting hearing aid users in reviving their devices. Some minor repairs may be made on the spot, while others will need to be sent to the manufacturer for further treatment.

If you are not a current customer, we can still fix your hearing aid. If your hearing aids are already under warranty, the cost of maintenance will be low.

Hearing Aid Accessories

Hearing aids are excellent devices on their own, but they are even better when paired with an accessory. Here is a range of accessories to help you get the most out of your hearing aids.

Hearing aid batteries are almost as crucial as the device itself because your hearing aid will not function without them. Only high-quality batteries recommended by leading hearing aid manufacturers are sold by us.

Cleaning equipment
Hearing aids, like any technology, need to be cared for and maintained. Regular cleaning of your hearing aid will help avoid wear and tear, prolong your device's longevity, and ensure that you can hear clearly. From cleansing wipes to dehumidifiers to wax-cleaning equipment, we have it all.

Controls from afar
The remote control is another everyday accessory that many people buy for their hearing aid. In this situation, they may use wireless communications to communicate with other devices such as your stereo system, television, and tablet, enabling your content to be streamed to your hearing aid.

Charging stations
A charging station is required for those who use rechargeable hearing aids. Users simply put their hearing aids in the cradle for a few hours to get a full day's worth of listening time without having to fiddle with a battery compartment.

These are tiny accessories that intensify the sounds around them, sending sound waves directly to your hearing aid processor. They can be instrumental if you're in a business meeting or in social settings with high noise levels.

Bluetooth streamers
The majority of advanced hearing aids are Bluetooth compliant, making it simple to connect wirelessly to mobile phones, MP3 players, and televisions. For older Bluetooth-enabled hearing devices, you'll most likely need an external streaming system that's designed to work with your unique hearing aids.

Apps for smartphones
Many hearing aids can now connect to your mobile, allowing you to improve your overall hearing experience. Here are some of the features that your hearing aids and the smartphone might be able to provide:

  • Stream audio directly to your hearing aids, such as music or driving directions.
  • Adjust the frequency of the left and proper channels together or separately.
  • Change between your provider's preset programs or settings.
  • Find your misplaced hearing aids.
  • Examine the battery's condition.
  • Allow access to remote care with your hearing professional
  • Offer a bank of sounds designed to combat tinnitus

The steps for using your mobile with your hearing aids differ depending on the type of hearing aid and the smartphone you're using. Many people can benefit from an accessory for their hearing aid. For assistance finding the best device for your needs, contact us today!

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