HEARING AID REPAIRS

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HEARING AID REPAIRS

Our service does not stop with the hearing aid fitting, we provide as much ongoing services as you require, assisting with maintenance issues you may experience and of course, all your future re-testing and re-fitting when needed.
We support you with comprehensive hearing aid repairs. Whether you need minor adjustments, battery changes, advice for maintenance, cleaning or assistance from manufacturers, your audiologist can help you when you need it the most.

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Troubleshooting Your Hearing Aids
Troubleshooting Your Hearing Aids

TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR HEARING AIDS

If your hearing aids are not working as expected, check the receiver and microphone for wax residue, visible damage or if pieces are not connected correctly. Improper insertion might cause feedback issues. Lastly, change the battery if needed, or if you are using rechargeable devices, ensure your charger is functional. You can make an appointment with your audiologist if you still experience issues. 

Changing The Batteries

CHANGING THE BATTERIES

Many hearing aids will notify you when you need to change your batteries. Some emit a beeping sound, while others directly warn that your batteries are running low, requiring you to change or recharge them. We can provide you with guidance and support based on your particular model so you can change or recharge your hearing aid batteries when required

Changing The Batteries
Cleaning Your Hearing Aids
Cleaning Your Hearing Aids

CLEANING YOUR HEARING AIDS

Cleaning your hearing aids can ensure they keep working in top condition while extending their lifespan. It’s recommended that regardless of your model, you always use a soft dry cloth, remove any wax residue and be very careful with handling the microphone and the receiver. Your audiologist can guide you on cleaning your particular model and style of hearing aids and offer insight into ideal techniques. If you have concerns, we can clean your hearing aids for you.

Replacing Your Hearing Aids

REPLACING YOUR HEARING AIDS

Changes in your hearing, outdated hearing aids, lifestyle changes (including hobbies, occupation or living situation) or extensive damage are signs you should replace your hearing aids. Other issues can include poor maintenance and wear and tear. As your supportive audiologist, we’ll explain why you might require new hearing aids, assisting you in finding a solution that ensures you’re always hearing at your best.

Replacing Your Hearing Aids