Hearing aids, like most types of high-tech devices will need occasional repairs. One of the common mistakes people make is waiting too long to bring in their hearing aid when it isn’t working right. Many times, a small problem can get worse overtime and all the while, you aren’t getting the most out of your hearing aid. Make sure to protect your investment in your hearing aids by tending to them with regular maintenance and bring them in for regular checks to keep them working optimally.
Once you have hearing aids, they become so valuable to your everyday life and communication with everyone and everything around you. Following our maintenance tips can help ensure your hearing aids are working properly and extend their life. Read all about our hearing aid maintenance tips in detail on our guide. Here is a quick look at our top 5 tips for hearing aid maintenance:
A perfect rule of thumb is to follow the instructions that came with your hearing aids and listen to the directions from your hearing care professional.
If your hearing aids aren’t working right, you can definitely notice right away. If there is a problem, it doesn’t always require a costly repair. In some cases they might just need a quick adjustment, re-calibration, or re-molding. If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then you should call us to schedule a repair:
The sooner you address a problem with your hearing aid, the better. We want to get you back to hearing as fast as possible; plus, some issues can get worse when left untreated.
If you have any questions about hearing loss or hearing aids, please contact us at the Audiology Associates of reeley to speak with one of our hearing professionals. We are here to help you with all of your listening needs and your overall hearing health.
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