Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance

Hearing aids contain small electronic parts that may undergo damage with time. In such cases, it's recommended to visit your hearing professional to assess the issue. Whether the issue is due to aging, exposure to moisture, excessive wax, debris, or physical damage, it's essential to have your hearing specialist evaluate the extent of repairs required.

Common hearing aid issues

If you encounter issues with your hearing aids, such as a lack of sound or a loose battery door, don't worry. Even with proper care, these problems can occur. You should bring the hearing aids to your hearing care professional for assessment and repair if needed. In some cases, minor repairs can be completed in the office quickly, while others may require sending the devices to the manufacturer. Your hearing specialist will help determine the necessary repair and act as a liaison between you and the manufacturer to keep you informed about the repair status.

Hearing aid repairs

If you already have hearing aids that were not fitted in our office, we offer repair services for most major hearing aid manufacturers. Our staff can determine if we are able to repair your specific brand. While new hearing aids come with a warranty, expired warranties can still be repaired for a fee depending on the extent of damage and the age of the device. Some manufacturers provide a new year-long warranty with the repair. In the event that your hearing aid is beyond repair, our professionals will assist you in finding the best devices for your current hearing needs. When you bring your hearing aid into our office, your hearing professional will provide you with more information.

Hearing aid maintenance

A simple method to ensure that your hearing aids stay in good condition is by maintaining and caring for them appropriately. This involves cleaning them daily using a dry cloth, taking out the batteries at night to allow for evaporation of any moisture, and periodically inspecting them for scratches, cracks, or other damages. If you notice any malfunction or damage to your hearing aids, don't hesitate to consult your hearing care professional.