Hearing Aids Repairs

Hearing aids are comprised of tiny electrical components that may experience wear and tear over time. If this is the case, you’ll likely need to visit your hearing professional to have the problem assessed. Whether it’s simply due to aging or the units have been exposed to moisture, excessive wax, debris or physical damage, you’ll want your hearing specialist to evaluate the extent of repairs needed.

Common Hearing Aids Issues

You may try to turn the hearing aids on in the morning and find that there is no sound or you may find that the battery door has come unhinged. These things do happen, even when the hearing aids are properly cared for. If you should experience an issue that requires a repair, take the hearing aids to your hearing care professional. They are equipped and trained to evaluate and diagnose broken hearing aids. Some minor hearing aids repairs can be done in the office setting relatively quickly; others may need to be sent to the manufacturer for repairs.

Your hearing professional can help determine what kind of a repair is necessary if you feel your hearing aid is not working properly. Your hearing specialist will work as a liaison between you and the manufacturer should it require being sent away, to ensure you are up-to-date and know when you’ll be getting your devices back.

Hearing Aids Not Fit In Our Offices

If you are a current patient and have hearing aids that were not fit in our office, we are happy to try to repair your hearing aids. We are able to service most major manufacturers of hearing aids and can advise you as to whether yours is a brand we service. Hearing aids come with a warranty when purchased new. If your warranty has expired, it is still possible to repair most hearing aids for a small fee depending on the extent of the repair and the age of the hearing aids.

Depending on the hearing aids manufacturer, this repair may come with a new year-long warranty. In the event your hearing aids are severely damaged and unable to be repaired, our professionals will work with you to determine what devices would be best for your current needs. Your hearing professional will provide you with details when you bring your hearing aids into the office.

Hearing Aids Maintenance

One easy way to keep your hearing aids in good working order is by properly caring for and maintaining the devices. This means cleaning them daily with a dry cloth, removing batteries at night to allow any moisture to evaporate and examining them periodically for any scratches, cracks or damages. Remember to talk with your hearing care professional if you discover any kind of malfunction or damage to your device.

To request more information about how we can repair or maintain your hearing aids or simply have questions, comments or concerns, please call us at (208) 739-4093 or (208) 229-3229. If you would like additional information during non-business hours please use fill out our contact us form or email us at support@unitedhearinghealthcare.com and we will get back to you promptly on our next day of business.

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