Hearing Aid Repair Service

If you’ve taken a look at hearing aids in the last few years, they’ve become sleeker and more advanced in technology. Most people won’t even realize that you have them in. However, no hearing aid on the market is indestructible. Sometimes accidents happen like battery problems and distortion that can render your hearing aids useless. When you experience these problems, it’s time to visit us at Atkins Hearing Center.

When Should I Get My Hearing Aid Repaired?

Many people will experience one difficulty or another throughout the lifespan of their hearing aids. Luckily, we have specialists trained to work on all model hearing aids, regardless of the manufacturer. If you’re experiencing any of the problems listed below, then it’s time to visit our office:

  • Inconsistent Sound
  • Distortion In Sound
  • Feedback Problems
  • No Sound
  • Really Soft Sounds

Our experts will be able to evaluate your faulty hearing aid on sight and alert you of the issue. In most cases, we can have your hearing aid fixed within days, not weeks, like other hearing care centers. We know that your hearing aids are an essential part of keeping a high quality of life, which is why we strive to bring you the best customer quality possible.

How Can I Prevent Frequent Hearing Aid Repairs?

While hearing aids are constructed of advanced technology that can fail, you can use some key practices to limit your risks of failure. First and foremost, you should avoid exposing your hearing aids to water. Take them out when you get a shower, go swimming, or when you intensely exercise.

When you take your hearing aids out at night, open up the door to the battery. This will allow any excess moisture that is trapped inside the internal components to escape. This will significantly reduce the risk of corrosion in the battery compartment of your hearing aids. You should also avoid placing your hearing aids in any environment where there is exposure to excessive heat. Placing them on an end table underneath a lamp isn’t recommended. Instead, put them in a cool place when they’re not in use.

Lastly, you’ll want to clean your ears and your hearing aids regularly. Ear wax build-up is a natural part of the human body. You should mind the ear wax by keeping it under control. If you find yourself always dealing with excessive ear wax build-up, we can help with our ear wax removal service.

Contact Us Today

If you’re experiencing issues with your hearing aids, give our office a call today. At Atkins Hearing Center, we’re all about ensuring that you hear life the way you want to. From repairing your hearing aids to offering ear wax removal services, we can provide you with a list of services to ensure your hearing aids stay in working conditions.