Hearing Aid Repair

Hearing aids not working the way they used to? Even the best hearing aids periodically need a professional cleaning and adjustment. If your hearing aid isn’t comfortable, isn’t giving you a clear sound, or keeps giving off feedback, give us a call. We can help make your hearing aids comfortable and get them working again. We can make simple repairs and adjustments to your hearing aids on site or send them to the manufacturer to repair more severe damage.

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Hearing Aid Repair Services

Hearing aids are an investment in the quality of your life. Don’t settle for hearing aids that aren’t working the way you expected them to. Make an appointment and we can help make simple repair your hearing aids quickly. We support most major brands. If your hearing aid needs to be sent back to the manufacturer for repair we will ship them overnight to get them back to you as soon as possible.

We Offer Loaners While Your Hearing Aids Are Fixed

If we can’t fix your hearing aid right away, we’ll offer you a loaner. While they won’t be exactly the same as yours, you’ll still be able to hear until your hearing aids are in perfect condition.

Do My Hearing Aids Need to Be Repaired?

Not sure if you hearing aids need repair? Here are few things to check before making an appointment.

  • Try replacing the battery.
  • Check for earwax or other debris.
  • Turn them off and then back on. If it’s not syncing to a device, reboot that device as well.

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Why wait? You don’t have to live with hearing loss.

Why wait? You don’t have to live with hearing loss.

Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Sensorineural hearing loss is fairly common and might explain why you can hear a pin drop, but not be able to make out what your partner is saying. You’re born with tiny hairs called cilia in your inner ear that move when sound waves are present. Nerves translate the movement of these tiny hairs into information that goes to your brain where it gets interpreted into distinct sounds and frequencies.

The better the movements are interpreted, the more easily you’re able to hear distinctions between sounds such as “D” and “T” or hear letters like “S”, “H” and “F”. Unfortunately, the cilia are extremely delicate and can be harmed by loud noise or other trauma.

Cilia also help your brain determine how loud a sound is, where it’s coming from, and how far away it is.

The Most Common Causes of Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Sensorineural hearing loss happens when these tiny hairs are damaged. Often, this type of hearing loss is gradual, which is why many people associate it with aging. It’s thought that animals are able to regrow these hairs and regain their hearing when their cilia get damaged, but humans don’t seem to have this ability naturally.

Common causes of sensorineural hearing loss are:

Loud sounds
Head injuries or other trauma
Diseases like diabetes or autoimmune disease
High blood pressure
Some medications
How to Deal with Sensorineural Hearing Loss
While there are no current medical treatments to heal cilia, you can successfully address sensorineural hearing loss with hearing technology such as hearing aids.

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