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Hearing Aid Care

How To Extend The Life Of Your Hearing Aid

Hearing aids can be a large financial investment for anyone. It's important that you take care of your hearing devices to ensure that they last a very long time. We're going to share with you some of our best tips for keeping your hearing aids in good working order.

Clean Them On A Regular Basis

One habit that you'll need to develop is to clean your hearing aids every day. When you go to take them out at night, you'll want to use a soft cloth to wipe off any debris from the day. This helps to keep debris and dust from building up and clogging the dials or switches of your hearing aids. You can get the equipment to clean your hearing aids from our hearing care professionals.

Care For Your Batteries

It's good to establish a regular schedule for replacing your hearing aid batteries. This will help ensure that you're getting the best quality out of your hearing aids. This will be true no matter when you wear them. It's always recommended that you take the batteries out of your hearing aids when in storage. This helps to protect against corrosion of the battery.

Be Mindful of Safe Storage

You should have a designated storage container for your hearing aids. This container should be waterproof. This is to make sure that no excess moisture gets to your hearing aids. It's not uncommon to store hearing devices in tissues or handkerchiefs inside pockets. This exposes your hearing devices to dust and other debris. This can be harmful and make it harder for them to work.

Dehumidify

Moisture is one of the biggest problems that your hearing devices can face. The moisture can get inside of the hearing device. This causes internal components to corrode and need a replacement. It's best to avoid wearing your hearing aids in certain environments. This includes a steamy bathroom, a sauna, or the kitchen when cooking.

Apart from taking precautions to avoid moisture, it's also a good idea to run a dehumidifier. Be sure to pop open the battery casing to clear out the moisture.  Any excess moisture that gets trapped in there can disappear with your dehumidifier.

Professional Servicing

Taking care of your hearing devices also includes having them serviced at your local hearing care center. Professional audiologists can adjust your hearing aids. We want to ensure that they're working for you. They can also replace damaged or worn-out components of your hearing aids. This helps to extend their lifespan.

Contact Us Today

If it's time to get your hearing aids services, give us a call to schedule an appointment today. If you don't have hearing aids but have hearing loss, contact us today to get a hearing assessment. Our hearing professionals explain the results of your hearing assessment. We will also make recommendations for the best hearing devices to help you.

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