Hearing aids are an effective way to improve your hearing, but regular use can cause the devices to stop working. At South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center, Stan Phillips, MD, and his hearing aid experts offer hearing aid repair services on-site to restore the function of your custom-made device. Call the Huntersville, North Carolina office to schedule a hearing aid repair service or book an appointment online today.
Hearing aids are electronic devices that you wear in or over your ears to improve your hearing. Because the devices contain batteries and many electronic parts, they can stop working with regular use and require repair.
South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center offers hearing aid repair services in-office for your convenience. The team can troubleshoot the issues and repair defective parts or replace batteries.
They also offer professional cleaning services for your hearing aids to prevent ear wax and other debris from clogging your device.
You should schedule hearing aid repair service at South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center if your hearing aid isn’t working optimally and you experience issues like:
Before seeking hearing aid repair, check to make sure your device is turned on and the volume is at an appropriate level. Also check the battery to make sure they are positioned properly in the hearing aid.
If these actions don’t fix the issue, schedule an appointment. The team can troubleshoot the issues and make repairs. They can also make adjustments to your custom hearing aids to ensure a proper fit.
Because hearing aids are electronic devices with many sophisticated parts, you must care for them daily.
The South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center team shows you how to care for and clean your hearing aids. They may also suggest routine maintenance checks of the devices to ensure they’re operating properly and that the batteries are working.
Be sure to follow their guidance to prevent damage to the device or your ear. You also need to keep your hearing aids free of sweat and water to prevent moisture damage, so you should remove them while swimming or showering.
Call South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center to schedule a hearing aid repair service or book an appointment online today.