Hearing aids are generally quite small. This means that all the pieces that come together to make them work are even smaller. With this being the case, it is not uncommon for a hearing aid to need repairs over time. Even if you take meticulous care of your hearing aid and follow all recommendations, a hearing aid could potentially stop working. However, this doesn’t mean you should immediately look towards buying a new one.
Sometimes all your hearing aid may need is a few minor repairs. That is why we provide a full-service lab that is always available to help you repair your hearing aids. In many cases, we are able to repair your hearing aid damage in-house while you wait. Our audiologists have experience servicing most major hearing aid manufacturers. If we find your hearing aid requires more extensive repairs than we are able to provide, we will ship the hearing aid to the appropriate manufacturer for you.