Just like with glasses, hearing aids aren’t a one size fits all solution and they might need a little fine tuning to ensure optimum comfort and function. Your hearing aid fitting will be a time when your audiologist will program your devices based on your priorities and your specific type of hearing loss.
During your fitting, your hearing aid will be adjusted to meet your needs, and you’ll be given instructions on how to insert and remove them, as well as how to change the batteries and keep them clean.
Because no two patients are the same, we take the time to help you on the journey toward better hearing by recommending follow up visits for your aids. Each patient will require a different follow up schedule, but remember that our goal is always the same: to improve the quality of your life through better hearing.
It can take some time for your brain to adjust to this new way of hearing, so keep in mind that we can make adjustments to your devices as time goes on. We also offer a risk-free trial period for your hearing aids, and your devices come with a 3 year warranty if something should happen.
If you’re looking for quality hearing care at a price you can afford, call our office today!