It's almost spring! With the surge of warmer weather and longer days, you want to ensure you are hearing your best. That way you can enjoy all of your favorite activities, both outdoors and inside.
You rely on your hearing aids every day to provide you with the quality hearing you have come to expect. In order to keep your hearing aids working properly, and to ensure they last you for the years to come, it's important to bring them in for regular hearing aid check-ups.
Routine hearing aid check-ups are crucial for the longevity of your devices and to ensure you are getting the most out of your hearing aids. If you wear hearing aids then you should bring them in every six months for a professional cleaning and fine tune-up.
Because hearing aids have components that sit inside your ear canal, they can easily become dirty and filled with earwax. When left uncleaned, your hearing aids can even stop performing as well due to a block-up of dirt, wax, dust, or dead skin cells. It's crucial to clean your hearing aids by wiping them down with a dry cloth every time you take them out of your ears. This will ensure you are removing any large particles of wax or dirt.
In addition, it's important to bring your hearing aids in to be professionally deep cleaned every six months. Even though you may clean your hearing aids every day, wax can still become impacted inside the small compartments of your hearing aids. We have the right tools to safely and effectively clean your hearing aids.
In addition to cleaning your hearing aids, we also want to ensure the programming is still meeting your specific hearing needs. We will look at your hearing aids and perform any maintenance on them that is necessary to help you continue hearing better. Sometimes a dome may need to be replaced or your hearing aids may simply need a thorough cleaning. Whatever the case may be, we are happy to help you.
If you haven't had your hearing aids checked in a while, make an appointment with us today! We want to ensure you are hearing your best for springtime.