Modern hearing aids are much more advanced than they used to be and do so much more that some people assume the cost to repair them must be astronomical.

Fortunately, that isn’t the case; hearing aid repairs are usually quite affordable. And there are also some common-sense steps you can take to maintain your hearing aid equipment, keeping it in great working order for years to come.

Hearing Aid Repair Costs

Hearing aid repair costs can be as low as $25 for minor in-office repairs. If it needs to go to the manufacturer, it’s $240 with a 6 months warranty or $280 with a month’s warranty.

If you think your hearing aid is no longer functioning properly, the best thing to do is to contact us here at Aim Hearing and Audiology Services, so we can assess the problem and have you come in.

Our amazing specialists can assist you if your hearing aids aren’t operating as they should or have stopped functioning completely.

With their advanced knowledge of all major hearing aid brands, they’ll be able to diagnose your problem and find an excellent, rapid solution.

And if your issue is severe, they can arrange for your hearing aid to be shipped back to the manufacturer for extensive repairs. Additionally, we offer a loaner service and will do general maintenance and cleaning on your hearing aid while it’s in our care.

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Hearing Aid Maintenance

Maintaining and properly cleaning any equipment is vital to keeping it in good working order. With that end in mind, we have some wonderful blog entries that can help inspire and inform you so that you can keep your hearing aid in tip-top shape every day.

This one focuses on troubleshooting tips so you can address the problem for yourself. It also details how to clean your earpieces properly.

You should always be careful to keep your hearing aid device away from pets and children, store it in a dry and safe place, not allow it to come into contact with any aerosol sprays, and clean it regularly with a soft and dry, lint-free cloth.

It’s also important to test your batteries occasionally to be sure they are still fully charged. Otherwise, your hearing aid won’t work to its fullest capacity.

We’re Here for You

Ultimately, even with diligent maintenance and cleaning and going through the troubleshooting tips, you may find that your hearing aid is still not working properly. In that case, contacting the dedicated team at Aim Hearing and Audiology is your best bet.

If you are ready to book a repair, we can help you now! Our team of experts can answer your questions, offer guidance, and arrange an appointment at a convenient time for you.

Simply complete the form here, and we’ll call you shortly. You can also call us if you have any questions.

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Dr. Emil Frymark, Au.D., CCC-A

Emil Frymark, Au.D., CCC-A, audiologist, received his doctor of audiology degree from Salus University in Elkins Park, PA. He received his master’s degree from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida, Orlando. Emil is licensed by the state of North Carolina, earned his certificate of clinical competency (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.