Hearing Aid RepairsHearing aids have small working parts, and at some point will likely need repair. Earwax and moisture are two of the most common problems that cause a hearing aid to stop working. Even with good care and regular maintenance, a hearing aid can still require a repair. Our audiologist will assess your hearing aid and determine if a repair can occur in the office, or if it needs to be sent in to the manufacturer.
We are able to clean, check and repair most hearing aids. Even if the hearing aid was not purchased in our office, in most cases, we will find a repair solution that suits your needs. Make an appointment with us and bring your broken hearing aid in for one of our staff to evaluate and determine what type of repair is necessary. Contact our office at (520) 378-1212 for more information or make an appointment now.
What’s wrong with my hearing aid?
In this video an audiologist shares a story of a patient’s hearing aids that she thinks are in need of reprogramming. Testing revealed that the hearing aids were in fact not functioning properly and, were in need of repair.
I always get great service at Hearing Dynamics. The two ladies there go above and beyond to help. I got new hearing aids that I really like and they provide free aftercare. I highly recommend Hearing Dynamics to anyone!!