Repair Your Hearing Aids With Audicles

Repairing Your Hearing Aids With Us Could Save You Money

by | Jan 21, 2021 | Hearing Aid Repairs, Hearing Aids, Patient Resources

Since I have been with Audicles Hearing Services, I have been able to help a tremendous amount of patients and individuals with their hearing aid repairs. Hearing aids are incredibly helpful and beneficial devices, but it can be extremely stressful and disappointing if things start to go awry.

When this happens many people often dismiss the option of having a repair and immediately opt to buy a new hearing aid. Not only can this pose an unnecessary adjustment period for a new device, but it could end up being a costly expense that you may have potentially been able to avoid. Take a closer look at how much money you could save by coming to Audicles Hearing Services for your or your loved one’s hearing aid repairs.

‘Why Should I Trust You to Fix My Hearing Aids?’

Audicles Hearing Services understands just how important hearing aids are and want to make sure that patients and individuals are confident in turning to us.

Audicles has been repairing and servicing hearing aids for over 76 years, and every year we are able to repair hundreds of devices for clients. In many instances, our team of professionals is able to fix them right here in our office. Audicles’ repair services include general maintenance and cleaning.

Having a better understanding of this process can ultimately increase the longevity and sound quality of any hearing aid. Individuals who are able to practice these tips and tricks at home could save time and money through prevention.

Daily & Routine Maintenance Tips for Hearing Aids

Daily cleaning of hearing aids is absolutely essential. Investing in a wax loop is an excellent way to avoid an excessive build-up of debris.

Keeping hearing aids as dry as possible is another way to keep these innovative devices in tip-top shape. Buying a “dry storage kit” to keep a hearing aid when it is not in use is also a smart idea.

Depending on your home situation, make sure you keep inactive hearing aids somewhere pets and little hands won’t be able to reach them. However, even if you take all the precautions in the world, you still might find yourself with a hearing aid that is being uncooperative, and if that is the case, it is time to reach out to a professional.

How Much Will It Cost to Repair a Hearing Aid at Audicles Hearing Services?

Audicles is able to offer people fast and reliable services at an affordable price. It only costs individuals $75 if our team is able to fix a hearing aid on site. If an issue is something more serious and the device must be sent to a hearing aid repair factory, the price will cost somewhere between $300 and $500. Considering the average cost for one hearing aid is estimated at $2,300, in the end, choosing to repair a hearing aid will still save an incredible amount of money. Plus, Audicles’ has a phenomenal loaner service for people who are awaiting repairs.

What is Audicles’ ‘Loaner Service’?

Audicles has your back at every turn. In the event that we might have to send your hearing aid to a factory for a repair, patients and individuals have the option of participating in the loaner service. Audicles Hearing Services carries ReSound, Oticon, and Phonak hearing aids, and we’ll be able to find a pair that matches your exact requirements. With that being said, users will quite literally never miss a beat.

If you or a loved one requires help or have any questions or concerns regarding a hearing aid, then complete this form or call us at 210-820-0525.

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Dr. Tracy Board Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Board began her career in audiology after completing her undergraduate degree at The University of Texas at Austin and the doctoral program at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has been fortunate to work in a plethora of healthcare and educational settings. As a result, she has perfected the art of effective adult and pediatric treatment. When she is not at the clinic, Dr. Board works directly with her state and national organizations to not only improve the quality of audiological healthcare in Texas, but also to advocate for her patients.