Hearing Aid Repair and Service Experts in North Texas

With your hearing aids, you’re able to stay connected with friends and loved ones as well as continue to interact with co-workers, neighbors, and other members of your community, making it possible to perform the day-to-day tasks of an active and independent lifestyle.

Hearing aid technician repairing a hearing aid

Without the help provided by your hearing aids, you also run a greater risk of negative mental and physical health issues, like cognitive decline, depression, anxiety, and balance disorders. When working properly, they are essential to a better quality of life, but when they don’t perform as designed or your hearing aids are broken, you might be tempted to give up on them.

Proper maintenance and repair, rather than giving in to the temptation to abandon your hearing aids, can protect the investment you’ve made in your hearing as well as the richer lifestyle they help provide.

“Is there a place for hearing aid repair near me?”

The audiologists at Denton Hearing Health Care want to make sure that those who need hearing aids continue to enjoy the benefits they provide, so we provide troubleshooting, maintenance, and hearing aid repair for hearing aid wearers throughout the North Texas region.

Hearing Aid Repair by Denton Hearing Health Care

Our hearing aid repair specialists, including our skilled hearing aid technicians, have the training, experience, and equipment to provide fast emergency hearing aid repair as well as ongoing troubleshooting and maintenance. Our hearing aid technicians can usually diagnose the problem, repair, and then get your hearing aids back in your ears while you wait.

However, if your device is broken or the problem is beyond what our experts are able to deal with in the office, we will contact your hearing aid manufacturer for replacement parts or we will send them off for repair.

A major advantage of working with our hearing aid repair specialists is the strong relationships we maintain with major manufacturers, such as:

A major advantage of working with our hearing aid repair specialists is the strong relationships we maintain with major manufacturers. This partnership ensures that our hearing aid technicians are well trained to find the right solution and effectively interact on your behalf with the manufacturer of your device.

3 Most Common Hearing Aid Problems

Malfunctioning or broken hearing aids usually have any of three problems:

  • Wax Buildup within the delicate electronic components, which causes them to malfunction.
  • Excessive Moisture that leads to corrosion or shorting out.
  • Broken Components and Loose Wires that are the result of daily wear, dropping, and/or stepping on the device as well as faulty components.

Quick Tip: Daily cleaning, avoiding moisture, and performing frequent inspections to identify problems before they get worse are ways to limit the cost of hearing aid repairs. Following recommended maintenance schedules adds to the longevity of your hearing aids and enhances their performance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much does it cost to have hearing aids repaired?

A. Many in-office repairs may be as low as $75, but if your device is sent to the manufacturer for repair, they could cost between $300 and $500, depending on the age of the hearing aid, the extent of the damage, and the status of your hearing aid warranty.

Q. Why should I trust you to repair my hearing aids?

A. We’ve kept hundreds of clients hearing happily over the past several years – many without sending the device to the manufacturer for repair. In addition, we partner with major hearing aid manufacturers for training, parts, and technical support.

Q. Why can’t I just repair my hearing aid at home?

A. Leave repairs to the professionals. Your hearing aids are finely tuned, advanced digital technology that require the right training, experience, and equipment to keep them operating as designed, so we cringe a little when we imagine how you might “fix” your hearing aids at home.

Q. When should I replace my hearing aids rather than have them repaired?

A. In cases where the damage to your device is irreversible and it is covered by your device manufacturer, it is to your advantage to replace it. If your hearing aids have spent almost as much time in the shop as in your ears (exaggerating, of course), are no longer under warranty, and/or are about five years old, replacing them in order to take advantage of new technology may be the better option.

Q. How long will repairs take?

A. Simple repairs are done while you wait. When we need a little extra time or if we have to send them to the manufacturer, we’ll use express delivery services so you can get them back in your ears ASAP.

Q. Are there loaner hearing aids available while mine are in the shop?

A. We don’t want our clients to have to go without their hearing aids any longer than necessary, so if you aren’t going to have your hearing aids for a while, regardless of the reason, we’ve still got you covered with a loaner. Your loaner hearing aid will be as close to your own device as possible so you can go on about your daily routine until your device is available.

Schedule a Hearing Aid Repair Appointment

Are your hearing aids broken or not performing as designed? Rather than abandon them and the benefits they provide, bring them to our hearing aid repair experts at Denton Hearing Health Care for repair. We’ll have them performing at their best ASAP so you can continue hearing your best.

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