Hearing Aid Repair And Maintenance

A hearing aid is made up of small electrical components that could start to show wear over time. When this happens, you may want to visit your hearing aid repair specialist to have it assessed and any problems addressed. Problems can occur due to the device aging, being exposed to liquid, wax or debris build up, or damage. The hearing professional will evaluate the device and decide what repairs are needed.

Issues with Hearing Aids

You may go to try to use your hearing aid and discover that the sound is no longer working or the door to the battery area has become unhinged. These things can eventually happen, even if you were caring for your hearing aid properly. If something like this happens, simply make an appointment with your hearing care specialist. They are trained to diagnose any issues and decide what needs to be done with your broken hearing aid. Small repairs can sometimes be done in the specialist’s office. Other repairs may need to be completed by the manufacturer. Your hearing professional will be able to diagnose the problem and work as a go-between with the manufacturer and you, to keep you abreast of the progress of the repairs and when you will receive your device back.

Hearing Aid Repairs

If your hearing aids were not fit at an appointment in our office, but you were a current patient, we will work with you to try to fix your device. We service most of the major manufacturers of hearing devices, and will let you know whether the brand you currently have is one we can work on. If you purchased your hearing aid new, it should have come with a warranty. If the warranty has now expired, most repairs can still be completed for a small fee. This depends on the extent of the needed repair and how old the device is. Some manufacturers will provide a new one year warranty with this repair. If your device is not able to be repaired, our specialist will help you in determining the best devices for your needs. They will provide you with all of the details when you bring in your hearing aid to our office.

Hearing Aid Maintenance

Properly taking care of your hearing aid device is an easy way to keep it in fine working order. Taking care of them properly means daily cleaning, taking out the batteries before bed so that any moisture will evaporate, and looking them over periodically for cracks, scratches or damages. Make sure to speak with your hearing care specialist whenever you discover damage or malfunction of your hearing aid.

Where the doctor and device are one

Good hearing devices become great, when you see an Audiologist who is trained well and follows best practices!

Hearing Aids


Are you ready to take your hearing to the next level? Our practice offers devices from the leading hearing technology manufacturers, which helps us find the perfect fit for your specific needs!


Our practice offers extensive hearing care services, ranging from complete hearing
testing and evaluations, to hearing aid fittings, adjustments and repairs.

Experienced Doctors of Audiology

Our audiologists are skilled and knowledgeable when it comes to treating hearing loss. From comprehensive testing to hearing aid fitting and adjustments, trust our practice to treat your hearing care needs.


Kristin Koch, Au.D.

Clinical Director


LeighAnna Morris, Au.D., CCC-A

Associate Audiologist



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    Our New Patient Diagnostic Suite is a comprehensive appointment that allows you to receive complete and extensive information about the status of your hearing. It includes, but is not limited to:

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