It is of critical importance that when shopping for a hearing aid provider, you choose a team of specialists who are not financially obligated to a hearing aid manufacturer. Like you wouldn't see a cardiologist that had no choice of which pacemaker to use during your surgery - you should make certain that your hearing aid provider that is not owned or operated in association with a hearing aid manufacturer (most retail locations are). We are proud that we are locally owed by the Bish family and are not associated with one hearing aid manufacturer. We will formulate a plan of care and help our patient choose the right hearing aid for their lifestyle and budget. All of our hearing aids are dispensed with a 60-day trial period. We have a program, appropriate for most hearing aid candidates, that a patient can take a hearing aid home for a risk free, no money down trial. We have professional relationships with various hearing aid labs including (but not limited to):
Customer service is at the core of our hearing aid services. Based on patient surveys, 99.8% of our patients are happy and wearing their hearing aids on a daily basis because they are adjusted adequately and maintained efficiently. We offer daily clinic "walk-in" hours to our patients, in which they are encouraged and reminded to stop by at least once every six months for routine maintenance. Here are a few video links that can help you with keeping your hearing aids in tip-top shape. Please contact us if you have any further questions or concerns about your specific hearing aids.
How to change the wax guard on a Unitron RIC hearing aid.
How to insert a Receiver In the Canal hearing aid.
How to clean an In The Ear or Completely In the Canal device with an extended receiver.
How to insert an In The Canal or CIC hearing.
How to change the wax guard on an Oticon RIC OPN hearing aid.
How to change the wax guard on a Starkey hearing aid.