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Important Hearing Aid Parts and Repair Terminology

Some who have hearing loss may use a hearing aid or other cochlear hearing device to assist them. Sometimes these devices require tests and repairs to keep them in proper working order. Here are some important terms related to hearing aids.

  • Battery - To amplify sound for the recipient, electronic hearing aids can require a battery. The battery keeps the device charged and working properly so it can amplify sound and also adjust the volume for the user as needed.
  • Cochlear - This is an implant that can be used to assist those who are deaf or very hard of hearing in hearing sounds. The implant is surgically installed and can help the patient in hearing.
  • Canal - The ear canal is the pathway between the ear drum and the outer ear. It can vary in size, but generally transmits sound to the ear drum.
  • BTE - BTE, behind the ear, instruments are hearing aids that are placed behind the ear and wrap around the top. They are generally more durable, which helps in young children, than other hearing aids and can sometimes connect to other listening devices and parts like radio, TV, and digital phones.
  • ITE - ITE, in the ear, instruments are fit to be inserted into the outer ear bowl. These devices are not as noticable and can assist in containing certain noises.

    After having a proper audiology test and determining if hearing loss is a problem, it can become necessary to buy a hearing aid if noises become too soft or not loud enough. Repairs can sometimes be part of the cost.

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    Soundworks Hearing Centers
    1000 W Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76012
    We proudly serve the Arlington, TX community with premium hearing care. We offer affordable hearing aid solutions featuring advanced digital and wireless streaming technology.
    (817) 795-6000
    Chappell Audiology & Hearing Aids
    4720 Bryant Irvin Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76132
    We staff a board certified doctor of audiology. We have many brands of hearing instruments. No matter what type of hearing aid you need, we can supply it and offer quality financing.
    (817) 263-1971
    Bryant Irvin Hearing Center
    4601 Bryant Irvin Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76132
    Hearing,Aids,Ear,Batteries,Pain. Ringing,Tinnitus,Resound,Accessories, ITE,BTE,Tone,Listen,Sound,Volume,Custom,Testing,Free Testing, In Home Testing,Mini Mic,Cochlear,Phone Clip,Verso,Vea,Wireless,ENT
    (817) 346-7771
    Jones Audiology & Hearing Aid Center
    316 Harwood Rd, Bedford, TX 76021
    (817) 595-3265
    Jones Audiology & Hearing Aid Center
    1730 W Randol Mill Rd Ste 190, Arlington, TX 76012
    (817) 265-1466
    Kos/Danchak Audiology & Hearing Aids LLC
    101 W Randol Mill Rd Ste 100, Arlington, TX 76011
    (817) 277-7039
    Jones Audiology & Hearing Aid Center
    400 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76104
    (817) 335-2583
    Affordable Hearing Aids
    1015 Pennsylvania Ave Ste 1, Fort Worth, TX 76104
    (817) 332-6397
    Hope Hearing
    200 E Kennedale Pkwy, Kennedale, TX 76060
    (817) 563-1912
    Hearing Haven
    3740 N Josey Ln Ste 125, Carrollton, TX 75007
    (972) 394-4289
    Input Hearing Systems
    12801 Midway Rd Ste 403, Dallas, TX 75244
    (972) 247-1377
    Jones Audiology & Hearing Aid Center
    6809 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX 75225
    (214) 691-5466
    6018 Sherry Ln, Dallas, TX 75225
    (214) 360-9331
    Baxter Hearing Specialist LLC
    6353 Camp Bowie Blvd Ste 113, Fort Worth, TX 76116
    (817) 763-0863
    Miller Stephen E MS
    5445 La Sierra Dr, Dallas, TX 75231
    (214) 696-9955

    If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you may find some benefit in using hearing aids. The device is designed to amplify sound directly into the ear canal. After having a hearing aid for a while, you will need to do repairs to certain instruments and replace parts that wear out. The battery, which sits on the back of the ear, will eventually die, and need to be replaced or recharged. The ear piece on some devices is disposable and replacing itis simple enough to do on your own. To find parts and get professional repairs, look in your local yellow pages and online for companies that specialize in hearing aids. Contacting the manufacturer for assistance is also a good idea. Repair shops get their part directly from these manufacturers at wholesale prices, and will sometime have sales on older models as new ones arrive. Keep an eye out for these sales, as prices can be significantly lower than normal. Hearing aids can also use maintenance sometimes, like professional cleaning, to make sure everything is working at its best. Volume control is a common area that needs work. After finding a few services online or in the yellow pages, compare prices and read reviews. Whichever company offers the best deals on the various instruments, cleaning services, and repair, you should call them to confirm they have what your hearing aid needs. While hearing aids do not offer the clarity of sound a typical ear hears, many people choose to use them and enjoy the difference they make.
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