A case with a dehumidifier will keep your hearing aids dryer and help them last longer. Removing the batteries when you store your hearing aids for a long period of time will also prevent corrosion from taking place.
Behind-the-ear hearing aids are not exposed to as much moisture as in-the-ear models so they tend to last longer. However, nano-coating can help in-the-ear hearing aids last longer than they have in the past.
Your Hearing Needs
As you age, your hearing changes. That means the hearing aids you have may no longer suit your needs and it’s time for you to get a new hearing aid even though your current one still works properly.
With four convenient locations throughout New York City, The audiologists at Audio Help can assist you in determining if it’s time for you to get a new hearing aid or not. Call 888-832-9966 to schedule an appointment to have your hearing and hearing devices tested.