Like other electronic devices, your hearing aids might be in need of repair. Our offices are only equipped to perform repairs on Oticon, Widex and Phonak products. Many times, repairs can be done on-site.
For issues that require attention from the manufacturer, we are happy to send your devices out for repairs. The most common service provided is typically due to excessive earwax clogging up the hearing aid so sound cannot be transmitted to your ear canal. The most common reason hearing aids are damaged seem to be caused by the beloved family pet: the dog!
You can expect Dr. Wilson to review your medical history as well as discuss and address any concerns you might have about your hearing health prior to the examination.
If your audiologic hearing evaluation points to a need for hearing aids, we will take the time to discuss multiple options to determine what will best meet your needs.
Assistive listening devices can help people with all degrees and types of hearing loss. You may have certain communication needs that cannot be solved by the use of hearing aids alone.
Dr. Wilson performs cochlear implant evaluations and programming at both of her offices. Based on the results of this evaluation, she will make the recommendation for a cochlear implant if she believes it is the most beneficial option to improve hearing and speech understanding.