Getting used to your new hearing aids


Hearing aids take time and patience to use successfully. Wearing your hearing aids regularly will help you adjust to them. Here’s what to expect.

1. Wearing can be discomfortable, on- and in-ear. You can feel ticling, itching and pressure from mold, dome and shell but that will go away.

2. After a while you should be able to wear the aids for several hours a day without any discomfort – and optimally forgetting that you’re actually wearing them.

3. Expect some hassle to insert correctly in ear.

4. Fitting with glasses can be a hassle. Be careful when replacing them and removing your glasses. You will have space behind your ear and your glasses will find the ‘real estate’ comfortably along with your hearing aids.

 

If your aids are not comfortable after a while, please contact your audiologist.

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Guide - cleaning

All you need to know about cleaning your hearing aid.

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Guide - maintenance 

All you need to know about changing batteries, wax filter and dome.

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