If you have hearing loss, you may find that it takes extra effort and energy to talk with others. Hearing may be especially difficult in settings where there are many people talking or there is a lot of background noise.
Hearing loss affects one out of every four people over 65, and is the most common birth defect. Our audiologists are trained in patient-oriented, evidence-based models of addressing hearing loss, and provide comprehensive evaluations to determine the nature and cause of hearing disorders. We also offer the most technologically advanced hearing aids with extensive follow-up services.
Cleaning spray and wipes are designed to help keep your hearing aids and earmolds clean from debris and wax.
Keeping your aids free from moisture can be a battle, even here in the high desert. Use a good dehumidifier to reduce frequency of repairs. Several dry-aid options are available for purchase. Ask your audiologist.
Lubricants can help you get your hearing aids or earmolds into your ears. They can also be used to soothe itchy ears. Do NOT lick your hearing aid or earmolds.
Get batteries at any of our clinics. Our premium batteries are always fresh and mercury-free. We carry batteries for all hearing aids, including sizes 10, 312, 13 and 675. To save money on batteries, ask about becoming a member of the Elks Battery Club.
Never be left wondering if your battery is dead. Save time and effort with a simple battery tester. Your tester can become one of the most helpful tools for hearing aid troubleshooting.
Save money while getting your batteries with ease and convenience. Join the Elks Battery Club today. Members receive a 20% discount on batteries. A portion of every battery purchased through the Elks Battery Club will be applied toward your next hearing aid purchase.
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