Frequently Asked Questions
- Clean hearing aids as instructed. Wax buildup can damage your hearing aid.
- Avoid hairspray and other hair products while wearing your hearing aids.
- Power off hearing aids when not in use. This will also extend battery life.
- Keep your hearing aids away from moisture and heat.
- Replace dead batteries immediately.
- Store your hearing aids and replacement batteries in a secure location: away from pets and small children.
- See your audiologist every six months for a hearing aid check up.
- Call Greentree Hearing & Audiology with any questions you may have. Our friendly and well trained staff will be happy to assist you. Greentree Hearing & Audiology provides on-site repairs, hearing aid supplies/accessories, and hearing aid cleaning for all patients.
Hearing Loss Questions
- Excessive Noise Exposure (prolonged loud music, gun shots, noisy machinery)
- Head Injury
- Genetics or Birth Defects
- Drug or Treatment Reaction (antibiotics, chemotherapy, radiation)
- Heart disease
Hearing aids can be programmed to treat your hearing loss in the specific pitch regions that you need. The result is a greater understanding of speech in a variety of environments.