Caring for Your Hearing Aids

Moisture, heat, earwax and dirt can all damage electronic components unless cleaned properly. Routine Maintenance Procedures Ideally, your hearing aids should be cleaned daily. Use a soft, dry cloth to gently wipe all surfaces. Do not use water, solvents, cleaning fluids or alcohol, as moisture can damage your devices. Don’t overlook the microphone inlet, which…

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Connectivity Troubleshooting

We are more connected to electronic devices than we ever have been. New advancements in Opn™ wireless technology makes it even easier for you to connect your Oticon hearing aids with your devices. But what happens when the connection does not work as planned? Below are video tutorials on how to connect your Oticon Opn…

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Hearing Aid Batteries

Without batteries, your hearing aids would be unable to function. To keep your devices running as smoothly as possible without interruption, there are a few things to know about hearing aid batteries. We’ve put together some common questions and answers that should help you get the most from your hearing aid batteries. What kinds of…

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Hearing Aid Repairs

Hearing aids are built to provide many years of useful service. However, regular exposure to a harsh environment means they will occasionally encounter problems. No matter how fastidious you are when it comes to hygiene, the ear canals inevitably attract dirt, moisture and earwax buildup – all of which can wreak havoc with the electronic…

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Travel Tips

Getting ready for a big trip? Don’t let bad hearing get in the way of a great vacation. Communication is more important than ever while you travel, therefore being able to listen should be a top priority for any traveler. Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts for a successful and terrific trip. Do…  Pack…

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