Fitting and adjusting your new hearing aids is an important step in your hearing health care. Just like with glasses, hearing aids aren’t one size fits all and need a little fine tuning to ensure optimum comfort and function.

During your fitting, your hearing aid will be adjusted to meet your needs, and you’ll also learn:

  • How to insert and remove them
  • How to change the batteries
  • How to keep them clean

Every pair of hearing aids David fits to his patients is adjusted with accuracy to meet your precise hearing needs. Hearing aids work extremely well when fitted and adjusted properly. The left and right hearing aids may not fit exactly the same and they probably won’t sound exactly the same either. Nonetheless, your hearing aids should be comfortable with respect to physical fit and sound quality.

When you first receive your hearing aids, there are a few things you can do to ensure you have success with them. Make sure you wear them as much as possible so you can adapt to them easily. If you encounter situations where you still aren’t hearing well, write down what happened and let us know so that we can reprogram your device. Most importantly, be patient. The time it takes to get your device working perfectly for you is worth the visit or two it might take.

At Sage Hearing Solutions, we’re committed to your success and happiness with your new device. Keep in mind that we offer a 30-day risk free trial period, so if you aren’t completely satisfied with your hearing aids, please let us know.