Hearing Aid Repairs Don’t Have To Break the Bank

by | 01/21/2021 | Hearing Aid Repairs, Hearing Aids, Patient Resources, Troubleshooting

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Today’s hearing aids are marvels of technology.

With proper care, these high-quality devices usually perform well.

That being said, should there can come a time when your hearing aids aren’t working correctly, you shouldn’t have to spend a fortune to fix them.

Since my own struggles with hearing loss led me to become a State Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist, I know what it’s like to look for hearing aid repairs that don’t break the bank.

These days my colleagues and I offer a budget-friendly hearing aid repair service for users like you and me.

Here’s an introduction to our clinic’s hearing aid repair service, along with an explanation of our rates.


A Hearing Aid Repair Service You Can Trust

We have the experience necessary to take care of most issues.

Everyone on our team is trained to troubleshoot hearing aid problems.

On a typical day, five devices come in for repair or maintenance. We’re able to work on devices from most manufacturers, including:

  • ReSound
  • Phonak
  • Widex
  • Oticon
  • Starkey
  • Signia
  • Beltone
  • Miracle-Ear

Our repair service is designed to put our patients’ needs first. We want our patients to get their devices back quickly.

As much as possible, we try to prevent our patients from waiting for parts to come in from the manufacturer.

That’s why we keep a wide array of hearing aid parts in stock from most major manufacturers.

Many people wait until their hearing aids aren’t working properly or at all to bring them in for service.

The best practice is to bring them to us for general maintenance and professional cleaning every 6 to 12 months.

Doing so improves their longevity and helps maintain sound quality.

Also, we have a guide that explains how to care for your devices at home between professional cleanings.

Hearing Aids Repairs that Don’t Clean Your Wallet

We try to do as many repairs as possible in-house to keep costs manageable for our patients.

Rates for repairs we complete in the office begin at $20 (that’s not a typo) and can go up to $170.

There are times that a hearing aid will have an issue that requires attention from the manufacturer.

When we have to send a device for repair that is out of warranty and less than 5 years old, the fee is $300.

If there is no warranty and the hearing aid is over 5 years old, the fee is $500.

Our Loaner Service Keeps You Connected

My colleagues and I don’t want our patients experiencing the challenges that come with going without hearing instruments.

Our office can loan hearing aids to patients while their devices are being repaired.

We keep a broad selection of hearing instruments on hand.

Although the loaner devices may not be the same as the ones you own, we’ll have devices in stock that are appropriate for your unique needs.

If you would like to book a hearing aid repair, simply complete the form on this page, and a member of our team will be in touch.

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Brian Martin

Brian was born in San Angelo, Texas, and moved to Odessa at the age of 5. Brian, at a very early age, had a love of music and sound. At the age of 13 Brian started to play guitar. He graduated from Permian High School and after graduation went on tour playing music and to this day, still plays in the Midland-Odessa area. Brian has been married to his high school sweetheart, Amy, for 25 years and they have one son. His family means the world to him. Over the years Brian has opened up for acts like Jason Aldean, Spencer Davis Group, Denny Laine from Wings, and many other top name groups. As life slowed down the time came for Brian to take his passion for music and sound and apply it to Audiology. Brian loves helping people and his great grandmother’s deafness and his own challenges with hearing loss drove him to become a State Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Brian is a member of the International Hearing Society (IHS), and the Texas Hearing Aid Association (THAA). His care for his clients and his knowledge of the industry has lead to many people being helped in their hearing journey.

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