This section includes products for the cleaning and maintenance of hearing aids. Maintenance packs may include capsules for drying hearing aids, brushes, tools and cleansing wipes. The section also lists devices for testing, extracting and inserting hearing aid batteries.
Different accessories and maintenance packs are available for either in-the-ear hearing aids or behind-the-ear hearing aids. Check that you have selected the correct type for your type of hearing aid before purchase.
Changing the battery
It is a good idea to have spare hearing aid batteries to hand at home and to carry them with you if you're going out. If the sound from your hearing aid gets fainter, disappears, becomes crackly, fuzzy or distorted, you should change the battery.1,2 Read more advice on hearing aid batteries
Health Professions Council
Any individual involved in the supply of hearing aids must be registered with The Health Professions Council. Check their register
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