Adjustments

ADJUSTMENTS

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Common problems with adjustments


Is your hearing aid uncomfortable? Do you hear a whistle, echo, or metallic sound? Does it seem like your own voice sound too loud? Are you having trouble with the background noise? These are common problems for people who are adjusting to a hearing aid. In addition, these are the reason why people do not wear their hearing aids.

At Pacific Hearing Care we adjust the hearing aids to your specific needs. We understand using hearing aids may be challenging at times. Our professional hearing aid specialist will adjust according to your assessment. 

It takes time to adjust to hearing aids. It varies from person to person. It will depend on a number of factors, such as being a hearing aid user before and the degree of your hearing loss. Hearing aids often need to be adjusted several times to optimize the performance.

Our Pacific Hearing Care Adjustment Process


The hearing aid specialist will begin the process by conducting an in-depth consultation with you to learn more about your lifestyle, expectations, previous experience with hearing aids (if you had any), and current problems you are facing. During the time of adjustment, our hearing care professionals will adjust according to your response. In addition, we schedule follow-up visits to fine-tune the sounds you're hearing, adjust the fit, discuss situations that are challenging for you, and provide solutions. We strongly recommend continuing with our follow-up visits to provide a greater satisfaction of your hearing aid use.
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