Premier Marion county hearing Doctor repairs Widex hearing aids in Dunnellon.

Problems with your Widex hearing aids in Marion county, Florida? Many Widex repairs are simple and can be resolved in our Gardner Audiology Dunnellon office on the same day. That means you will not have to be without your hearing aids.  

Tips for at home care and how to do several of the above can be found at Gardner Audiology’s website ( How To Videos” tab. 

If we are unable to repair your Widex hearing aid in office we may need to send in to the manufacturer for repair.  Gardner Audiology will honor your Widex warranty and send the hearing aid out to Widex as a courtesy.  If the aid is not under warranty, Gardner Audiology can still help!  Hearing aids can be sent to Widex for repair and typically returned with an additional one-year repair warranty.  If you have an older Widex hearing aid, our all-make repair lab can help and your hearing aid will return with either a 6 month or 12 month warranty (depending on age). 

In the event your Widex hearing aid/s is lost or damaged beyond standard repair we can also be of assistance. Your new Widex hearing aid comes with manufacturer loss/damage coverage for at least the first year of ownership, possibly longer.  We will assist you with navigating that process, even if you purchased your Widex hearing aid/s elsewhere. 

See A Doctor Not A Salesman.  Dr. Angela Schenk in Dunnellon is your Widex hearing aid expert. 

For.more information please call our Dunnellon office at 352-448-1772 or reach out to us through our website at 

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