Widex Hearing Aid Repairs in Clearwater, Florida

Have your Widex hearing aids stopped working?  Or maybe they are sounding as clear as they used to?  Our Doctors of Audiology are able to determine if your hearing aid is working, and if not, recommend what needs to be done in order to get them back up and running!

A malfunctioning hearing aid can be caused by a variety of problems.  Sometimes it is easily fixed by a deep cleaning in our office, at which time we can give you tips to try at home for the future.  Other times, it may need a replacement part like the speaker that we may be able to replace in office.  If those steps don’t work, then we can send the hearing aid to Widex directly to have them determine the cause of the problem.  No matter the outcome, the audiologists at Gardner Audiology will walk you through the process so you know exactly what is happening.

If we determine your hearing aid is functioning fine but you still aren’t hearing, we will look into other potential causes, such as wax or a change in hearing.  If your hearing has changed, the audiologist can provide appropriate recommendations and also adjust your Widex hearing aids so they are performing optimally.

To schedule your free consultation with a Doctor of Audiology, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com today!

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