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Cleaning your hearing aids. (Private)
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Cleaning your hearing aids. (Private)
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Hearing aids which fit in the head.

You must watchfully wash down with a dry cloth or tissue when eliminating your hearing aid before you go to bed. Some time should be also spent by you checking the part of the hearing aid that fits to the ear canal since it is likely that a of ear wax might have occurred. If this is the case then you must remove the wax. You should receive a cleaning device which can be used to get this done which typically takes the shape of a pick or a brush when you purchased the hearing aids or you may also use a toothbrush partner site .

Hearing aids which fir behind the head.

Much like the aforementioned, the procedure is comparable. But, the primary huge difference being that the ear mould which fits into the ear which is normally made of Lucite or plastic which is non-electrical and therefore could be cleaned in mild soapy water. Before cleaning it's important to ensure the earpiece is disconnected from the behind the ear area to ensure the electrical part of the hearing aid doesn't get wet. Dry the ear piece correctly before using and also make sure that the tube is clear of water. Please note that the tube may need to be replaced after having a time period generally 3 to a few months because the flexibility may be lost edina mn audiologist .

Things to not do

1. Clean the hearing aid with solvents or alcohol as the materials may be caused by this that the aid was created to breakdown. You can aquire special cleansing fluids made to clean hearing aids tinnitus and hyperacusis clinic facebook .

2. Dont let the electrical part of the hearing aid get wet. Prevent wearing the aid when showering of swimming.

3. Try not to decline the hearing aid, especially on a hard ground as the hearing aid may be caused by this to break.
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Saturday, 23 March 2013
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