Just as your eyesight changes with age, so does your hearing. Seeing your hearing aid Audiologist/ Hearing care professional for regular checks is just as important as seeing your optician. This is your chance to discuss how well your hearing aids are working for you and ask us any questions you may have.
Once your hearing aids have been fitted, our Audiologists/ Hearing care professionals will arrange your lifetime aftercare program to make sure you are getting the maximum benefit from your hearing aids. This includes a lifetime of unlimited cleanings, reprogramming, minor repairs, and ongoing advice and care.
Our unrivalled lifetime aftercare program includes a regular assessment and evaluation of your hearing and the health of your ears, expert help and advice, demonstrations of new hearing aid technology, advice on how to take daily care of your hearing aids to maintain their performance and adjustments to your hearing aids to ensure you continue to get the most out of your aids.
Throughout the adoption of your new hearing solution, trust that your Amplifon team is with you every step of the way. They are committed to accompanying you in ongoing fittings and adjustments, to quickly get you back to better hearing.
In an aftercare appointment we’ll re-test your hearing. Hearing changes over time so it's important we have the most accurate & updated measurement. This’ll also inform any adjustments required to ensure you’re getting the most out of your purchase.
In an aftercare visit along with servicing your hearing aids we will re-test your hearing. Hearing can change over time so it's important that we have the most accurate and up to date measurement of your hearing, this will help the Audiologist/ Hearing care professional in any adjustments required to ensure you are getting the most out of your purchase.
Peace of mind that comes from a 90-day free trial period, plus a 3-year limited* warranty and 3-year loss and damage protection.
We encourage our customers to have real expectations and be patient whilst becoming acquainted with this new technology, as your brain will need some time to familiarise itself with speech and surrounding sounds. Some of our hearing aids are self-adjusting, some you will control from the device itself and others you can use your own external advice such as an app from your phone or a remote control.
The latest hearing aids are a huge step forward from those of the past. It’s important to check regularly with your Audiologist/ Hearing care professional about the latest development in hearing technology, as the advancements continue to make better hearing easier.