Caring for Your In-the-Ear Hearing Aids

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http://budurl.com/aeamainwebsite In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are a style of instrument that encompasses the ITE, in-the-canal (ITC), and completely-in-the-canal (CIC) aid types.

http://budurl.com/aeamainwebsite In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are a style of instrument that encompasses the ITE, in-the-canal (ITC), and completely-in-the-canal (CIC) aid types.

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  • 1. Call Today (717) 271-7019 Caring for YourIn-the-Ear Hearing Aids Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 2. Call Today (717) 271-7019In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are a style of instrument that encompasses the ITE, in-the-canal (ITC), and completely-in-the-canal (CIC) aid types. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 3. Call Today (717) 271-7019 Custom made ITE instrumentsrequire daily maintenance to prevent damage and repair. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 4. Call Today (717) 271-7019Never use unapproved liquids, such aswater, to clean your ITE. Some alcoholbased liquid cleaners are available for purchase to clean hearing aids. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 5. Call Today (717) 271-7019To clean your ITE properly, you will need a soft cloth, wax pick or loop,a long plastic filament wax tool, and a soft toothbrush. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 6. Call Today (717) 271-7019 First, use the wax pick or loop and gently pick any wax or debris fromthe sound opening that fits into your ear canal. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 7. Call Today (717) 271-7019Using the brush, gently brushoff any debris from the outer casing. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 8. Call Today (717) 271-7019 Next, you will clean the opening that runs from the outer face to theportion that fits into your ear. This is called the vent. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 9. Call Today (717) 271-7019 Finally, using the clean dry softcloth, wipe down the outside of your hearing aid. Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603
  • 10. Call Today (717) 271-7019 Daily or weekly maintenance of your hearing aid will reduce your need forrepairs and keep your hearing aid in top notch working condition! Website: www.HaveBetterHearing.com Blog: www.Hearing-Aids-Lancaster-PA.com 2160 Noll Drive, Suite 200 Lancaster, PA 17603