Hearing aids used to require regular battery changes to keep them in good working order. That is until rechargeable devices revolutionized this process.

Now, many devices have this capability, resulting in changes to their design.

We know it’s not always easy for patients to get used to a new system.

So the team has put together a short video on how Oticon, NuEar, and ReSound devices work when they have a rechargeable battery.

In the tutorial, you’ll learn how to turn these devices off and on and how to keep them topped up with power.

If you would like to find out more about state-of-the-art hearing aids, contact the team. They’re ready to help you now!

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Molly LeRoy

Molly LeRoy

Dr. Molly LeRoy has been working in the hearing healthcare field since 1998 where she started as a secretary at the House of Hearing while attending the University of Utah. She soon became a Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and also obtained her Doctorate in Audiology. As President and Owner of the ENT House of Hearing since 2003, Dr. LeRoy has dedicated over 20 years of her life to delivering superior patient care to every person that walks through the door.