Hearing Aids

Book in for a full hearing assessment so we can conduct a thorough assessment of you and you’re hearing. From there, we can discuss hearing aid management options and recommend the most appropriate ones for you. In many cases, we can even fit you up with hearing aids in the hearing assessment appointment and let you try them out before making your decision to purchase.

Not your average high street hearing clinic. We are audiology specialists: highly experienced and highly qualified. Patients come to us because they want (1) expert continuous care, (2) sincere advice, (3) rapid access to treatments and (4) premium hearing aid technologies.

All of our hearing aids come with a comprehensive manufacturer’s warranty (5 years).

We match this with our superb 3 or 5 year aftercare package for complete peace of mind. This includes free annual hearing health checks, wax removal and hearing aid fine tuning should your hearing change over time.

We also offer a 30 day no quibble money back guarantee on all hearing aid purchases giving you ample time to try them out in your everyday life.

Whilst clinical factors can dictate this, we always recommend a pair of hearing aids in order to maximise your ability to localise sounds and hear better in noise. Simply put, your brain likes binaural input. Choosing to wear just a single hearing aid when you are clinically suitable for a pair is a bit like choosing to wear only a single lense in your glasses.

Naturally you may have some preferences and wants from your hearing aids. We have a fantastic choice of hearing solutions and will be on hand to advise and discuss such options with you, drawing on our many years of clinical experience.

At Ear Care Specialists, we only focus on premium hearing aid technologies which simply cannot be found through the NHS. Moreover, we aren’t restricted by fixed appointment times or waiting list pressures. Our patients enjoy exceptional and continuous care without waiting weeks or months to be seen.

NHS audiology services provide free hearing aids of reasonable quality. In fact, we often encourage patients to try NHS hearing aids so they can get a feel for what they are like first hand. This can serve as a baseline comparison for any subsequent hearing aids.