Hearing aid accessories and batteries

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What are hearing aid accessories?

Hearing aid accessories give you the opportunity to stream wireless phone calls, turn your hearing aids into a wireless headset, and more! We offer a selection of quality, hearing aid compatible accessories that can help you get the most out of your hearing aids.

We also provide simple ordering services for new domes and batteries.

If you have questions or would like a free demo of any of our accessories, you are welcome to find a center near you or call us at: 844-836-5003

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1. Connectivity accessories

There are a wide range of hearing aid accessories available that are compatible with your phone, computer, laptop, TV and other electronic devices. This means that you can stream TV audio, music, audio books, and phone calls directly to your hearing aids.

This streaming capability allows for sounds to be transmitted directly to your ears, eliminating background noise and resulting in a clearer sound experience.

Book a demonstration to learn about how popular hearing aid connectivity devices can help you get more out of your hearing aids:

  • TV adapter: Connect your hearing aids directly to the TV
  • Connect Clip: Hear speakers more clearly
  • Phone Adapter: Connect hearing aids to landline phones
  • Remote Control: Discreetly control your hearing aid
  • Oticon EduMic: Wireless remote microphone system

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2. Hearing aid batteries

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Once a new hearing aid battery is inserted into your hearing device, it has a lifespan of five to ten days before a replacement is needed.

The lifetime of the battery depends on the type of hearing aid you have, the size of the battery, the length of time you spend streaming phone calls (and other audio), and how well you take care of your hearing devices.

Speak to our hearing care experts about how to optimize the performance of your hearing aids.

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How to maintain your hearing aids: 17 self-guided videos

We have collected a number of how-to guides and videos, which can help you learn how to:

Discover our 17 self-guided videos
Hearing aid maintenance

3. Cleaning accessories

Taking care of and cleaning your hearing aids will ensure that they are kept in ideal condition and optimized for use. In order to keep your hearing aids clean and free of earwax, you will need the following accessories:

  • Wax pick - Keeps your hearing device free of earwax build-up
  • Brush - Removes dirt and dust from your hearing aid
  • Air blower - Provides a way to dry BTE ear molds after they have been washed with water
  • Container - Serves as a dry place to store your hearing aids when you're not wearing them

Your hearing care expert can provide detailed instructions on how to care for the specific make and model of hearing aid you’ve purchased.

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Additional accessories for Oticon hearing aids

There are a wide range of additional accessories to partner with your Oticon hearing aids. Here are a few examples of accessories that can help you get the most out of your hearing aids:

  • Oticon EduMic - Wireless remote microphone system
  • Oticon Safeline - Hearing aid retention cord
  • Oticon On app - Smartphone application

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4. Hearing aid domes

Your hearing care expert has carefully chosen the appropriate ear piece or dome that best fits your hearing aids in order to deliver optimal sound quality.

As these domes fit into your ear canal, it is important that they are kept clean or replaced regularly (as advised by your hearing care expert).

We recommend replacing these disposable domes at least once a month (or as suggested by your hearing care expert).