3128 Forest Lane Suite #232
Dallas, TX 75234
Directions: Forest and Marsh ln
3900 S Stonebridge Dr #1002
McKinney, TX 75070
Directions: Custer and Stonebridge Dr.
Garland - Firewheel Mall
675 Town Square Blvd #200
Garland, TX 75040
Directions: Door next to Carters Baby Clothing 2nd
Are you having trouble communicating and keeping up in conversation? Do words sound muffled or hard to understand? Have family members or friends noticed you are not hearing as well? These can all be signs and symptoms of hearing loss. Our clinic’s provide advanced hearing tests and evaluations to determine if you have a hearing loss and, if necessary, recommend the best possible solutions to meet your individual needs.
Our audiologist will help you select the best hearing aid style based on your degree of hearing loss, the shape of your outer ear, the size and shape of the ear canal, your ability to place and adjust the device, and any other specifications of your hearing loss needs.
Hearing aid prices vary depending upon the style and technology that would best accommodate your hearing loss. Basic hearing aids are less expensive but are limited in the features. More advanced hearing aids are more expensive but offer different features and modern technology.
Our specialists will work with you to determine your needs and preferences and provide you with different options and solutions.
Our goal is to make hearing aids as affordable as possible for all patients. While we accept most major insurances, individual coverage and benefits vary by carrier and treatment.
Other forms of payment:
- We accept cash, check, and all debit or credit cards
We offer 0% financing through CareCredit; some restrictions apply. CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that allows you to make convenient monthly payments. Click here >> for more information about CareCredit.
Avoid repair costs by keeping your hearing aids clean, dry and free from ear wax. Cleaning them at the end of each day, usually before bed, will give them ample time to air out before you put them in again.
To clean your hearing aids:
- Focus your cleaning on the openings in the device including the microphone ports using a soft-bristle toothbrush or a brush provided by your audiologist to remove built-up wax.
- Finish by wiping the entire device with a clean, dry cloth or audio wipe.
- Schedule regular clean & checks with your provider to ensure proper functionality of your device.
In order to maintain functionality and longevity, it is very important to keep your hearing aids dry and away from extreme temperatures.
Follow these tips to keep your hearing aids dry:
- Open the battery door overnight.
- Wipe the battery door dry when replacing your battery.
- Do not leave your hearing aids in the bathroom or anywhere with large amounts of moisture in the air.
- Dry hair and hands before wearing hearing aids.
- Avoid wearing hearing when sweating.
Hearing aids typically need to be replaced after about five years. New programmable and digital hearing aids, which can be adjusted as the level of hearing changes over time, may reduce the need for replacement.
It can take up to four months for you to get accustomed to your hearing aids and to really get the most out of them. You will notice small changes right from the start, but it's important to be patient in the process of adapting to them. If you have questions or concerns about your progress, be sure to call our clinic to receive professional guidance and support.
Trinity Hearing Healthcare is here to help you with your Audiology needs! For a free consultation or appointment, contact us to speak with a Trinity Hearing Audiologist today!
Call Trinity Healthcare today at 214-357-1144. Or Click here for locations.