Veena Hearing Solutions

Have questions about hearing aids or our services?

Have questions about hearing aids or our services? Check out our FAQs for answers to commonly asked questions. From understanding different types of hearing aids to troubleshooting issues, we’ve got you covered. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our team for personalized assistance.

Hearing aids are recommended for individuals experiencing hearing loss, whether mild, moderate, or severe, to help them hear and communicate better.

If you struggle to hear conversations, have difficulty understanding speech, frequently ask others to repeat themselves, or experience ringing in your ears (tinnitus), you may benefit from hearing aids. A hearing test by an audiologist can confirm if you have hearing loss.

Yes, there are various types of hearing aids, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), completely-in-canal (CIC), and invisible-in-canal (IIC) styles etc. The choice depends on factors like the degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, and preferences.

Hearing aids can help most people with sensorineural hearing loss, which is the most common type. However, they may not be as effective for individuals with profound hearing loss or certain types of conductive hearing loss.

With proper care and maintenance, hearing aids typically last for 3 to 7 years. However, the lifespan can vary depending on usage, technology advancements, and changes in hearing.

Yes, regular maintenance is essential for optimal performance. This includes cleaning the hearing aids daily, changing batteries as needed, and scheduling periodic checks with an audiologist for adjustments or repairs.

Most hearing aids are not waterproof, so it's best to remove them before swimming or showering to avoid damage. However, some models are water-resistant and may withstand light splashes or sweat.

Yes, modern hearing aids are equipped with advanced features like noise reduction and directional microphones to help users hear better in noisy environments. Your audiologist can adjust the settings to optimize performance in various situations.

While hearing aids can significantly improve your ability to hear and communicate, they cannot restore your hearing to normal. They can, however, enhance your quality of life by making sounds more audible and clear.

Initially, wearing hearing aids may feel uncomfortable or strange, but most people adjust to them over time. If you experience discomfort or pain, consult your audiologist for adjustments or alternative solutions.

Yes, children with hearing loss can benefit greatly from wearing hearing aids. Pediatric hearing aids are specially designed to accommodate smaller ears and active lifestyles. Early intervention with hearing aids can also support speech and language development.

While rare, some individuals may experience side effects like itching, irritation, or ear infections. Proper hygiene and regular check-ups can help minimize these risks.

Wearing hearing aids in both ears, known as binaural amplification, is often recommended for individuals with hearing loss in both ears. It provides better localization of sounds, improved speech clarity, and a more balanced hearing experience.

Yes, most hearing aids come with a warranty that covers manufacturing defects and malfunctions. Warranties typically range from one to three years, but extended warranties may be available for purchase.

Yes, many hearing aids allow users to adjust the volume and settings manually using buttons or dials. Some models also offer automatic adjustment based on the listening environment.

The frequency of battery replacement depends on factors like the type of hearing aid, usage, and battery size. Typically, hearing aid batteries need to be replaced every few days to a couple of weeks.

While hearing aids are designed to minimize interference with other electronic devices, they may occasionally pick up electromagnetic interference from sources like cell phones or computers. If you experience interference, consult your audiologist for guidance.