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Welcome to Hear Pure, your trusted destination for comprehensive hearing care and cutting-edge hearing solutions in Chester, Wirral and Cheadle.
We understand the profound impact that hearing loss can have on your daily life, relationships, and overall well-being. That's why we are committed to providing exceptional services, including free hearing tests, and offering technologically advanced hearing aids to help you reclaim the joy of hearing.
At Hear Pure, we believe that early detection and intervention are crucial in managing hearing issues effectively. That's why we offer complimentary hearing tests conducted by our team of experienced audiologists. Our state-of-the-art testing facilities utilize advanced diagnostic equipment to accurately assess your hearing abilities. This comprehensive evaluation enables us to understand the nature and extent of your hearing loss, allowing us to develop a personalized treatment plan.
When it comes to hearing aids, we pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of technological advancements. We understand that no two individuals have the same hearing needs, preferences, and lifestyles. That's why we offer a diverse range of cutting-edge hearing aids from leading manufacturers. Our technologically advanced devices are designed to provide exceptional sound quality, clarity, and customization, ensuring a seamless and natural listening experience.
Our team of knowledgeable professionals is dedicated to helping you find the perfect hearing aid solution. We take the time to understand your unique requirements and guide you through the selection process. Whether you prefer discreet and nearly invisible devices or advanced models with Bluetooth connectivity, we have the right options for you. Our goal is to empower you to make informed decisions about your hearing health.
In addition to offering technologically advanced hearing aids, we provide comprehensive aftercare services to ensure your continued satisfaction. Our experts offer fitting and adjustment services to optimize the performance and comfort of your hearing aids. We are committed to your long-term hearing success and offer ongoing support, including maintenance, repairs, and follow-up appointments.
At Hear Pure, we are dedicated to helping you regain the pleasure of hearing and reconnecting with the world around you. With our free hearing tests and cutting-edge technologically advanced hearing aids, we are here to support you on your journey to better hearing health. Contact us today to schedule your complimentary hearing test and experience the difference that Hear Pure can make in your life.
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Do you offer a free hearing test to everyone?
A free hearing test is available to you if you are aged 55 and over, or if you are younger and there is familial hearing loss in your family from a young age, or if you already wear hearing aids. If you do not fall into any of these categories, then we offer free hearing test screening which take only 10 minutes. To have a full hearing test and take the results with you, the fee is £95
What happens at a hearing test?
During a hearing test, a series of evaluations are conducted to assess your hearing abilities and identify any potential hearing loss. The test is performed by our qualified audiologist. It involves a variety of assessments, including medical history and pure-tone audiometry, These evaluations measure your ability to hear different pitches and understand speech in various listening environments. The results of the hearing test provide valuable information about the type, degree, and configuration of your hearing loss, enabling our audiologist to recommend appropriate treatment options, such as hearing aids or other interventions.
When should I have my hearing tested?
It is recommended to have a hearing test if you experience any signs of hearing loss or if you are concerned about your hearing abilities. Common signs include difficulty understanding conversations, frequently asking others to repeat themselves, turning up the volume on electronic devices, having trouble hearing in noisy environments, or perceiving muffled or distorted sounds. Additionally, if you have a history of exposure to loud noise, a family history of hearing loss, or certain medical conditions (such as diabetes or ototoxic medication use), it is advisable to have regular hearing assessments. Early detection and intervention can significantly improve outcomes, so it's best to schedule a hearing test as soon as you notice any potential hearing issues.
What happens if I ignore my hearing loss?
Ignoring hearing loss can have several negative consequences. Firstly, it can lead to communication difficulties, as understanding conversations becomes increasingly challenging, leading to social isolation and strained relationships. Untreated hearing loss is also associated with cognitive decline and an increased risk of conditions like dementia. Emotionally, it can result in feelings of frustration, depression, and anxiety. Neglected hearing loss can compromise safety, as individuals may not hear warning signals or environmental sounds, putting them at risk of accidents. Overall, untreated hearing loss significantly diminishes one's quality of life and overall well-being. Seeking timely intervention and appropriate treatment is essential to mitigate these adverse effects and improve overall quality of life.
How do I know which hearing aid is right for me?
Our qualified audiologist will advise the most suitable options based on your specific hearing needs, lifestyle, and preferences and budget. Factors to consider include the type and degree of your hearing loss, the style and size of the hearing aids, features like wireless connectivity and rechargeability, and your budget. Working closely with your audiologist, you can make an informed decision and find a hearing aid that meets your unique requirements, improving your overall hearing experience.
How does a hearing aid work?
A hearing aid works by amplifying sounds to compensate for hearing loss. It consists of a microphone that captures incoming sounds, an amplifier that increases the volume of these sounds, and a speaker that delivers the amplified sound to the ear. Modern digital hearing aids use advanced processing algorithms to analyze and selectively enhance specific frequencies, making speech clearer and reducing background noise. They can be programmed and personalized to suit individual hearing needs and preferences. Some hearing aids also offer additional features like directional microphones, feedback cancellation, and connectivity to other devices. Ultimately, a hearing aid helps individuals with hearing loss by improving their ability to perceive and understand sounds in their environment.
What are the different styles of hearing aids?
There are various styles of hearing aids available to cater to different preferences and degrees of hearing loss. Behind-the-ear (BTE) models rest behind the ear and are connected to a custom earmold or dome that fits inside the ear. In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids fill the outer part of the ear, with some models fitting entirely inside the ear canal (completely-in-canal, CIC). In-the-canal (ITC) and in-the-ear (ITE) options are larger and offer more features. Receiver-in-canal (RIC) and receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) styles have a small casing behind the ear, with the receiver placed directly in the ear canal. Invisible-in-canal (IIC) hearing aids are the smallest and sit deep within the ear canal. Each style offers its own benefits in terms of appearance, comfort, and functionality.
Is it easy to get used to wearing a hearing aid?
The time it takes to get used to a hearing aid varies from person to person. Initially, there may be an adjustment period as your brain adapts to processing amplified sounds. It may take a few weeks or even months to fully acclimate to wearing a hearing aid and become comfortable with the amplified sounds. Gradual introduction to the device, consistent use, and following the guidance of your hearing healthcare professional can help expedite the adaptation process. Additionally, regular follow-up visits and adjustments can ensure that the hearing aid is optimally programmed for your specific needs, further enhancing your overall experience.
Why do my parents or grandparents refuse to wear a hearing aid?
There are several reasons why parents or grandparents may refuse to wear a hearing aid. Firstly, they may deny or downplay their hearing loss, considering it a normal part of aging. They might also worry about the stigma associated with wearing a visible hearing aid. Cost can be a concern, as hearing aids can be expensive and may not be covered by insurance. Additionally, some individuals may have had a negative experience with older, outdated hearing aids, leading to skepticism about their effectiveness. Lack of awareness about the benefits of modern hearing aids and reluctance to seek professional help can also contribute to their refusal. It's important to have open and empathetic conversations, address their concerns, and highlight the potential positive impact that wearing a hearing aid can have on their quality of life. Encouraging them to consult with a hearing healthcare professional can help dispel misconceptions and explore suitable options.
What is a digital hearing aid?
A digital hearing aid is a technologically advanced device designed to amplify and enhance sounds for individuals with hearing loss. Unlike traditional analog hearing aids, digital hearing aids convert incoming sounds into digital signals, allowing for precise and customizable processing. These devices use advanced algorithms to analyze and selectively amplify specific frequencies, providing a more natural and personalized listening experience. Digital hearing aids can be programmed to adapt to different environments, reducing background noise and enhancing speech clarity. They often offer additional features like wireless connectivity, directional microphones, and automatic adjustments. The digital technology in these aids has revolutionized the way individuals with hearing loss can improve their auditory perception and regain their quality of life.
Can I wear an invisible hearing aid?
Yes, it is possible to wear an invisible hearing aid if the shape of your ear canal allows it, if it suits your hearing loss, and it's comfortable for you. Invisible hearing aids are designed to be discreet and virtually invisible when worn. They are typically custom-made to fit deep within the ear canal, making them nearly undetectable to others. These small and discreet devices offer a cosmetic advantage for individuals who prefer a more inconspicuous option. However, it's important to note that the suitability of an invisible hearing aid depends on factors such as the degree of hearing loss, ear anatomy, and individual preferences. Consulting with a hearing healthcare professional can help determine if an invisible hearing aid is appropriate for your specific needs.
How is a private hearing aid different from an NHS hearing aid?
A private hearing aid and NHS (National Health Service) hearing aid differs in a significant way - in the hearing aid performance. A private hearing aid are is far more technologically advanced. As soon as a brand new hearing aid is launched, the manufacturer is already working on the next improvements - always improving the performance, speech clarity, and the wearer experience. The biggest difference we are told by our patients, is the performance of private hearing aids in background noise and in group situations.
What money back guarantee do you offer on all hearing aids?
At Hear Pure, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on our hearing aids as part of our warranty program. We understand that investing in a hearing aid is an important decision, and we want our customers to have peace of mind. If within 30 days of your purchase you are not satisfied with your hearing aids, you can return them for a full refund. Our warranty ensures that you have ample time to try the devices in various environments and determine if they meet your expectations. We are committed to your satisfaction and want to ensure that you find the perfect hearing solution for your needs.
Hi, I just wanted to say thank you to the gentleman who treated my mother yesterday at your clinic. He was so caring and patient with her. Thank you so much for agreeing to treat her during these difficult times. We would not hesitate to use your clinic again.
Coming to you was a revelation. I felt like a human being who was deaf and needed help – not a walking bank account that needed to be emptied fast. Have I just been very lucky or are you all like that?
I had been suffering from extremely severe tinnitus for the past 18 months but once the new hearing aids were tuned in to the tinnitus setting they have made a massive positive difference to my life. I found the service extremely satisfactory and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
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