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hearing aids Wirral

Hear Pure Heswall Wirral offers hearing aids in and around the Heswall area. Whether you're local or in the surrounding areas, our expert hearing solutions have you covered. When you need a hearing aid dispenser, you can rely on your local independent family-owned clinic - Hear Pure.

When it comes to hearing aids, most types function similarly. However, the hearing aids we recommend and advise you on must be customized for your individual's needs. Hearing aids work by capturing sound through a tiny microphone and converting it into an electronic signal. This signal is then processed and adjusted to match the user's specific hearing loss and requirements. The processed sound is delivered through a receiver, like a miniature loudspeaker, and is fitted appropriately to the specific hearing system.

 

If you require hearing aids or are looking at hearing aids for a family member in Wirral, then contact Hear Pure today.

Modern Hearing Aids are very different from the analogue oversized aids from the past.  Even if you have severe hearing loss, modern hearing aids are digital, and they are small, sleek and even with artificial intelligence.  Their capacity to cut out background noise and focus on the conversations you need to focus and hear clearly.

A new hearing aid from Hear Pure Heswall is the difference between feeling isolated from friends and family and instead having the joy of communication and the interactions that matter.  Remember your hearing plays a crucial role in helping the brain hear and that's why hearing loss is linked to dementia.  When someone experiences hearing loss, the auditory pathways in the brain may receive less stimulation. By wearing hearing aids and amplifying sounds, these pathways receive a more consistent and robust auditory input, which helps to maintain their function and preserve the brain's ability to process and interpret sounds. Hearing aids are equipped with sophisticated technology that can selectively amplify specific frequencies based on an individual's hearing loss profile. This process, known as frequency shaping or equalization, ensures that the amplified sounds are optimized for the individual's specific hearing needs.

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Invisible Hearing Aids

These are suitable as long as your ear canals are not too narrow and if your hearing loss is mild to moderate

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Rechargeable Hearing Aids

These are suitable for all hearing loss typees except profound Hering loss.

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Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Suitable for all hearing loss types, bluetooth hearing aids offer seamless connections to your Bluetooth devices

Consultation with an Audiologist: Firstly we will schedule you an appointment with Jane our Audiologist. Jane will assess your hearing needs. She will conduct a comprehensive hearing evaluation to determine the extent of your hearing loss and provide personalized recommendations. Type and Degree of Hearing Loss: We need to understand the specific type and degree of your hearing loss. Different hearing aids are designed to address varying levels of hearing loss, from mild to profound. Jane our audiologist will guide you in selecting the appropriate hearing aid that matches your specific needs. Style and Design: Hearing aids come in different styles, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), completely-in-canal (CIC), and invisible-in-canal (IIC). Consider your preferences regarding visibility, comfort, and handling when choosing the style that suits you best. Features and Technology: Hearing aids offer various features and technological advancements. Some common features include noise reduction, directional microphones, telecoil (for compatibility with telephones), wireless connectivity, and rechargeable batteries. Discuss your lifestyle, communication needs, and budget with Jane to determine which features are most beneficial for you. User-Friendly Controls: Consider the ease of use and adjustability of the hearing aid. Look for devices that offer intuitive controls for adjusting volume and switching between listening programs. Budget: And of course Jane needs to find you the best hearing aid that is affordable to you. Remeber, your hearing is invaluable so always consider the best hearing aid you can.

If you are over the age of 55 years and are looking at hearing aids, the hearing test is completely free. If you are under the age of 55, then we would advise you to call so we can take a few details from you and see if you qualify for a free hearing test. We also offer hearing screenings which are completely free and recommended for those that would just like a quick hearing check.

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Where Can I Get A Hearing Test Near Me?

Hear Pure has a hearing clinic local to you in Heswall Wirral. Our clinic in Heswall opened in 2016, serving everyone throughout the Wirral. Our clinic is located at the back of Telegraph Road and there is plenty of parking nearby. Our Hearing Aid Audiologist, Jane, is in clinic Monday through to Thursday evryn week.

How Much Is a Hearing Test?

If you are over the age of 55 years and are looking at hearing aids, the hearing test is completely free. If you are under the age of 55, then we would advise you to call so we can take a few details from you and see if you qualify for a free hearing test. We also offer hearing screenings which are completely free and recommended for those that would just like a quick hearing check.

Which Hearing Aids Are Best?

Firstly we will schedule you an appointment with Jane our Audiologist. Jane will assess your hearing health. She will conduct a comprehensive hearing evaluation to determine the extent of your hearing loss and provide personalized recommendations. We need to understand the specific type and degree of your hearing loss. Different hearing aids are designed to address varying levels of hearing loss, from mild to profound. Jane our audiologist will guide you in selecting the appropriate hearing aid that matches your specific needs. Hearing aids come in different styles, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), completely-in-canal (CIC), and invisible-in-canal (IIC). Consider your preferences regarding visibility, comfort, and handling when choosing the style that suits you best. Hearing aids offer various features and technological advancements. Some common features include noise reduction, directional microphones, telecoil (for compatibility with telephones), wireless connectivity, and rechargeable batteries. Discuss your lifestyle, communication needs, and budget with Jane to determine which features are most beneficial for you. You need to consider the ease of use and adjustability of the hearing aid. Look for devices that offer intuitive controls for adjusting volume and switching between listening programs. And of course Jane needs to find you the best hearing aid that is affordable to you. Remeber, your hearing is invaluable so always consider the best hearing aid you can.

How Much Are Hearing Aids?

The cost can vary depending on several factors, including the brand, technology level and features. Hearing Aids at Hear Pure start at £1495 per pair. The price includes the cost of the aid itself, professional services such as hearing tests, fittings, adjustments, and follow-up appointments which are free for two years. Some aids even come with 5 year manufacturers warranty. Basic or entry-level are still superier from the NHS aids, while advanced or premium models with advanced features and capabilities offer superier levels of clarity and sound. Contrary to popular belief, custom-molded hearing aids are no more expensive than standard, non-custom options. Remeber we will always offer a best price promise on like for like and we will always give you impartial and sensible advice on the right options for you.

Do Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus?

If you have hearing loss, then tinnitus will be exacerbated without using hearing aids. So do not strain to hear or it will only make your tinnitus worse. All private, quality hearing aids offer masking, whether its notch therapy, white noise, pink noise and therapy sounds. By controlling these through your app, you can find the right program to help soothe your tinnitus. A full tinnitus assessment would advise you in more detail.

Get In Touch

If you would like a free hearing test at Hear Pure Heswall, please just send us your details here and we can reply with appointments availability.

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Audiology Clinic in Heswall Wirral

Hear Pure Heswall has all your audiology needs covered including ear wax removal, hearing tests and hearing aids.  All our team are highly skilled and knowledgeable to help and support all your hearing needs.  Our Heswall hearing aid clinic team include our Audiologist and Hearing Aid Dispenser Jane, our Hearing & Aural Care Specialist Gill, and our welcoming and efficient reception team of Mel and Irene.  

We offer a wide range of hearing services to address all aspects of your hearing health.  From comprehensive hearing evaluations and fittings to follow-up care and maintenance.  We provide a complete package of hearing healthcare to ensure optimal results for you - our primary focus at all times. 

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When you choose Hear Pure Heswall, you can expect exceptional care, cutting-edge technology, and a compassionate team dedicated to improving your quality of life through better hearing. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards better hearing health.

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