Starkey

Hearing Aid
Use & Care

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Good Information to Know

We understand that choosing a hearing aid is just the beginning of the journey to better hearing. This section will guide you through the process of cleaning, maintaining and operating your hearing aids to make your hearing journey as smooth as possible.

Worry-Free Warranty Plans

Starkey offers comprehensive Worry-Free Warranty coverage for all hearing aid brands. Available as long as your hearing aids are in proper operating condition, our plans provide protection against failure, damage and even loss. We also offer Worry-Free Warranty Loss, Damage, and Repair coverage on other hearing aid brands. Ask your hearing professional which one of our flexible protection plans best meets your hearing and lifestyle needs.

New Starkey hearing aids come with a limited warranty. Please contact your hearing aid specialist, audiologist or ENT doctor to get details about your specific warranty plan.

Getting used to your hearing aids:

  • Your personal determination and willing attitude are necessary for getting used to hearing aids.
  • Know about your hearing disorder so you are able to participate in the adjustment to hearing aid use in various listening environments.
  • Understand that your hearing aid instrument can provide measurable improvement to your listening and understanding, but that technology is not a complete substitute for normal hearing.
  • Be patient. It will take up to four to six weeks for hearing aids to sound normal to you.