What To Expect From My Aid

050-0141-P3_Naida_Q_RIC_xReceiver_cShell_black-300x225Some people put on hearing instruments and hear better right away. For most, there is more of an adjustment period. The single most important factor in the process is the attitude and commitment of the wearer—and the development of realistic expectations.

There are two things to know right from the start. One, hearing aids don’t sound the same as having your old hearing. And two, adjusting to wearing them takes time. Just like getting comfortable with a pair of bifocals, you may experience some difficulty at first, but it will likely pass in time.

It’s important to know what to expect and to learn how to get the most from your hearing instruments in different situations. You’ll need both willingness and patience to re-learn a new way of hearing. It helps to start slowly as well as to be consistent in using your new hearing aids.


I am completely satisfied with the service I have received from Monmouthshire Hearing Centre. Helen has been extremely helpful, and has gone to a lot of trouble, to ensure I get the best out of my hearing aids.
Mr C Price

I did not purchase my hearing aid from you – I do see you for regular checks and am very happy with the service I received. When my aid is due for replacement I will definitely use you. 
Annie Oakeley

The advice, help, customer service, that Monmouthshire Hearing Centre provide is impossible to improve on – it is excellent for all their customers.
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