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  • Writer's pictureChris Maher

Hearing Aid Tubing

Have you replaced the tubing in your hearing aids recently? How about ever?


It is strongly suggested that hearing aid tubing be replaced every four to six months. The natural oils from your skin cause the tubing to become stiff and shrink, which can lead to the ear mold becoming loose and, in some cases, falling off. It also can create some discomfort on the ear, and the sound quality your hearing aids provide will begin to degrade.


While this may sound serious and technical, the maintenance itself is quite simple - and it is something Healthy Hearing Now can easily help you with.


If you are within the recommended window for tubing replacement, or aren’t sure how long it’s been, please give us a call at (757) 431-1999 to make an appointment. We’ll have you in and out in no time!




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