With the help of London’s largest audiology clinic, you can get the best hearing aids for your personal needs. For over 25 years we have been conveniently located at our hearing clinic in London.
Unlike many high street chains, we carefully choose from hearing technology made by every manufacturer. This is to ensure you can wear hearing aids personalised to you, helping to enhance your day to day life. The best hearing aids in London are designed to suit all situations. We help improve your hearing at home, in the workplace or at busy social events.
With advancements in hearing technology, we help enhance your quality of life. Reduce stress and anxiety in social situations and hear like never before. With the help of advanced hearing aids, the world becomes a lot clearer.
Consultations for Hearing Aids in the UK
With advanced technology available, we achieve outstanding results. Bespoke to your personal needs we offer many exceptional products. From discreet hearing aids to completely invisible models, we’ll work with you to provide the best hearing aids in London.
Make the change today. Book a hearing assessment in the comfort of our clinic with one of our highly trained clinical audiologists. We will test your hearing and discuss your requirements and lifestyle. By creating a bespoke plan to equip you with the best hearing aids we can take the best course of action for you.
Here, we test out different real-life scenarios to suitably programme your new hearing technology. Providing you with instructions for use, you will be using your new hearing aids in no time.
Following your visit, we will be here to provide you with ongoing support. The cost of hearing aids includes the necessary adjustments and fine-tuning. Additionally, complimentary annual reviews for the lifetime of your hearing aids are included. We check in with you to ensure the hearing aids are meeting your requirements, on hand for any cleaning or repairs.
Choosing the Right Hearing Aids For You
With many types of hearing aids available, choosing can be overwhelming. Following your initial consultation, the most appropriate hearing aids for you will be recommended. This is so you can make an informed decision based on our clinical audiologists’ advice. In fact, there are many types of hearing aids that are available to you.
The advanced technology of Lyric and IIC (Invisible in the Ear) hearing aids take technology to new levels. We offer a range of invisible hearing aids that fit completely inside the ear. This means no-one will ever know you are wearing them.
Lyric hearing aids are a revolutionary piece of hearing technology. Placed deep in the ear canal, they can be worn continuously for up to 3 months.
For removable hearing aids which have a discreet, natural-looking appearance, try ITE (In the Ear) models. These are suitable for mild to severe hearing loss. Similarly, Micro OTE (Over the Ear) hearing aids have a discreet appearance. This is thanks to their ergonomic design. Sitting behind the ear, they offer incredible clarity with a lightweight, easy to remove body.
Similarly, BTE (Behind the Ear) models provide a great deal of volume. They can benefit those suffering from all degrees of hearing loss. The addition of wireless technology makes them ideal for situations like the workplace.
If you struggle with sight and hearing, our hearing glasses offer an all-in-one solution. Combining sound and vision, these unique hearing aids can be created in line with your existing sight prescription.
Cost of Hearing Aids
Tailoring our approach, we provide each and every visitor to our clinic with the best hearing aids. Although the cost of hearing aids in the UK will differ from person to person, this will depend on the model, the level of technology chosen, and finally your available budget.
If you are looking to speak to an expert to get an idea of the price you may be looking at, give us a call on 020 7486 1053
Find the Best Hearing Aids in London
Although many visit our audiology clinic in London, they wish they had visited sooner. We help you to find the perfect hearing aids for your needs and lifestyle, to help you function to the best of your hearing ability. In making everyday life that little bit easier, we take pride in helping you live your life to the full. As an independent audiology clinic, our number one priority is ensuring that we match you with the best hearing aids. With a wide variety of manufacturers available, we are able to offer bespoke solutions in accordance with your individual needs.
Selecting your new hearing aids is only the beginning. Next, we want to ensure that you reach their maximum potential. We will see you until you are comfortable with your chosen hearing aid model, making any appropriate adjustments for you. Our team are trained on the latest software and are knowledgeable about the newest models, so we can help you thrive, getting the most out of the best hearing aids in London.
Finally, f you would like to book an appointment at our audiology clinic, contact us today to get booked in on a day that suits you. Alternatively, if you have any questions or would like to discuss the process before you visit us, do not hesitate to give us a call on 020 7486 1053 . We are here to offer you expert advice, helping you achieve the very best from your choice of hearing aids in the UK.
HEARING AIDS FAQ’s
1 Why does my hearing aid whistle?
Wax is normally caused by one of two things. Either wax in the ear canal, or an earmould that isn’t quite fitted correctly. Both of which cause amplified sound to leak out of the ear canal and to be picked up by the hearing aid. There’s not a lot that you can do at home so if you experience whistling we would advise you to book in with one of our audiologists to assess the issue.
2 How long should the battery last?
This all depends on the hearing aids and the batteries that they use:
- Invisible in canal (IIC) size 10 hearing aid batteries: 3-5 days
- Receiver in the ear (RITE) size 312 hearing aid batteries: 5-10 days
- Behind the ear (BTE) size 13 hearing aid batteries: 7-10 days
- Phonak Lyric extended wear hearing aid: 2-3 months
3 How long does a rechargeable hearing aid last with a full charge?
A full charge takes 3 hours and will provide you a full 24 hours’ worth of battery life. If you forget to charge them, a quick 30 minutes of charging will provide you with 6 hours of battery life.
4 What should I do if there is no sound coming from my hearing aid?
First and foremost change the battery, followed by the wax filter if it still doesn’t come to life. If it still doesn’t work then call the practice and we will be able to advise you on the next steps, which would most likely be to book you in to see one of our audiologists to diagnose any issues with your hearing aid. If it can’t be repaired in clinic we may have to send it off to the manufacturers for repair, and we will loan you a hearing aid in the meantime.
5 What should I do if my hearing aid gets wet?
Most hearing aids are water resistant but not water proof. So if your hearing aid does get wet we recommend placing it in a drying kit to allow the moisture to dry out. If this is to no avail come by the practice and we will organise a repair and loan hearing aid.
6 Where can I get hearing aid batteries from?
With Harley Street Hearing, part of your aftercare is a two years’ supply of batteries. Following this, you can purchase them through us. The batteries are universally colour coded, so if you are abroad you should be able to locate some wherever you are based.
7 Are hearing aid batteries recyclable?
They are, and we would advise these to be recycled as you would ordinary batteries in the battery recycle bins you often find at supermarkets. Alternatively, you can drop these into us and we can recycle them for you.
8 How do I put my hearing aids in?
Your audiologist will go through the insertion process during your hearing aid fitting appointment, depending on your type of hearing aid, and this will be practiced at length within this appointment until you are confident with inserting the hearing aids yourself.
9 How do I use the phone or TV with hearing aids?
Your audiologist will show you the most appropriate way to watch the television with your hearing aids. Some hearing aids have Bluetooth connectivity and it is possible to stream sound from you telephone or television to your hearing aids.
10 What is the difference between the different levels of technology?
Hearing aids come in various different technology levels, which revolve around the clarity that the hearing aids can provide, how well they cope in background noise, and the degree of automation that the hearing aids have. Your audiologist will go into detail on the ones that they feel are most appropriate based on your lifestyle and hearing test results.
11 Should I get hearing aids with batteries or rechargeable options, what are the benefits of each?
Rechargeable options are often preferable for dexterity and ease, as well as from a cost perspective. They are often slightly larger in size however, albeit marginally so. As well as this there are currently no invisible in the ear devices that come in a rechargeable option, therefore this is something to bear in mind when discussing styles of hearing aids with your audiologist.