Want to get a gift for someone who wears hearing aids? At Sravani Hearing Aid Clinic, our audiologists have rounded up a few functional gift ideas that can make your near and dear one’s daily routine a bit easier. Take a look.
Gift Them An Upgrade
Do they have a pair of hearing systems that isn’t working properly anymore? Or are they still stuck to analog hearing aids? The best thing that you can do for them is give them an upgrade. We have digital programmable hearing aids and invisible hearing aids from top brands including Phonak, Alps, Resound, Oticon and Interton. You can also choose something from our Bluetooth-enabled hearing devices, rechargeable hearing aids and more.
If you are confused and want to find the best gift, you can schedule an appointment with one of our hearing care specialists.
Functional Accessories To Make Life Fun
People with hearing loss usually like to spend more alone time, away from people. However, that doesn’t have to be the case as we have powerful hearing devices today that are not even visible. Moreover, you can make their life easier by giving them functional accessories, such as remote control or wireless mic and so on. We have a wide range of Phonak and Alps hearing aid accessories that you can check out.
Appointment With A Hearing Specialist
Most people dread having their ears checked by a specialist in fear of bad news. However, it is important to meet with a hearing professional as only they know which hearing device is the best. Also, if the hearing loss is detected early on, there might be a chance that the condition can be reversed. So, you can gift your loved one an appointment with Sravani Hearing Aid Clinic’s professional and experienced audiologist.
Do you need more ideas? Come to our hearing aid clinic in Kolkata. We are also a Phonak hearing aid service center and have all the necessary repair parts. Regardless of what your needs are, just give us a call. We are confident that we can help.
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