Step 3: Using Your Hearing Aid - Pindrop Hearing

We recommend that you begin testing your hearing aids in situations where you feel comfortable, for example when you’re talking to family or watching TV. We also recommend that you start wearing them for short periods of time and gradually build up. Of course, once you have got used to your hearing aids, you can wear them all the time

What will change?

Speech, music and television will all sound louder, sharper and clearer. Consonants such as ‘s’, ‘t’ and ‘ch’ will sound more defined. You may now hear sounds around you that were inaudible or very quiet, such as footsteps on wooden floors, ticking clocks and bird song. Your own voice will also sound different.

You’ll quickly get an idea of how much your hearing aids are helping you and if any adjustments need to be made.

Hearing Aid Manufacturers

At Pindrop Hearing w e are authorised independent providers for all of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers.


Pindrop Hearing are members of multiple professional bodies and associations within Audiology.

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Harley Street

41 Harley Street,
London W1G 8QH
0207 487 2660

Winchmore Hill

748 Green Lanes, Winchmore Hill, London N21 3RE
0208 360 2510

Chelsea Outpatients Centre

280 Kings Road Chelsea,
London SW3 5AW

Spire Bushey Hospital

Healthbourne Road, Bushey
Herts, WD23 1RD

Pindrop Hearing Limited is registered in England and Wales No 05909296 Trading address 41 Harley Street, London, W1G8QH. Pindrop Hearing Limited acts as a credit broker and only offers credit products from Duologi.

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