Your Guide To Choosing The Right Hearing Aid

Choosing the right hearing aid can be a tricky business, especially if this is a new experience for you. Today’s hearing aids come in all different shapes, sizes, colours and boast a multitude of new technologies, all of which can be very overwhelming.

In this blog we’ll give you some things to consider when you’re buying a hearing aid.

The first thing to consider might seem pretty obvious but it’s amazing how many of us would buy a two seater Boxster simply because of the Porsche logo momentarily forgetting we have children and partners, friends and clients that we regularly chauffer. As fast as this car goes, it’s not really going to do the job in the long run.

It’s essential that you take into account the kind of hearing loss you suffer from. Is it mild or severe? Your hearing loss is unique to you and it’s important that you understand your needs and what you require of your hearing device.

Do you need a hearing aid that can go the distance without needing a recharge? Is Bluetooth and being able to take calls on the go important to you? What about size or colour? Some people like to flaunt their devices while others prefer more subtle tech.

The fact remains there is a hearing aid to suit everyone, but finding that perfect match might takes a little self-reflection and some discussions with your audiologist.

One big consideration is your lifestyle.

Do you go out or stay in?

Are you more of a dinner and drinks person or do you prefer to spend your Friday nights watching TV at home?

If you prefer evenings out on the town you’ll find yourself exposed to a lot of background noise. If you’ve suffered with hearing loss for some time now you’ll know what we mean. Lots of indistinct chatter, glassware clinking, chairs scraping – essentially lots of noise and none of it clear.  For you the best type of hearing aid is one that reduces background noise and enhances speech to make sure you’re getting the most out of your lunch dates and dinner parties.

However if you’re someone who prefers a quiet night in with a book or a close conversation with a friend this particular feature might not be the most important one for you.

What about streaming?

Do you want to be able to listen to your music or TV directly from your hearing aids?

Do you often wonder if your hand is actually physically glued to your phone? If so there’s a good chance Bluetooth hearing aids are the devices for you. Hearing aids of the past often limited the wearer’s access to their personal audio devices. Many of today’s hearing devices offer Bluetooth connectivity to your phone, tablet, TV or any of your other favourite tech. Say goodbye to swapping out your hearing aids for earphones just so you can listen to your favourite music.

You can even manage your hearing aid from your smartphone. Today’s hearing aids aren’t just a one trick pony and they can do much more than amplify sound. You can access dozens of apps that will help to personalize your hearing aid experience.

What about sound?

Do you struggle to hear soft sounds?

When we begin to lose our hearing we don’t always notice it. Sounds like birds chirping, paper crackling and even the soft voices of children can be missed and we can be none the wiser. If you find yourself struggling with soft sounds you would benefit greatly from a hearing aid with a good capability to amplify those soft, ambient sounds.

Another thing to consider that we can sometimes forget is our work environment.

There’s a big difference between working at construction site and working in an office, or at least we hope there is – some offices might feel like you’re on a construction site! It’s paramount that when you are choosing a hearing aid you take into account your work situation. Do you need to reduce unwanted background noise exponentially? Do you need to capture soft sounds? Do you work in a lecture hall or theatre where having a good perception of acoustics is necessary? It might seem exhaustive but all these factors play a part in choosing the right hearing aid.

And finally, possibly the most important thing to consider is:

Where is my hearing most important to me?

Do you host large gatherings, go to religious services, regularly play sports or maybe you’re an avid sailor? It’s important to ask yourself what parts of your life are significant to your hearing journey as these are essential in choosing the right hearing aid for you.

The first step to treating your hearing loss is to make an appointment to see a specialist audiologist who will test your hearing. If a hearing loss is identified they will then clearly and thoroughly explain any treatment plans or options and will be there to help you navigate your journey to better hearing.

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Our top picks of the very latest in hearing aid technology!

2021 is proving to be a very exciting time in the world of hearing aids. The pace of technological advancement is incredible and seeks to offer patients superior sound quality, adjustability and wireless connectivity.

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World Health Day

Are you listening?

We’re all guilty of it.

We’ve all got wrapped up in the manic hustle and bustle of our daily lives so much so that we forget to stop and check in with ourselves. We’ve ignored that pain in our lower back that tells us we should take things easier. We brush off the bags under our eyes and promise ourselves we’ll get more sleep tonight.

But what about the things we can’t see?

What about when you pick up the phone and see ‘2 missed calls’ even though you never heard the phone ring. Or when your daughter walks into the kitchen in a huff because she was calling you from upstairs for ‘ages’. These are the little signs that we tend to ignore, yet they are clues that our hearing may need to be checked.

While we are often aware of the direct implications of hearing loss such as missed calls or irate children, it is the hidden mental battles that can be the most debilitating. Some people with hearing loss are aware there’s a problem, but are scared face the issue for fear they become a burden to their family and friends. These people tend to be the ones most affected by the mental toll of hearing loss.

They can be plagued by feelings of frustration, worthlessness and even isolation. It’s that once bubbly friend who is now quiet and reclusive or your golf partner who hasn’t missed a game in twenty years and is suddenly finding excuses to cancel.

When our friends or family are under the weather we are the first to recommend they see a doctor, yet when it is ourselves we attempt to power through it. ‘It’ll be better in the morning’ we say and ignore the fact that our body is telling us something is wrong and we need to listen.

There are solutions to hearing loss, there are specialists and treatments and all manner of routes you can take but the most important step on anyone’s hearing journey is acceptance, and the easiest way to accept hearing loss is to have a support system ready to help you through it.

This World Health Day make sure you are checking in with the people in your life who mean the most to you. Keep an eye out for signs they may be struggling with their hearing and make sure you are there to lend a supportive shoulder, listen to their worries and frustrations or even open up about your own fears.

Book a free, no obligation hearing consultation with one of our specialists today and put your worries to rest.

The Role Of The Grandparent - Don't Let The Little Things Become Big Things

 The role of a grandparent is made up of the ‘little things’. Things like the first time your grandson won’t settle until ‘Gran sits with me’ or when your granddaughter simply must tell you every tiny detail about what happened in Peppa Pig this week. Whether you’re reading them a bedtime story or explaining why they really can’t run with scissors- no matter how many times they’ve seen Daddy do it- a prominent aspect of these interactions is conversation. 

Children are famed for their inquisitive nature. 

  • ‘What is this?’ 
  • ‘Can I have that?’
  • ‘What does this do?’
  • And the dreaded ‘What are you eating?’

Questions that are adorable and although we wouldn’t change a thing, at times, draining. This is even truer if you suffer from hearing loss. 

Are you consistently asking your grandchild to ‘speak up’? Do they mumble? It may not be them, but rather your hearing. Children tend to have higher pitch and softer voices than adults. This can make it harder for people experiencing hearing loss to understand what they are saying and feel as if they are constantly mumbling. 

As your hearing loss progresses unchecked you may find it begins to take a toll on the relationships in your life. The frustration of misunderstanding what people are saying or even missing conversations entirely can lead to feelings of hopelessness and isolation. 

It’s important to realise there is a solution and even better, there is prevention. From the age of 60 it is important to get your ears checked annually and to monitor any signs of change in your hearing. Are you asking others to repeat themselves often? Are you turning up the volume of the TV to glass shattering levels? If this sounds like you, it might be time to see a professional. A free, no obligation hearing consultation with a specialist audiologist may be the answer to all your problems. Well not all of them but the ones affecting your ears? Definitely. 

In our clinic we have seen countless patients walk in brimming with frustration and despair. Hearing loss has affected their lives to the point they feel disconnected from their family. Milestones and moments they wish to be a part of have become isolating and disheartening. 

One of the greatest experiences as an audiologist is watching the light return to our patient’s eyes as they hear their grandchild’s laugh as clear as day for the first time in years. Or when they pick up the phone and take part in a conversation with barely a lull in conversation. 

Taking care of their hearing gave them years of the lives back and you can have that too. 

Get your hearing checked today and make sure you don’t miss a chance to stop those cheeky grandchildren in their tracks with the words; ‘If you don’t stop that, I’ll tell your mother.” 

Your Hearing Aid Reassessment

IF you’ve reached the point in your hearing loss journey where it’s time for your three year reassessment you’ve probably done all the right things to treat your hearing loss.

The most important thing you did was you realized there was an issue in the first place. Maybe a loved one gave you a little nudge or you became tired of the frustration of hearing loss. You visited an audiologist and you got your hearing tested. In a much more simplified version of your journey to a better quality of life – you got hearing aids.

Now, you probably know just as much as we do that it takes a bit of testing out different hearing aids and fiddling with the devices to make sure they are tuned exactly to your needs. We even ensure your devices are tuned exactly to your life, whether that’s your job, your family or your hobbies. These devices much like your hearing loss are unique to you.

We hope that your hearing aids have given you a new lease of life and that you haven’t looked back since that day you walked out of the clinic amazed at your new found hearing. However, with all devices, tech and even hearing problems, it’s important that you get reassessed every few years to make sure you’re getting the best you deserve and to reassess your needs.

If it’s been a while since you visited an audiologist for a checkup or you’re having an issue with your hearing aids that you’ve avoided getting checked now is your sign. Book an appointment with a specialist or call us today on 0333 320 7788.

Signs of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a gradual process, it will sneak up on you and before you know it you’re asking friends to repeat themselves and turning up the TV until family members are cringing at the volume. You are not alone. Hearing Loss is the 3rd most common health condition among adults and about 1 in 5 of us will experience hearing loss at varying degrees.

It’s important that you get you get your ears checked every few years and annually from the age of 60. If you start to notice signs of hearing loss visit an audiologist as soon as you can. Don’t ignore the problem as it has the potential to get worse and lessen your chance of successful treatment. On average someone with hearing loss waits 7 – 10 years before getting checked! Unfortunately this can mean permanent untreatable loss and a risk to your quality of life.

You deserve to fully experience all life has to offer and those special moments that make your world spin. Is it hearing your grandchild laugh for the first time? Or maybe it’s that first hint of spring and the birds singing in perfect harmony. Whatever it is, don’t risk losing it, keep an eye out for signs of hearing loss and visit your audiologist if you are worried.

Signs of Hearing Loss


We’ve all been there. You meet someone for the first time and as you’re introduced to them you miss their name, so you ask again and sometimes again until it gets to the point that you still haven’t heard it correctly but you’re too embarrassed to continue asking. You smile and move the conversation on, but you feel at a loss.

This is a usually where people first start to dismiss their hearing loss. ‘Everyone misses words every now and then’, ‘Why don’t they speak up’ or maybe you remove yourself completely from the conversation out of frustration. A tactic that can very quickly lead to isolation and feeling lost.

If your friends and family are becoming irritated by you asking them to repeat what they have said, or they think you’re not listening to them, it’s wise to get your hearing checked out.


Do you find yourself straining to hear the news? Inching the volume up bit by bit until someone complains? If so it’s probably time to see a specialist.

Don’t ignore that voice telling you this isn’t normal. You’d be amazed at the amount of people who sacrifice their hearing quality with a casual ‘it isn’t that bad’ – don’t let that be you.


Have you recently increased the ringer on your phone or the volume so you can hear the other person better? Is a once exciting weekly phone call, turning into a lesson in patience and frustration? A phone call is a simple social interaction that shouldn’t be a difficult endeavor. Take this seriously as a possible sign of hearing loss.


Many social gatherings involve large groups making a lot of noise. People shout over one another to be the loudest, the room almost seems to vibrate with sound and at the best of times we might struggle to hear. What about the conversation with the person next to you or the friend sitting across the table? Hearing loss at a close range is definitely something we should be aware of and not brush off as a result of our surroundings. Have you ever felt completely isolated on an evening out with friends, unable to join the conversation or even follow it at times? Have you ever left early because of this?

Take your life into your own hands and reach out to an audiologist today, the route to a more fulfilling life is only a few clicks away.

Our top picks of the very latest in hearing aid technology!

2021 is proving to be a very exciting time in the world of hearing aids. The pace of technological advancement is incredible and seeks to offer patients superior sound quality, adjustability and wireless connectivity.

Our expert panel of audiologists have been working with the World’s leading manufacturers and have hands on experience of fitting thousands of the very latest hearing aids – here is their top picks across some of the key categories:

Best Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Things to consider: iPhone streaming, android streaming, Laptop streaming, pairing process, multi device connections.

Discover The Best Bluetooth Hearing Aid(s)

Best Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Things to consider: Fastest charge, longest charge, replaceable batteries, quality charging cases, charge on the go?

Discover The Best Rechargeable Hearing Aid(s)

Best Invisible Hearing Aids

Things to consider: Invisibility, Versatility, Reliability, Comfort.

Discover The Best Invisible Hearing Aid(s)

Best Hearing Aids for Tinnitus

Things to consider: Range of therapy sounds, adjustability through app, ease of use within the computer software to target and treat tinnitus.

Discover The Best Hearing Aid(s) For Tinnitus

Best Bluetooth Hearing Aids Winner:

Phonak Paradise

Things to consider: iPhone streaming, android streaming, Laptop streaming, pairing process, multi device connections.

Do you need a hearing aid that can connect wirelessly to your iPhone, your android smartphone, or any of your other favourite tech? Look no further than a Bluetooth hearing aid that will connect wirelessly to all your devices to enhance sound clarity and quality wherever you are.

Runner up – Phonak Marvel. 

The original ‘made for any phone’ hearing aids. Available in all styles from in the canal to super power behind the ear. These were truly game changing and are very easy for the patient to use.

Best Rechargeable Hearing Aids Winner:

ReSound One

Things to consider: Fastest charge, longest charge, replaceable batteries, quality charging cases, charge on the go?

The ReSound One was launched in August 2020 and quickly rose to fame with the longest operating time on a single charge – an astonishing 30 hours. This was 20% more than any other hearing aid on the market.

The premium charger also allows a recharge 2-3 times away from a wall socket so in theory it could power the user for nearly a week (based on 10 hours use a day). It’s a sleek but rugged design and is an impressively engineered unit.

Reliability has proven to be very good so far and sound quality is on a par with the very best available.

The ReSound app also allows users a tremendous range of options to fine tune and tailor the sound to their preference.

Runner up – Starkey Livio.

Offering a full range of in the ear and over the ear rechargeable hearing aids. These stand out as being excellent for patients who want in the ear solutions but struggle with changing batteries.

Best Invisible Hearing Aids Winner:

Phonak Titanium

Things to consider: Invisibility, Versatility, Reliability, Comfort.

Made with a titanium shell which is ultra-light, ultra-thin and very comfortable in the ear. The Titanium comes in two versions, the m70 and m90, boasting extremely sophisticated microprocessors which allow audiologists to accurately tune and adjust amplification to suit a very wide range of hearing loss types.

After a recent update to the wax filter system, the reliability of the Titanium significantly improved.

Whilst there is one other hearing aid that is smaller than the Titanium – the Lyric – the Titanium can be easily removed from the ear without the use of specialised equipment and does not require an audiologist to place it in the canal.

The Titanium is a truly superb IIC (Invisible in the Canal) hearing aid.

Runner up – Phonak Lyric.

The world’s only truly invisible extended wear hearing aid. Now onto the 4th generation of Lyric, users report a tremendous sense of freedom from their hearing loss as they can go to sleep, and wake up, hearing.

Best Hearing Aids For Tinnitus Winner:

Widex Moment

Things to consider: Range of therapy sounds, adjustability through app, ease of use within the computer software to target and treat tinnitus.

Widex pioneered tinnitus relief with the introduction of Zen in 2012 by using a holistic approach to tinnitus treatment. The Widex team work closely with audiologists to not just mask tinnitus but to offer a suite of counselling tools which incorporate counselling, amplification, fractal tones (Zen) and relaxation.

The solutions offered by Widex have been regarded as first class for many years and the attention to detail is clear in their intuitive and well-designed software – both the audiologists and patients benefit from the Widex expertise which takes a very difficult problem and produces simple to operate and highly effective solutions.

Runner up – Signia Nx.

Signia are renowned for producing excellent hearing aids and their latest offering, the Nx range does not disappoint. With some of the very latest research directing the tinnitus treatment within the NX range – a specific technique called notch therapy – many patients find great relief of their tinnitus problems.

Audiologist Note:

It’s important to note that with all large purchases it is well worth taking the time to research the market thoroughly to assess and discover what hearing aids will work best for your specific needs.

Finding a trustworthy, reputable and technically skilled audiologist(s) makes a huge difference to the success you will achieve. The audiologist should know the market well and be able to quickly filter out solutions that won’t do the job, leading you to the correct solutions and then ensuring they perform as they should.

If you have any questions about hearing aids we are here to help and offer you unbiased information on all of the latest hearing aids from the best manufacturers.

Feel free to get in touch and we will help you to avoid making costly mistakes and wasting valuable time.

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Ear Wax Removal Made Easy

We all know what ear wax is: that gooey build up that hides out in our ears.

Do we all know about the role ear wax plays? Ear wax and the tiny hairs in our ears trap dust, dead skin and other foreign particles that could potentially lead to damage or ear infections. So while we do need some ear wax, there’s a limit to the amount and when we have too much of a build-up we can start to see some not so good side effects.

One of the most common side effects of an accumulation of ear wax is hearing loss, which is why when you visit an audiologist our first port of call is check out your ears and assess whether wax is causing your hearing loss – if it is, we have a sure fire, safe way to help.

At the Hearing Clinic UK we use a specialised technique called Microsuction.

Microsuction is the safest, most comfortable and effective treatment for wax build up. (It’s the same treatment that Ear Nose and Throat consultants use to clean out post-operated ears). Your audiologist will use a microscope, which will provide a clear, magnified view of the ear canal and allow for safe, precise wax removal. They will then use a low pressure suction device to safely remove any wax or obstructions from the ear.

Microsuction is a far superior form of ear wax removal compared to the traditional practice of syringing. The NHS, as well as The Hearing Clinic UK, agree that syringing is not only ineffective in certain cases, but can be unsafe as well. Forcing water into ears under pressure can upset delicate structures, induce vertigo or even perforate eardrums creating lasting damage. Many tests have concluded that Microsuction Ear Wax Removal is better than ear syringing for clearing ear wax.

Cotton buds are certainly not recommended as they often push wax further into the ear canal and this build up can become stuck against the eardrum making it very difficult to remove.

The Microsuction removal treatment is also a far more gentle procedure than other types of ear wax removal and you can come back far more regularly for treatment. This revolutionary ear wax removal technique only requires drops to be inserted into the ear the night before.

So if you are experience unresolved hearing loss, itchy ears, pain or even ringing in the ear (Tinnitus) make sure to give our team a call today on 0333 320 7788 for a priority appointment.

Microsuction Wax Removal appointments cost £60 for both ears and includes a full hearing healthcheck.

What does Mum mean to you?

A mother can come in many different forms and take on many different roles.

She might be the woman who gave birth to you and shares a genetic connection or maybe it’s the woman who raised and molded you into the person you are today – without the threads of genetics. It could even be the lady who took you under her wing when you first started that job and 6 years later you never miss a Sunday dinner.

At the Hearing Clinic UK we often see the mother and child relationship played out in different ways. We see nieces supporting their aunt at her first consultation, when she is finally ready to take the step towards a better quality of life. We see neighbours, who have always counted on the kindness next door, crack jokes in an effort to lighten the mood of what can be an anxious time. We’ve even seen grandsons crow at the possibilities of today’s hearing aids, Bluetooth? No way!

All of these encounters have one thing in common:  a reciprocation of the care that our mother figures have always shown us.

For many people their mum is a support system that never fails, she celebrates your triumphs and holds your hand through the losses. We view our mother’s as invincible, a caregiver who puts our needs above her own and never complains. For most people a simple phone call to their mum is all it takes to put their mind at ease, her voice a balm to their nerves. Now imagine for just one second, if you couldn’t hear that voice.

Hearing Loss and the depth of the problem can creep up on you, one day you miss a few words but take no notice and then suddenly you’re finding whole conversations difficult to grasp. In our clinics we often see people years after they first noticed their hearing had changed. They usually tell us they didn’t want to cause a fuss, that they were embarrassed and over time it became second nature to remove themselves from situations.

If there was one thing we could tell those people who worry what others might think or that they’re a burden to their loved ones it’s to not waste years of your life wishing things were different. The hard truth is you can’t get those years back and sometimes you can’t get your hearing back. Unfortunately we’ve sat with mothers and their children and had to explain the harrowing news that the damage is irreparable and there is nothing we can do. We’ve seen loved ones devastated that they didn’t push their mum to come sooner when they noticed the signs.

We implore you not to let that be the outcome, check on your mum’s hearing this mother’s day and keep an eye out for signs of hearing loss:

We might always need our mum’s but as they get older they need us too and sometimes all it takes is a little nudge in the right direction. At the Hearing Clinic UK we always recommend our clients come to their appointments with support so why not gift your mum our *pamper package this Mother’s Day and be there on her journey to a new lease of life.

Click Here To Book Now Using Coupon Code 'PAMPER'

Please Quote ‘Pamper Package’ when calling the clinic or use code ‘PAMPER’ when booking through our online system. (Appointments using the pamper package discount must be booked by the 19th of March and take place within the next three months”)

*Pamper package includes a hearing health check with an audiologist and our Microsuction wax removal treatment normally £60, but for one week only we are offering it at £30!

Today’s Hi-Tech Hearing Aids are comfortable, discreet, user-friendly that will help you in every aspect of your life.

Hearing loss impacts everyone. You’re not alone.

We’ve all been there.

We’ve all sat in a crowded room, surrounded by friends and family, everyone fighting to be the loudest, to get the last laugh, to be part of the fun. We’ve all looked at the person next to us and said the words “I can’t hear a word you’re saying” and we’ve laughed, because the moment will pass, the room will quieten and we will forget that we ever struggled to chat with our friends.

Today’s Hi-Tech Hearing Aids are comfortable, discreet, user-friendly that will help you in every aspect of your life.

For some people that moment feels like it might never end. For these people hearing loss is the least funny thing in the world because it is their whole world. If you are experiencing hearing loss you might feel like no one understands what you’re going through. Maybe you feel alone, frustrated and overwhelmed at the idea that things will never get better.

At The Hearing Clinic UK, we want to let you know that these worries are simply not true. Hearing loss affects everyone around you, especially those who care about you. Your friends notice when your usual witty retorts go unsaid and your partner sees your struggle to interact with your grandkids – these people would do anything to help you, so why not help yourself?

Book your free consultation with one of our specialists and start your journey to better hearing today, not just for you but for the ones you love. If you need a bit more incentive why not take a look at some of our client testimonials and see firsthand the new lease of life you could experience.

The Hearing Clinic UK are able to assist you with your hearing issues during this lockdown period

The Hearing Clinic Is Here For You During This Difficult Time

Updated 03/03/2021

From speaking to our patients that have visited our clinics recently, we are acutely aware that being open and available to help you and our wider community is more important than ever.

Our clinics have been open throughout this recent lockdown, and continue to be open to help our most at need patients as we move into the spring. Due to exceptional demand, we are pleased to be able to offer our valued clients more options for face to face consultations at our St Vincent Place Glasgow clinic, our clinic in central Edinburgh, our clinic in Stirling and our new clinic in Milngavie.

Our priority clinics are open for all types of hearing related issues, following strict Covid-19 protocols. We are ready to help you with any hearing needs you may have, from wax removal, to a hearing check or indeed a necessary hearing aid repair.

If you have recently tried to book online and there wasn’t any availability, we now have more appointments available. If you require an appointment please book your priority appointment below:

As spaces will initially be limited we will be prioritising appointments to ensure the most urgent requests can be resolved the quickest and the most vulnerable patients can be seen in the safest manner possible.

Please note some clinics are open only on selected days, and will operate to the highest possible Covid-19 secure standards to ensure your safety and wellbeing.

We do request that you arrive at your appointed time and not too early as we are aiming to minimise the numbers of patients in the waiting areas as much as possible.

These will be prioritised as:

  1. Hearing Device Patients – Urgent hearing device servicing, breakdown, or repair.

  2. Hearing Device Wearers – Microsuction ear wax removal, hearing assessments, hearing aid fitting, follow up appointments or hearing aid retuning.

  3. Non Hearing Device Wearers – Hearing assessments.

  4. Non Hearing Device Wearers – Microsuction ear wax removal.

If you would like to book an appointment with us.

Spaces are limited, and we are prioritising appointments to ensure the most urgent requests can be resolved the quickest and the most vulnerable patients can be seen in the safest manner possible.

By Telephone: Call our friendly booking team on 0333 320 7788.

By Email: Reply to this email with your requirements, and our friendly team will help get you booked into one of our clinics as soon as is possible for you.

Book Online: Reserve your appointment online today. This appointment will be provisional, and will need to be confirmed by our booking team prior to you attending your appointment. Click here to book.

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our clinics very soon.

Kind Regards,

Chris Stone
Managing Director – The Hearing Clinic UK