Hearing Aid Batteries

Hearing batteries have always been one of the frustrating parts of wearing hearing aids.

Thanks to technological improvements in both hearing aid and battery technology, those frustrations are virtually eliminated.

The Latest in Physical Batteries

If your device uses traditional hearing aid batteries, Allison Audiology carries the same standard hearing aid battery sizes from the smallest size 10, 312, 13, to the largest 675 by brand name manufacturer Rayovac.

To ensure our batteries are not aging on the shelf, we place smaller, more frequent orders to help guarantee that the batteries we provide for you are fresh and fully charged when you take them home.

Hearing aid batteries 10, 312, 13 at Allison Audiology Houston, TX

The Future Is Rechargeable

The low-battery tune that your device plays when it’s about to run out of power has always been a source of frustration, especially if you don’t have an extra set of batteries handy. That problem can become a thing of the past thanks to the latest lithium-ion rechargeable hearing aids.

A simple 3-hour charge (usually while you sleep) provides enough power to keep your hearing device running all day, making the need to carry extra batteries a worry you don’t have to deal with.

Contact the Allison Audiology and Hearing Aid Center in Houston for information on how to get batteries regularly or for a one-time purchase.

Dr. Tracey Castillo and Madelyn were life savers. We were visiting from Illinois and had an emergency. My daughter was unable to charge her hearing aids. We called her office while still at the airport and she was able to see us right away and address the problems. My daughter had a wonderful birthday weekend because of their efforts. They also ordered a new charger sent to our home.
– Kym S.

The staff are very efficient, friendly and professional. My needs were addressed promptly taken care of. Excellent!
– Billy T.

Great care and service! They gladly swapped out my trial hearing aids for a pair that worked better for me and made the process easy and carefree! Highly personal and professional audiologists!
– J.R.

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