If you’re looking for the most comprehensive hearing health care in and around Charlotte, NC, look no further than Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. (CEENTA). Since 1984, our audiology department has helped hearing-impaired patients improve ease of communication through the use of technology. Our talented audiologists are committed to working with you to select hearing aids that suit your lifestyle and improve your quality of life.

Please contact our Charlotte audiology department at (704) 295-3300 to see if we carry the batteries for your hearing aid.

Hearing Aid Batteries

CEENTA offers the most the advanced and cutting-edge hearing aid technology. The latest features of modern hearing aids include direct connectivity to smartphones and devices with rechargeable batteries. In addition to being a premier clinic in Charlotte for hearing aids, our audiology departments also offer a variety of bone-anchored hearing systems, cochlear implants, and a range of accessories and assistive listening devices.

Batteries for hearing aids come in a variety of sizes, types and brands. Manufacturers of hearing aid batteries have now color-coded their packaging to make finding your battery easier than ever.

  • Size 5 hearing aid batteries are red
  • Size 10 or Size 230 hearing aid batteries are yellow
  • Size 13 hearing aid batteries are orange
  • Size 312 hearing aid batteries are brown
  • Size 675 hearing aid batteries are blue

Most hearing aid batteries are “zinc air batteries,” which are not activated until you pull off the colored tab. Hearing aid battery life depends on the size of the batteries and how much you use the hearing aid. To get the most life from your batteries, remember to open the door when you aren’t wearing your hearing aid. Change the battery when it goes dead or when you hear a low battery warning, and always keep spare batteries with you.

Battery warning: Hearing aid batteries are hazardous if ingested. Keep batteries out of reach of children or animals. Do not store batteries with your medications. If accidentally ingested, please call your primary physician immediately or call the National Battery Ingestion Hotline at 202-625-3333.

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