Hidden Hearing Scotland

Welcome to Hidden Hearing Scotland

Hidden Hearing started as a family business and have served Scotland since 1968. Father and son David and Norrie Howie work at the Dundee clinic together, keeping the family tradition alive.

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Hidden Hearing hearing centres across the UK
50 clinics
across Scotland

3 easy steps to better hearing

Recognise the signs of hearing loss
1. Do you know the signs of hearing loss?
Get an idea of your hearing ability by taking an online hearing test.
Signs of hearing loss
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2. Book a FREE hearing test today
Call us on 0800 0372 080 or you could request an appointment online.
Book a free hearing test
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3. What happens at a hearing test?
If your hearing’s not quite as good as it could be, we’ll discuss your treatment options.
What to expect
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Try for 60 risk-free days

Wide range of hearing aid models available – Cutting-edge technology  – 60-day money-back guarantee
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Experience Hidden Hearing aids for 60 risk-free days

We know that everyone’s hearing problems are individual, so your hearing solution will be too.

There’s no ‘one size fits all’ hearing aid and we want to make sure that yours is tailored to you and your personal hearing needs.

That’s why we offer you a 60-day money-back guarantee. You can try out your hearing aids from Hidden Hearing for 60 days and if you’re not 100% happy with the improvement your aids are making to your hearing, you can return them for a full refund.

Experience Hidden Hearing hearing aids for 60 risk-free days

It’s important you’re happy with your hearing aids in all listening environments, whether you’re chatting to friends on the phone, or in a busy restaurant, or just simply watching a bit of TV. We want to give you the best opportunity to use your hearing aids to match your usual lifestyle. And 60 days is plenty of time for you to make sure that they’re right for you.

Life is worth hearing

Do you struggle to hear at the dinner table? Don’t miss out on the things that matter most to you.

Take an online hearing test

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A man is putting a platter of food on a table at a dinner party. 
 Sound of the cork popping.  Zoom in on a bottle being uncorked.
Sound of wine being poured.  Zoom in on the bottle of wine being poured into a wine glass. 
 Sound of crisps rustling. Zoom in on hand taking a crisp from a bowl. 
 Sound of crisps crunching. Man is eating crisps.
 Sound of water being poured into a glass. A young woman is pouring a glass of water for an older woman.
 Sound of laughter. People round the table are talking and laughing.
 Sounds are muted. There’s a high-pitched ringing. The ‘mute’ icon appears on screen. Focus on a middle-aged lady. She is looking into the distance while everyone else talking.
 The cork pops out of a bottle. People cheer. A man pours sparkling wine into people’s glasses.
 Sound of laughter and conversation. People are smiling and talking.
 Sound of glasses clinking. Zoom in on glasses being raised in toast.

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Find a hearing centre near you

We have over 50 hearing centres and clinics in Scotland so you can contact your local hearing care expert today. Hearing connects us to the world and by taking that first step towards better hearing, you could enjoy a better quality of life.

Find a hearing centre

Hidden Hearing Southampton

Frequently asked questions

Sandra Pierce

Sandra’s life changed for the better once she found the right solution for her hearing loss. See how she wishes she had acted sooner.

Read her full story here

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My hearing loss came when I was 38, it was quite a shock really. Sandra is walking through a reception area.
My husband at the time kept saying to me, “I’m talking to you, you’re not listening to me.” Sandra is shown sitting against a wall with a flowered pattern. She looks into the camera and is laughing.
And it started off as a mild hearing loss but in the last 20 years now it’s literally gone like that [motions a steep decline with hand]. I wanted to train to be a teacher. I’d gone back to do an IT access course. I couldn’t hear what the teacher when they were writing, when he had his back to me writing on the board, or any of the students in front of me, so I had to change tack.

It affected my family life, I think… the children – especially my middle son, he’s got such a soft voice. One of the things I used to despair at more than anything was when you had to ask them to repeat themselves and they’d say, “It’s alright Mum, it’s fine, doesn’t matter.” Well it does matter, you do want to be part of their conversation and I used to find that very upsetting. I’ve done a lot of nodding in the right places and sometimes you get caught out because it doesn’t always work.

I wanted to go to a networking meeting, but the thought of doing… They used to do these “you have to talk about yourself for a minute”. I couldn’t make out what the lady was asking me in front.
Sandra is now sitting on a sofa in a grand reception room while she is talking to us.
I thought: “there’s got to be something better out there that can help me,” and that’s where I discovered Hidden Hearing. Sandra is engaging lively conversation. She is sitting across a table from another lady in a dining room.
I think the service and support that I’ve got from Hidden Hearing has been first class, explaining why you should wear you hearing aids every day, and they check to make sure you’re getting on with them, if there’s anything that might need tweaking. Sandra is sitting in the grand reception room.

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Being told that you need to wear hearing aids every day for your brain to adjust and get used to them. Sandra is laughing at what is being said by her companion in the dining room.

Sandra is again sitting in the grand reception room.

Well the hearing aids that I wear now are Oticon Opn and they’re more discreet, you’ve got tiny, tiny tubes that run down the side here [motions to ear]. For the first time ever I now wear my hair up so, you know, I can literally wear my hair up and I don’t feel ashamed. I used to feel ashamed of big thick tubes, so they’re quite discreet and the clarity’s wonderful with them. The camera is now focusing on Sandra’s hair from behind. She is pulling her hair up into a ponytail. Holding her hair with left hand, she is motioning to her right ear, gesturing to where the tubes on her old hearing aid would have been on the outside of her ear.
 With my hearing aids and my mobile phone – I absolutely love it – the fact that it’s all Bluetoothed into your ears. Embracing my hearing has been one of the best things for me, my family and my career. It’s just improved year on year since I’ve had my new hearing aids. I’ve now gone from a team of - I had three, I think, three years ago to, I think, we’re up to 67. The best thing about switching my life on with my newfound hearing is I’ve got my confidence back. I’ve got my wiggle back – that’s how I see it – and I’m loving life again. Sandra is sitting in a dining room, talking with a male and female companion. 

Sandra is sitting in the grand reception room.

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