Cochlear and BAHA
Bone anchored and cochlear hearing aids are surgically implanted hearing solutions for those who suffer from severe hearing loss or can’t wear normal hearing aids.
Cochlear implants are a surgically implanted device that can provide sound to someone with a severe or profound hearing loss.
How does a Cochlear Implant work?
The technology stimulates the auditory nerve which the brain can interpret into sound over time.
How does a BAHA work?
The BAHA pushes sound through bone conduction to stimulate sound for the user.
Benefits of bone anchored hearing aids.
The BAHA is a great non-surgical alternative to cochlear, can be applied simply in clinic and easy to manage for children with hearing loss.
For years HearFon has been dedicated to helping the hearing impaired Listen to Life. To discover more about various hearing aids styles and technology, you can get in touch with expert Audiologists who can explain in more detail how the different models work and the features that are available. This will help you understand more about the types of hearing solutions that are available to you.