Bone anchored hearing aid Bootshearingcare without surgery
When using bone conduction headphones, sound vibrations pass through the jaw and skull bones. From there, they travel directly into the cochlea, which sends the sounds to the brain. This means the sound bypasses other structures of the ear such as the eardrum. The sound is then heard from inside the ear, instead of outside.
Bone anchored hearing aid are a great option for people with hearing loss associated with problems in their outer or middle ears or for those with profound hearing loss in one ear. We offer devices that don't require surgery, as well as implanted devices that require minor surgery. Your type and degree of hearing loss will largely dictate what kind of bone conduction hearing aid you need.
Our Bone anchored hearing aid capture sound and transfers it through bone vibrations directly to the cochlea (the hearing organ in your inner ear). Unlike traditional hearing aids that simply amplify sound, bone conduction devices bypass your outer ear and middle ear entirely and create a new pathway for hearing. Bone conduction hearing aids can be used for one or both ears, and they can be used along with a traditional hearing aid on the opposite ear.
Who is Eligible for a Bone Conduction Hearing Aid?
Typically, candidates have one of the following types of hearing loss:
- Conductive hearing loss (when sound is blocked from traveling from the outer or middle ear to the inner ear)
- One-sided, profound, sensorineural hearing loss (which results from damage to the inner ear or cochlea)
- Mixed hearing loss, meaning it is both conductive and sensorineural
- 1 x Bone Conduction anchored hearing aid
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