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Success of hearing implant devices

Hearing devices can highly improve your quality of life.


Cochlear implants

They are the world's most successful medical protheses. Less than 0.2% of recipients reject it or do not use it.


Bone anchored implants

This success rate has been reported by scientific studies. The intervention is successful when the implant is stable and osseointegrated in the bone.

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About Bone Conduction

Bone conduction is the transmission of sound to the inner ear primarily through vibrations of the skull, allowing the hearer to perceive sound without the use of their ear canal.

Bone Conduction Systems

Bone conduction hearing systems are a treatment option for a specific type of hearing loss in which sound is blocked from travelling along the typical hearing pathway towards the inner ear. Instead, sound is transmitted to the inner ear by vibration of the skull.


Depending on the type of hearing loss you have, a bone conduction system might be the best option to help you hear better. Discover and trial a bone conduction system to see if it is right for you.


An external sound processor quickly and efficiently converts speech and environmental sounds into vibrations using the latest digital technology. Open yourself up to the world!


The implant is inserted into the bone and creates of bridge from the sound processor to the inner ear. Direct sound transmission from the environment provides you with the best sound quality

Everyday Life

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A world where hearing loss is no limitation

About Cochlear Implant Systems

A cochlear implant is a hearing device that converts sounds into an electrical signal that is sent via the hearing nerve to the brain. 

Cochlear Implant Systems

A cochlear implant system consists of two part: the implant (internal part) and the sound processor (external part). The sound processor is capturing sounds of the environment and sends that information to the internal part across the skin.The internal part is surgically implanted underneath the skin behind the ear. A part of the implant, called the electrode array, is inserted inside the cochlea and is sending electrical signal to the auditory nerve. 


A cochlear implant is typically a device for individuals with a severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss for whom conventional hearing aids are no longer beneficial.


Hearing possibilities that offer cochlear implant sound processor have greatly improved in the past years. Sound processors are becoming more are more efficient and propose many connectivity options.


The implant is the part that patients almost never see but it's - the most - important part of a cochlear implant systems. Click here to discover more about implant features.

Everyday Life

Hear from real-world users to learn about the amazing advantages of cochlear implant systems and get tips for daily use.

A world where hearing loss is no limitation

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