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BAHA Implants

The Cochlear BAHA 3 System is an implantable bone conduction hearing system that uses the body’s natural ability to conduct sound.

Bone conduction implants are often good options for people with conductive hearing loss, a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss or single-sided deafness.

Cochlear implants are surgically placed behind the non-functioning ear. There are three components of a Cochlear implant:

  1. A sound processor that pics up sound vibrations.
  2. A small titanium implant that transfers the sound vibrations to the functioning Cochlea.
  3. An abutment which attaches that sound processor to the implant and transfers sound vibrations from the processor to the implant.

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