If you or a loved one are living with hearing loss and are not receiving enough benefit when using hearing aids, a cochlear implant may be able to help.
If you or your loved one are straining to hear each day, even when using powerful hearing aids, cochlear implants may be a solution. Cochlear implants work differently than hearing aids. Hearing aids help those who have mild to severe hearing loss and have some remaining healthy sensory hair cells in the inner ear that can transmit sound to the brain using amplification. Cochlear implants help those with moderate to profound hearing loss in both ears who are not receiving enough benefit when using hearing aids. They are designed to help you get back the sounds you've been missing by giving you the clarity you need to hear better and understand speech, even in noisy situations.
"I received my Cochlear Implant and it's changed my life. I got myself back and my interaction with others. I wouldn't trade that for anything."
- Tom K. - Nucleus® recipient
How cochlear implants work
Cochlear implants are designed to mimic natural hearing and replace the function of the inner ear (cochlea). Learn more about how they work and process sound.
Cochlear implants for adults
Cochlear implants can provide access to sounds you no longer hear, even in noisy environments. Learn how they may be able to help you.
Views expressed by Cochlear recipients are those of the individual. Consult your hearing health provider to determine if you are a candidate for Cochlear technology. Outcomes and results may vary.