When to consider implants for adults
Do you find you’re missing out on life because you struggle to hear, even when wearing powerful hearing aids? A hearing implant could help.
Do you have difficulty hearing on the phone or understanding conversations? Perhaps you prefer not to participate in the activities you once enjoyed because of your hearing loss?
If hearing aids are no longer helping you, or you have stopped wearing them altogether, a hearing implant may be able to help. It is a proven solution for hearing loss in adults. Whether you lost your hearing suddenly or gradually over time, a hearing implant can help you reconnect to the people and activities you love.
"I’m so joyous now it’s not even funny. I feel so proud to be able to be Chad again, to be able to hear and to be able to live and to be able to have a life. It’s just an exciting time for me. It’s a new journey and it’s just beautiful."
– Chad D. - Nucleus® recipient
When hearing aids aren't enough
Do you wear powerful hearing aids but still struggle to hear? An implantable hearing solution may be the answer you've been looking for.
Hearing loss is affecting daily life
Hearing lets you make the most of life's special moments. If you think you may have hearing loss or your hearing aids are not enough, there is hope with a Cochlear hearing solution.
Suddenly losing your hearing
Sudden hearing loss can happen at any age. While your hearing could return by itself, but treatment may be required.
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.