Is your hearing loss holding you back from being unstoppable?
Nearly 1 out of every 3 people over the age of 65 are affected by hearing loss¹. While wearing your hearing aid(s), do you…
Have difficulty hearing conversations especially in noisy situations?
Have trouble hearing on the telephone?
Frequently ask people to repeat themselves?
Only hear from one ear?
Find yourself agreeing, smiling or nodding during conversations when you are not sure what has been said?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then it may be time to explore a hearing implant.
What is the difference between hearing aids and hearing implants?
Hearing aids help many people by making the sounds they hear louder. Unfortunately, as hearing loss progresses, sounds need to not only be made louder, they need to be made clearer. Hearing implants may help give you that clarity, even in noisy environments.²
Did you know?
Many factors contribute to improved hearing performance. Research and decades of experience have demonstrated that hearing implants provide improved:
- Clarity, restoring access to missing sounds3
- Hearing in noise and speech understanding4,5
- Quality of life5
Are covered by Medicare (and most other insurance)*
Are a FDA approved and established medical treatment
- Involve a routine outpatient surgical procedure
Your journey to better hearing is worth every step. Don't wait - it's time to get back the sounds you have been missing.
Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.
*Covered by Medicare for beneficiaries who meet CMS criteria for coverage. Contact your insurance provider or hearing implant specialist to determine your eligibility for coverage.
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- The Nucleus Freedom Cochlear Implant Surveillance Trial Results. 2008 June.
- Novak MA, Firszt JB, Rotz LA, et al. Cochlear implants in infants and toddlers. Ann, Otol Rhino Laryngol Suppl 2000; 185:46-49.
- Hirschfelder A, Gräbel S, Olze H. The impact of cochlear implantation on quality of life: The role of audiologic performance and variables. w Head Neck Surg. 2008 Mar;138(3): 357-362.
- Clinical Evaluation of the Cochlear Nucleus CI532 Cochlear Implants in Adults Investigator Meeting. 2019 Apr.