About bone conduction implants

Bone conduction implants are U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared, surgically-implanted medical devices that treat hearing loss. Bone conduction implants use your natural ability to conduct sound to bypass the damaged part of your ear, sending sound directly to the inner ear. Cochlear’s bone conduction implant system is called the Baha® System.

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