Baha® Implant

The Baha® Implant is the reliable and strong foundation of the Baha System, designed to provide better hearing.


We continue to create industry-leading breakthroughs and focus on our costumers, which is why more people choose Cochlear than all other hearing implant companies combined.1,2 Discover all the ways the Baha System is designed to connect you or your child to life without limits. 

"I hope to live 20 or 30 more years, and I don't want to stay inside and read a book. I want to be active. I want to live life. I want to enjoy life."

-David D., Baha® recipient

The Baha Implant - reliable and consistent access to hearing

The Baha Implant, made of titanium and inserted into the bone for effective bone conduction, is the strong foundation of the Baha System. The implant features our innovative surface technology that is designed to promote faster and stronger integration with the bone. This technology is designed to provide better sound transmission compared to other systems.3,4

Proven reliability

Our latest bone conduction implant, the BI300, delivers a 98% reliability rate, which means that the implant will remain stable for years to come.5 Together, the design, dimensions and characteristics of the BI300 Implant have proven reliability through long-term clinical use. The BI300 is the implant used in our Baha and Osia® Systems.


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.

Views expressed are those of the individual. Consult your health professional to determine if you are a candidate for Cochlear technology.

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  1. Cochlear Americas: Market Share [Data on file] 2018 April.
  2. Cochlear Annual Report, 2017 August [Internet: pdf document]. 2017 August[cited 2017 Sept 6]. Available from:
  3. Dun, C.A.J. , de Wolf, M.J.F , Wigren, S., Eeg Olofsson, M., Granstrom, G., Green, K., Flynn, M.C., Stalfors, J., Rothera, M., Mylanus, E.A.M., & Cremers, C.W.R.J. (2010) Development and Multi centre Clinical Investigation of a Novel Baha Implant System. Technical and 6 Month Data. Paper presented at CI 2010, Stockholm, Sweden.
  4. Sennerby, L. , Gottlow, J. , Rosengren, A. & Flynn, M. (2010). An Experimental Evaluation of a New Craniofacial Implant Using the Rabbit Tibia Model. Otology & Neurotology, 31(5), 840-845. doi: 10.1097/MAO.0b013e3181de4b79.
  5. Vanaelst B. Literature review and Evaluation: BI300 Implant years and survival rate. Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions AB, Sweden 2019.