Whether you've missed your grandchild's first laugh, a son or daughter's big moment or the ability to hear you spouse's affection, Cochlear's implantable hearing solutions may be the answer when hearing aids are no longer enough.

Don't ignore your hearing loss any longer. Discover how you can begin the steps to regain what's been lost.

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Don't ignore your
wake-up call.

Even with hearing aids, you or someone you love may not be hearing everything. Cochlearâ„¢ hearing implants work differently than hearing aids. They are a proven solution designed to make sounds louder and clearer, helping you get back the sounds you have been missing.

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    Designed to make sounds louder and clearer, and restore access to missing sounds
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    Improves hearing in noise and speech understanding[1-2]
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    Typically covered by insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid
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    Proven treatment for over 30 years with hundreds of thousands of users[3]
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    Implantable solutions include cochlear implants, Hybrid™ hearing and bone conduction implants
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    Involves a short outpatient surgical procedure

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Cochlear implants are better than hearing aids in noisy environments¹

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*The Hearing in Noise Test (HINT) measures a person's ability to hear speech in quiet and at a normal conversational level.

Your journey to hearing is worth every step.

Learn more about the steps to getting a hearing implant.

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Cochlear Implant System
If you have severe to profound hearing loss in both ears and are not receiving enough benefit when using hearing aids, cochlear implants may be a solution for you.


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Cochlear™ Baha® Bone Conduction Systems
If you have conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss or are deaf in one ear, bone conduction implants may be a solution for you.


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Cochlear™ Hybrid™ Hearing System
You may still be able to hear some sounds, but it has gotten harder to hear conversations in both quiet and noisy situations. You can still hear barks and honks, but you can't hear whistles and chirps, which are high-frequency sounds.


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