It's time to take your hearing to the next level.

You can have the latest Cochlear™ Nucleus® Sound Processor technology without surgery.

Navigating your insurance has never been so easy.*

Cochlear has dedicated resources to help you navigate the insurance process and get coverage for your upgrade. With a host of new features and improvements, our newest sound processors make the choice to upgrade clearer than ever. Answer a few quick questions about your current sound processor and lifestyle and we'll recommend the sound processor that will help maximize your hearing and help you do the things you love.

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Did you know many insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, may authorize the replacement of a sound processor when it has reached the end of its "useful life"?

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"The Nucleus upgrade changed my life. I spend less effort trying to understand people. I just hear better."

~Jack B.
Miami, FL

References and Disclaimers

1. The Nucleus 7 and Kanso Sound Processors are compatible with the Nucleus Profile Series, CI500 Series, CI24RE (Freedom) Series, CI24R and CI24M implants. The timeframe for Nucleus 7 Sound Processor compatibility for other implants depends on research and development timelines, manufacturing processes and regulatory approvals.The Kanso Sound Processor will not be compatible with the Nucleus®e; 22 (N22) Implant due to the Kanso Sound Processor's size and coil type. The Nucleus 6 Sound Processor is compatible with all implant models.

*Information provided by Cochlear Americas regarding insurance coverage or reimbursement is provided as guidance only and is not intended as reimbursement or legal advice. Cochlear Americas makes no representation or warranty regarding such information or its completeness, accuracy, fitness for a particular purpose, or that following such guidance will result in any form of coverage or reimbursement from any insurer. Information presented is subject to change at any time. To be sure that you have the most current and applicable information available for your unique circumstances, please consult your own experts and seek your own legal advice regarding your reimbursement needs. In all cases, products or services billed must be medically necessary, actually performed and appropriately documented in the medical record. Coverage determinations and out-of-pocket costs may vary for individuals with private insurance.

Views expressed by Cochlear recipients and hearing health providers are those of the individual. Individual results may vary.