Hearing aid implants are devices which are physically attached to the patient.
Researchers discover that bone-anchored hearing aids are an effective treatment for children with bilateral or unilateral hearing loss.
A new study will investigate whether hybrid cochlear implants will help individuals with high-frequency hearing loss.
Researchers are working with an investigational device that will enable people who have lost hearing in both ears to still be able to process certain types of noise. The device bypasses structures within the ear and works by stimulating the brainstem, which sends a message to the brain that a noise has been "heard.”
The causes of unilateral hearing loss include ear trauma, noise exposure, and genetics. Unilateral hearing loss treatment depends on the cause and type of hearing loss.
Hearing loss is different for different people. Some experience mild hearing loss that can be remedied with a discrete pair of hearing aids. Others experience more severe hearing...
Bone conduction implants are designed for patients with untreatable middle ear conductive or mixed hearing losses and those who have a unilateral sensorineural hearing loss, or...
Studies show Oticon Medical’s Ponto Bone Anchored Hearing Implant System proves successful.