Bone Anchored Hearing Aids

The bone anchored hearing aid is a bone conduction hearing aid that is surgically attached to a part of the skull just behind the ear, where sound is delivered using a directional microphone and external sound processor. Electronic components can also be plugged into some implants to allow direct connection to devices such as televisions or stereos.

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Medical Devices
The Cochlear Baha 3 Sound Processor (BP100) delivers 25% improved speech understanding in noise1-6 and is the first direct bone conduction sound processor to include an advanced automatic signal processing system and dedicated amplification strategies.
With the Alpha family of bone anchored hearing devices, implanted magnets are used to secure the Alpha 2 sound processor comfortably behind the ear.