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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