Cochlear Implant

What is a Cochlear Hearing Aid?

Cochlear implants are surgically implanted devices that can provide sound to individuals with a severe or profound hearing disability. The Cochlear Hearing Aid is a neuroprosthetic device that bypasses the impaired hearing process of patients. Here, sound is converted to electrical signals and directly stimulates the auditory (hearing) nerve which in turn sends signals to the brain. With Aural Training, patients will be able to interpret the sound and improve their ability to understand speech.

How does it work?

The Cochlear Implant has two parts – the external sound processor (microphone) and an array of electrodes placed in the inner ear. With the technology, sound captured in the external device is converted into electrical signals and stimulates the auditory nerve, which the brain can interpret into sound, over time.

Bone Anchored Hearing Aid

What is BAHA?

BAHA or Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid uses bone conduction to treat conductive hearing losses or cases of single-sided deafness. We at HearFon provide a non-surgical solution by BAHA for Clients with deformed ears.

How does it work

The BAHA hearing aid pushes sound through bone conduction to stimulate sound for the user.

At HearFon, we have partnered with Manipal Hospital and Narayana Health to provide cochlear implants and BAHA.

Benefits of Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA)

The BAHA hearing aid is a great non-surgical alternative to cochlear implants. It can be applied simply in the clinic and are easy to manage for children with hearing loss.

For years, HearFon has dedicated itself in helping the hearing-impaired Listen to Life. To discover more about various hearing aid styles and technology, get in touch with an expert Audiologists.

They will explain in detail how the different models work and the features that are available. This will help you to understand more about the types of hearing solutions that are made available to you.