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If your hearing loss is moderate to profound, you may consider an implant.


An implant is a small device that is surgically implanted, often just behind the ear, and offers a more direct approach to your hearing system. 


There is a growing variety of options available, each offering various functions to suit and support particular types of hearing loss. For example, a cochlea implant sends information directly to the cochlea via an electrode, bypassing the outer and middle-ear. A bone conductive device can also directly stimulate cochlea by sending sound vibrations naturally through the bony skull.

Implants are suitable for all ages. 


If you would like to learn more about implant hearing device options, please get in touch to organise a completely no-obligation chat.


The following are some of the implant brands I work closely with. Click the images to head over to their respective webpages.

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