Bone-Anchored Hearing Implants

Bone-Anchored Hearing Implants

  • Help those who experience chronic ear infections, congenital auditory conditions, and unilateral deafness in cases where conventional hearing aids are ineffective or unable to be worn.

About This Device:

Bone-anchored hearing implants (BAHAs) are surgically implanted systems that allow people to hear via bone conduction. These implants are primarily used for people with pervasive conductive or mixed hearing loss but are also approved for use as treatment for unilateral (single-sided) sensorineural hearing loss. In such cases where conventional hearing aids don’t provide benefit but one inner ear is still viable, stimulating the auditory mechanism via bone conduction may provide significant benefit.