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Bone conduction implants are bone anchored devices which use bone conduction to provide a better hearing solution for people with ear canal problems, people who cannot wear a hearing aid, or those who have single-sided hearing loss. The system attaches to a titanium implant, which is surgically placed in the bone behind the ear. The bone provides a sound pathway to the inner ear and does not require that sound go through the ear canal. Even if the ear canal is completely absent or the middle ear is not functioning, the bone conduction implant can help.

Learn more about the Cochlear Americas Baha system 

Check out the Cochlear Americas information on the Support App for Baha 

Or the Cochlear Americas Smartphone App for Baha 3 recepients


Learn more about the Oticon Ponto system