Bone-anchored hearing systems are implantable devices that treat hearing loss. Let’s learn how they work and whether they may be right for you.
Sometimes, ordinary hearing aids are not the best option for people with hearing loss, and Bone Anchored Hearing Aid is suggested as a more suitable option! Patients learning about hearing aid devices, on the other hand, may be overwhelmed by the numerous options available today. Patients with serious hearing loss should talk with a specialist at Florida E.N.T. & Allergy for the best advice and treatment.
Bone-anchored hearing aids are devices that are surgically placed to improve hearing. They use bone conduction to cure hearing loss, which delivers sound waves to the inner ear. This is distinct from more standard hearing aids, which enhance sounds outside of the ear canal. These specialized gadgets are appropriate for people who only have one functioning inner ear. Those with conductive hearing loss or full hearing loss in only one ear are the greatest prospects. Our experts will conduct an examination and a hearing test during a consultation session to evaluate if a patient is a good fit.
Those interested in a long-term, dependable solution for their hearing loss are encouraged to inquire about the benefits of utilizing a bone-anchored hearing aid to improve their hearing. Some of the advantages of investing in a bone-anchored hearing aid are listed below.
Uses advanced technology used in premium hearing instruments
Better sound quality as the skin does not dampen the signal
Simple, straightforward surgery with few risks
Surgery is performed with local anesthesia
No pressure against the skin and skull
Allows for preoperative testing
Better prediction of results
Our board-certified ENT & Allergy specialists have completed extensive education and clinical training as well as specialized training in their area(s) of expertise. Our caring and skilled specialists specialize in ear, nose, and throat treatment for the entire family utilizing comprehensive, cutting-edge technology, from childhood allergies to fitting hearing aids.