Hearing Implants are designed for patients who have severe to profound hearing loss/ deafness, single-sided deafness, or conductive type hearing loss. If you would like to learn more about these devices, contact your audiologist.
Cochlear Implants are designed for patients with moderate to profound sensorineural hearing loss with poor understanding of speech. Our audiologists help educate patients on whether they would be a good candidate for a cochlear implant. Please see our page about cochlear implants services for more detailed information. These are the latest models available:
- Advanced Bionics - HiRes Ultra 3D with Naida CI Q90
- Cochlear Americas - Nucleus Profile Plus with Nucleus 7
- Med-El - Synchrony with Rondo2 or Sonnet 2
Middle Ear Implants are designed for patients with conductive or mixed hearing loss. These can be either surgically placed by an otolaryngologist or used with a medical grade adhesive with no surgery required, depending on the type and severity of hearing loss.