Internal component bone conduction implant Baha® Connect
body-worn processorpediatric

internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
internal component bone conduction implant
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Characteristics

Component
internal component, body-worn processor
Patient type
pediatric

Description

Baha® Connect System The Cochlear™ Baha® Connect System is a well-proven bone conduction hearing system featuring our minimally invasive DermaLock™ technology. This technology helps preserves the hair and skin around the abutment; dramatically reducing surgery time and helping you heal – and hear – sooner. Your direct connection to sound If you have conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss or single-sided deafness then the Baha Connect System may be a good option to help you hear better. The Baha Connect System is a straightforward and easy to use hearing system that requires little daily care. The sound processor is easy to handle, and simply snaps on to the abutment to hold it in place. Cochlear’s DermaLock™ surface technology stabilises the area around the abutment to allow shorter surgery times, faster healing and provide you with excellent cosmetic results.1,2 The system is based on a reliable Baha Implant with a unique TiOblast™ surface technology that is proven in a long-term study to be our most stable implant ever.3 The superior stability of the implant means you may get access to sound sooner than ever before. Depending on the recommendation of your healthcare professional, this could be as early as four weeks after surgery. How the system works A small titanium implant sits in the bone behind your ear. Attached to the implant is an abutment that extends just above the skin. The sound processor fits onto the abutment to hold it in place. Sound travels as vibrations from the processor via the abutment to the implant, which then directs the vibrations through the bone to stimulate the inner ear.
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