A bone conduction hearing device can be used by people with problems of the external or middle ears such microtia, atresia, otosclerosis or a previously failed ear surgery. It transfers sound by bone vibration directly to cochlea, bypassing the outer and middle ears. It can also be used in a condition called single sided deafness (SSD). Surgical and non surgical options are available for bone conduction hearing devices.
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