A Bone Anchored Hearing System (BAHS) is an amazing life improvement that can immediately bring a smile to your face and new sound into your world. Whether you experience the feeling for yourself, or it’s for someone you love, choosing the right BAHS solution is important. The key is that you have a choice, and when you have a choice, it’s best to make an informed decision.
Did you know there are different types of implants? For instance, a direct drive solution sends vibrations via a direct route to the bone. That’s different from a skin drive, which sends vibrations through the skin and then to the bone.
Depending on your specific condition, certain solutions work better than others.
Physical facts with skin drive solutions: These devices have lower output in the mid to high frequency region.
We commonly get questions about the differences in various hearing solutions. It’s important to note that there are different options based on individual conditions and needs. The same solution isn’t right for everyone. While Oticon Medical currently specializes in bone anchored hearing systems, we’re here to help you navigate your options.
Today, we’re going to look at the differences between Cochlear Implants and Bone Anchored Hearing Systems. To do so, we brought in Oticon Medical’s Clinical Regional Manager and one of our top Audiologists, Alison Sabbar.