Tympanoplasty vibrant sound bridge - Sensori – Neural hearing loss

Sometimes long-term results of simultaneous middle ear reconstruction with tympanoplasty are often poor due to the persisting air-bone gap. New techniques of hearing rehabilitation are demanded for those patients. Vibrant Sound Bridge is one of the hearing implants that can amend the quality of life. Normal hearing aids only help in making the sounds louder, whereas the Vibrant Sound Bridge converts sounds from the environment into mechanical vibrations. The middle ear structures are stimulated for exceptional high frequency sound perception using this mechanical energy, thereby providing an enhanced signal. Vibrant Sound Bridge is the alternative for individuals who cannot exercise or are unsatisfied with conventional hearing aids or bone conduction devices. It is designed for hearing-impaired people with mild to severe hearing loss. Vibrant Sound bridge is an FDA approved semi-implantable device that for the treatment of sensorineural hearing loss. The Vibrant Sound Bridge is the only middle ear implant system that is attached to one single structure in the middle ear and not to the skull. This will not interfere with skull growth and therefore suitable for children.

Cochlear implant – Profound sensori – Neural hearing loss

One of the most severe forms of handicap is hearing impairment. There are many conventional hearing aids but it has its own limitations, especially when the degree of hearing loss is severe. Cochlear implants are designed for individuals who are affected by severe to profound hearing loss. A cochlear implant is an electronic device, implanted directly in the inner ear, or cochlea, a series of electrodes electrically stimulates the cochlear nerves and the brain interprets them as sounds. The cochlear implants in children also found to be very effective whether they are born with hearing impairment or hearing loss occurs later in life. Cochlear implantation enhances auditory information, including speech, environmental sounds and music. Success of cochlear implantation operation depends on a variety of factors, including age, duration of hearing loss, status of the cochlea, and other medical and personal issues. The cochlear implant does not result in restoration of normal hearing. Cochlear hearing implants bypass the damaged hair cells in sensorineural nerve loss, and the direct stimulation of auditory nerve is ensured.

Cochlear implants have external and internal (surgically implanted) parts that work together to allow the user to perceive sound. The external parts include a microphone, a speech processor, and a transmitter. The internal parts include a receiver and electrodes.

There are cochlear implants surgery centers around the country. At these centers, a team of professionals' works with individuals and detail them and their families about cochlear implants, perform the surgery, and provide follow-up care.

The cochlear implant prices vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the duration and extent of a patient's hearing loss prior to surgery. Cochlear implant is the most cost-effective hearing aid ever reported.
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