The bone anchored hearing device is a device that is developed to help humans with partial or complete hearing loss. Though that line doesn’t make it sound any different from other hearing aids and devices, one of the most distinguishing things about bone anchored hearing aids is that it recognizes the sound waves by using the skull and the bones as a medium, rather than conventional hearing aids that use air as a medium of conduction. The signals are received by the cochlea that is present inside the ear and the cochlea converts this into signals that can be perceived by the brain.
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Market for Bone anchored hearing implants:
The market for bone anchored hearing devices is very small. However, in recent times, there is increasing popularity for such devices because of the increased benefits that it is providing to its users in comparison to the users of conventional hearing aids. During the period between 2016 and 2022 the global markets for the bone anchored hearing aids is expected to have a CAGR of 14% and is expected to reach double digit growth rates in a very soon and swift manner. Also, another reason for the increase in demand of bone anchored hearing aids is thatthere is increased customization provided by these companies for their customers.
Advantages of bone anchored hearing aids:
- These kinds of hearing aids are most useful for those people who have congenital hearing defects and for those people for whom other kinds of hearing devices can be of no help whatsoever.
- It helps a person who is completely devoid of hearing to hear sounds more clearly and naturally and another huge benefit of having bone anchored hearing aids is that apotential patient can easily try it and test it before having the device implanted during surgery.
- It is way more comfortable than other hearing aids and devices which is why it is more preferred by customers in comparison to the other hearing aids. The best part is that incase a customer finds it uncomfortable to use or doesn’t find any benefit after using it can easily reverse the process as it does not contain any permanency in its procedure.
- Another interesting thing about BAHA is that most of the insurance companies recognize this procedure and it can be claimed by the patient later on.
Bone anchored hearing aids is one of the most important discoveries of the 21st century and it has, for now, proven to be a blessing in the lives of thousands of people.