Before the first implantable Cochlear™ Baha® System was launched, one of the only solutions available to those that could not benefit from air conduction hearing aids was bone conductors fitted to steel headbands or glasses. Although it is commonly agreed that a preoperative trial is important to provide candidates with realistic expectations,1-3 similar devices are […]
Creators of the Baha® SoundArc a new, non-surgical bone conduction wearing option for children, describe the modern features and flexibility of the product. The cool, new lightweight SoundArc is used in conjunction with the Baha Sound Processors and is ideal for children who are not yet ready for a bone conduction implant system. Learn more […]
Have you had a chance to learn about the newest non-surgical bone conduction option – the Baha® SoundArc? Jane Beavan, AuD, describes her initial clinical impressions of the new Baha SoundArc. Dr. Beavan discusses the ease of fitting and customizing the Baha SoundArc to suit each patients’ unique needs. “The patients that have used the […]
The Baha® SoundArc is a brand new, discreet wearing option. Whether it is during the first demo or for long-term use, the Baha SoundArc helps patients to hear their best with the Baha® 5 portfolio of powerful sound processors. The Baha SoundArc is designed to flow with the contours of the head, creating a discreet and […]
Meet the team who designed the Cochlear™ Baha® SoundArc, the new non-surgical bone conduction wearing option for pediatric patients. Learn how the engineers and designers drove innovation and filled the gap of a product that has never existed. See if the Baha SoundArc is right for your pediatric patients.