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Information about hearing aids
Having problems with your hearing aid?
There are many reasons why you may have problems with a hearing aid. Before sending off for repair or replacement click here to read our troubleshooting tips
Lost or damaged hearing aid?
If your hearing aid is damaged due to neglect you may be charged. Click here for advice.
Instructions for cleaning your earmoulds
Bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA)
- A bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA) transmits sound directly to the cochlea by vibrating the mastoid bone. A minor operation is needed to fix a screw to the skull, on which the hearing aid can be clipped on and off. A BAHA is removed at night and when you swim or take a shower. Click here to download more information about referral for a bone anchored hearing aid
- A BAHA or Implantable Bone Conduction Hearing Aids can be fitted dependant on the type of hearing loss and whether it is recommended by a consultant. Click here for an information leaflet.
- If your BAHA hearing aid is lost or damaged due to neglect you may be charged by the NHS. Click here to for more information about charges
- Want to know more about the new BAHA wireless technology and app? Click here
- If you receive BAHA wireless accessories click here for more information
- For more information about your Oticon Medical bone anchored hearing aid and wireless device click here