Hearing implants

Sometimes hearing aids are not enough...

Hundreds of millions of people around the world experience some form of hearing loss. While many can be helped with hearing aids, more than 75 million people still find the most powerful hearing aids ineffective.

If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is likely that you could benefit from an implantable device.

Implantable devices are designed to help those whose hearing loss is too severe, or those who are physically unable to wear hearing aids. 

The Ear Science Clinic work to provide implantable hearing devices to eligible individuals. Our qualified team will fully assess your suitability to ensure you receive your most optimal hearing outcomes.

These hearing implants can be suitable for people with hearing loss in both ears or only one ear. To read more about hearing loss in one ear (or single-sided deafness) click here

To book an appointment or to find out more about how we can help you, contact us or call us on 1300 84 70 80 today.

“I received Cochlear Implants on both my left and right sides. On the day of my switch-on, my husband said my whole face lit up. Before my implants, when we went out dining, I could not hear at all. Now when we go out, I can hear the conversation around me. I can hear what is being said in the next room at home. I hear the different sounds in music. I received a miracle with the implants.”– Anne Percy

“My cochlear implant is wonderful. I wake up each morning to silence, thank the universe that I am alive to start another wonderful day, grab my cochlear processor and allow the world of noise to enter my world.” – Michele

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