Getting the implant

Fitting the cochlear implant is a safe and simple procedure that takes a couple of hours and can often be carried out under local anaesthetic.

 

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It is a minimally invasive procedure, which is why most people only need to stay in hospital for a day following surgery.

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Your journey towards sound

Getting a cochlear implant requires surgery to insert the internal part of the implant system. The surgery is relatively simple, quick and minimally invasive. Once this has healed, your audiologist can attach the sound processor, which allows you to hear.

Your doctor and audiologist can determine whether you are a candidate for a cochlear implant.

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After the surgery, I felt fine. There was no pain or issues of any kind, and I went home again the day after. In fact, the biggest issue was the fact that they shaved my head around the implant. They’re certainly not trained hairdressers at the hospital

Karin, cochlear implant user

 

Cochlear implantation step by step

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Financing your cochlear implant

The cost of getting and maintaining a cochlear implant depend on where you live. Every country has its own health system and differing regulations for cochlear implants. Contact your local clinic for more information.

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The Neuro cochlear implant system consists of two parts:

The Neuro Zti Implant — a powerful and future-proof technology platform that enables the optimal hearing experience
The Neuro One sound processor — designed for better speech understanding

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Everything with the surgery went smoothly. I wore a bandage afterwards, but I had no issues.

Kurt, cochlear implant user

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Prepare for hearing

Three to six weeks after you undergo the implant surgery, your audiologist will attach the sound processor for the first time. This is the start of your journey towards hearing. 

Learn more about the Neuro sound processor