As soon as he put those Pontos on, he was like “Whoa, that’s better!”
Mother of Davin, bilateral microtia and atresia
To help you find and connect with other Oticon Medical users, we have created the community Oticon Medical Friends. By joining Oticon Medical Friends you will be connected to users all over the world.
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The Ponto Care Guide contains lots of useful information about daily life with a Ponto. From keeping the skin around your abutment clean to taking part in outdoor activities, this guide has been compiled using input from users around the world.
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Questions like these are a natural part of getting a Ponto. And you’re not the first person to ask! See answers to the most frequently asked questions from Ponto users here.
If you’ve got more questions, visit our Facebook group, where users and candidates openly and honestly discuss living with a Ponto.
My sound processor feels like a pair of glasses — something you just put on in the morning. If I forget to put it on, I realize in the car on the way to work. Usually I turn back to get it, otherwise I know it will annoy me all day.
Torben, single-sided deafness
Download the Ponto Care Guide for more useful advice
If you want to find out more about living with a Ponto, you can join closed Facebook groups. Here you can meet other users, ask questions and find out what life with a Ponto is really like.
If you are experiencing any problems with your Ponto, our Instructions for Use may have the answers you need. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for or need more assistance, please contact your local clinic.
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I am now able to hear the teacher perfectly fine. I use the Streamer in class and my teacher wears a mic. It works great.
Louise, mother of Reuben, single-sided deafness
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