Cochlear Implants

Additional solutions for when hearing aids aren't enough

Implantable Devices

At Tahoe Family Hearing Clinic, we are devoted to helping you achieve better hearing. If you have significant hearing loss, then you may benefit from a cochlear implant. Bone-conduction devices and implants are available for those who have a good auditory nerve, but poor acoustic transmission of sound; whether from birth defect, physical injury, damaged middle-ear bones, or chronic ear infections.

Our audiologist will help you determine what hearing solution will be best for you or your child and guide you through the entire process. We work with the most advanced implantable devices, all of which can help you with your hearing.

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Woman getting a cochlear implant at her local audiologist

Cochlear Implants
and Bone-Conduction Implants

Depending on the severity of your hearing loss, sometimes hearing aids aren’t enough. That’s why we offer cochlear implant candidacy evaluations, consultations, initial activation, and all follow-up services for Advanced Bionics, Cochlear, and MED-EL.

Dr. Sandy brings a decade of experience working on a multidisciplinary cochlear implant team and is highly skilled with implantable devices. She holds strong relationships with representatives and surgeons in our area and throughout the nation.

If you think you or your child may be a candidate for cochlear implants, contact our office today.

Woman getting a cochlear implant at her local audiologist