Bonebridge

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Bonebridge is an ear implant that uses bone conduction technology to transmit sound directly to the inner ear. It is designed to help people with hearing loss to hear better. The device is surgically implanted behind the ear and works by vibrating the bones of the skull, which then transmit sound waves to the inner ear. The device is powered by a small battery and can be adjusted to provide the user with the best sound quality. Bonebridge is a safe and effective way to improve hearing and can be used in combination with hearing aids or other assistive devices.

 

Bonebridge

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