Advanced Bionics’ Advanced Hearing Solutions

Advanced Bionics is a global leader in developing the most advanced cochlear implant systems in the world. Acquired by Sonova Holding AG and working with Phonak since 2009, AB develops cutting-edge cochlear implant technology that restores hearing to those with a severe-to-profound hearing loss in over 50 countries worldwide.

With six sound coding programs, AB offers more ways to hear than any other cochlear implant company. Recipients can rest assured that everyone at AB is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art technology, top-quality, reliable products, and gold standard customer care to deliver the best possible hearing experience.

Advanced Bionics is also dedicated to providing lifetime support in order to continue to deliver
innovative hearing solutions and important support services for you and your family.

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Advanced Bionics’ Implant System

Advanced Bionics’ cochlear implant system (CI) offers more ways to hear than any other electronic implant and is optimized for clarity, comfort, ease of use, and reliability.

Each implant includes the electrode array, the electronics package, the receiver coil, and the magnet. The electrode array delivers 120 spectral bands of sound to improve speech understanding and make music more enjoyable while the magnet provides a reliable connection to the external processor as well as providing a hassle-free MRI experience, even at powerful 3T scans.

AB’s cutting-edge cochlear implant delivers clearer speech, a broader range of sound, and exceeds industry standards for impact resistance as well as live monitoring of the implant during the surgical procedure for more precise implanting.

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Audio Processor Features from Advanced Bionics

The human ear is designed to process an amazing range of sound detail from many different environments, and AB audio processors are designed to deliver access to every one of those details, such as intensity, frequency, pitch, duration, etc. Features of Advanced Bionics’ audio processors include:

  • Multiple microphones on the front and back of the processor, in the headpiece, and positioned at the opening of the ear canal.
  • The industry’s most advanced processor technology includes the only sound processing strategy in the industry recognized by the FDA to improve speech understanding in noise.
  • Programming flexibility that provides nearly unlimited ways to deliver sound.
  • Small, lightweight external device.
  • Phonak’s leading hearing aid technology constantly evaluates environmental sounds and automatically applies special sound cleaning features that help you hear your best.
  • Audio signal sharing makes sure you hear speech more clearly in background noise and on the phone.
  • Linking capabilities with Bluetooth compatible devices.

Patient-Focused Hearing Care by Aim Hearing and Audiology Services

Electronic implants, like those produced by Advanced Bionics, are among the advanced technology hearing solutions available to the hearing care professionals at Aim Hearing and Audiology Services in order to address your specialized hearing care needs, but no device will ever replace you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

Using a comprehensive hearing assessment, our doctors are able to accurately identify your unique hearing challenges. We use the information we obtain to develop a custom hearing treatment plan and select the advanced technology hearing solution that meets your unique needs.

In addition to fitting you with some of the most advanced technology hearing solutions from brand name manufacturers, such as Advanced Bionics, Oticon Medical, MED-EL, and Cochlear Americas, our hearing care experts also provide ongoing support, maintenance, and repair services so you can enjoy better hearing and an active, independent lifestyle.

If you need more information about the advanced technology hearing solutions we have available, contact the most trusted hearing care professionals in Greensboro, NC by using the adjacent form.

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