SYNCHRONY CI System
Cochlear implants can help restore hearing for individuals with severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss. Find out how cochlear implants can help you or your child enjoy the wonders of hearing.
Middle Ear Implants
VIBRANT SOUNDBRIDGE System
VIBRANT SOUNDBRIDGE can provide natural sound quality for individuals with conductive, mixed, or moderate sensorineural hearing loss. Find out how SOUNDBRIDGE could make a difference in your life.
Electric Acoustic Stimulation
SYNCHRONY EAS System
Electric Acoustic Stimulation combines two technologies to provide the best hearing for individuals with high-frequency hearing loss. Find out how you can make the most of your natural hearing with EAS.
Bone Conduction Implants
Bone conduction implants can bring hearing to individuals with conductive or mixed hearing loss, or single-sided deafness. Find out how BONEBRIDGE can help you to enjoy hearing again.
Bone Conduction Systems
ADHEAR is a revolutionary new bone conduction device for people with conductive hearing loss. Find out how you can try out this innovative technology for yourself.
Which Hearing Solution Could Help Me?
Find out more about your type of hearing loss, and see which of our hearing solutions may be right for you.
Why Choose MED-EL
Learn about people’s experiences with their MED-EL hearing solution. From parents to seniors, cochlear implants to bone conduction systems, our stories from around the world show what life is like with a hearing solution.
Reliable Cochlear Implants by Design from MED-EL
It’s not by chance that MED-EL provides safe and reliable cochlear implants. It’s by design. Find out why MED-EL leads in cochlear implant reliability.
What Does a Cochlear Implant Sound Like?
We want the sound quality of our cochlear implants to match the sound quality of natural hearing. To achieve this, we’ve spent more than 30 years developing unique technologies that no other cochlear implant system can match. How? By designing our cochlear implants to follow nature as closely as possible.
Not sure how to change the microphone cover, or connect to your phone? See our support pages for detailed information about your audio processor.
Info for Radiologists
Radiologists can find all the information they'll need here in our medical procedures guide.