Anatomy of the Ear
How Hearing Works
Types of Hearing Loss
About the Audiogram
Online Hearing Test
We offer two short online hearing tests to give you an idea about how well you hear and communicate
Test your hearing
A cochlear implant converts sound into information that the brain can understand. This solution is for individuals with severe-to-profound hearing loss.
Electric Acoustic Stimulation (EAS)
EAS combines a cochlear implant with hearing aid technology. This solution is for individuals with hearing loss in the high frequencies.
Middle Ear Implants
A middle ear implant stimulates the tiny bones in the middle ear. This solution is for individuals with sensorineural, conductive and mixed hearing losses.
Bone Conduction Implants
Bone conduction implants use the natural capabilities of bone to transmit sound directly to the inner ear. This solution is for individuals with conductive and mixed hearing losses, or single-sided deafness.
Bone Conduction System
ADHEAR - A novel hearing system revolutionizing the concept of bone conduction for individuals with conductive hearing loss or single sided deafness.
MRI and MED-EL Hearing Implants
Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity With Your Cochlear Implant
Complete Cochlear Coverage
Hear the Difference
TriformanceExperience the fullest, richest range of sounds and perceive speech and music more naturally.
Hearing Implant FAQs
Connect To Other Devices
Find Us on Social Media
Connect with us through our social media channels and meet other hearing implant users.
The Hearing People Blog
The Hearing People is the official MED-EL blog. It is a place where you can connect with MED-EL and learn all about hearing and hearing implants.
RehabilitationCochlear implant users of all ages can practice speaking and listening skills with interactive and downloadable (re)habilitation activities.