A special kind of bone conduction hearing aid. A titanium “post” is surgically implanted into the mastoid bone behind your ear. Once this “post” heals and the bone firmly grows around it (about a month), the hearing aid itself is snapped to the post. The hearing aid vibrates the post, which in turn vibrates your skull, which in turn shakes your cochlea and you hear the sound. BAHA hearing aids work best for people with conductive hearing losses.
Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA)