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Submission + - New Hearing Aid Uses Your Tooth To Transmit Sound (singularityhub.com)

kkleiner writes: Sonitus Medical has developed a new device, SoundBite, that uses the natural conduction of teeth and bone to transmit sound to the inner ear even after the outer and middle ear are damaged. SoundBite detects noise using a microphone placed in the ear connected to a transmitter in a behind-the-ear (BTE) device. The BTE transmits to an in-the-mouth (ITM) device that sends small sound waves through the jaw to the cochlea. There is no surgery needed, and both the BTE and ITM are easily removed to be charged inductively.
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New Hearing Aid Uses Your Tooth To Transmit Sound

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