Is a cochlear implant suitable for everyone who is severely or profoundly deaf?
No. There are a number of conditions you must meet for a cochlear implant to be suitable for you.
A cochlear implant may be suitable if you became profoundly deaf after you developed spoken language.
For an implant to work, your hearing nerve must function well, even though your cochlea is damaged.
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