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The loss of the larynx and thus of the voice isolates the sufferer socially. SONUS provides people with a natural voice, promoting respectful reintegration.
SONUS, implanted in the body, consists of a palate and a nose pin. Tongue movements responsible for producing our voice are transformed into sound by a highly complex pressure sensor system. The nasal pin contains the loudspeaker for voice output. Sensors positioned behind the canine teeth control the system with the tongue (on/off, emphasis modes). The two parts are wireless connected, and it sends the user acoustic feedback on internal operating conditions using bone conduction.