Thanks for writing to H.C.M. for your query.
I have gone through your query regarding hearing loss
by 60%, And it is Sensory neural loss as you have been told by your ENT doctor. Usually in such cases hearing aid
is the choice of treatment. But you are not in favour of using hearing aid so you may consult Ent surgeon who are doing cochlear implant
. They will examine you and after some relevent investigations if it appears as your sensory part of chochla is diseased than you may be a suitable candidate for cochlear implant.
In cochlear implants also your same nerve
is used for conducting the sound, the test like Pure tone audimetery tell us about type of hearing loss ( conductive and Sensory neural ), and the amount of loss. This can't tell about share of sensory and neural separately.
I hope you are now clear about limitations of each modality.