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Ear Wax Removal
Ear Wax Removal
We use all methods of earwax removal and will choose the method that is safest and most suitable for each client. This can either be via Irrigation, Micro suction or a combination of both.
Symptoms of an Ear Wax Blockage
- Sudden, temporary hearing loss
- A feeling of pressure or fullness inside your ear
- Those with hearing aids may find they aren't working so well and may be whistling whilst in the ear
Why do I get ear wax?
Earwax is a natural secretion that protects the ear against dust, debris, and bacteria, so it helps to prevent infection. However, some people are prone to build up more frequently than others, and as such this can cause them problems with their hearing and general well-being. Removing ear wax can get you back to feeling normal again.
Do I need to use ear drops before micro-suction or irrigation?
It is wise to use softening drops such as Olive oil a couple of nights prior to the procedure to soften any hard wax.
What is Micro-suction?
It is similar to using a tiny vacuum cleaner in your ear canals to remove earwax. The suction probe will either pull the wax out whole or if the wax is very soft, it will get sucked into the probe. We use magnification equipment to monitor the whole process and as such, it is safe and can even be used on ears with perforations.
What is Irrigation?
Irrigation is a gentle method of washing the ear canal out with warm water. As with micro-suction, each step of the process is carefully monitored with specialist visual equipment so we can assure your safety throughout the procedure.
Our Earwax removal service is offered for £40 per ear