Ear Wax Removal

Clear the way to clear hearing.
Understanding the impact of excessive
ear wax build-up.

Ear Wax removal All You Need To Know

Are you struggling to hear? A build-up of excessive ear wax can lead to a blockage. 

This can make it hard to hear which can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful. 

Temporary hearing loss caused by excess ear wax can be effectively resolved with our advanced micro-suction technique. This method is gentle, safe, and does not require the traditional ear syringing method. Our clinic is staffed by highly trained and specialised healthcare professionals who will ensure your comfort and safety during the procedure.

Before the micro-suction treatment, we conduct a brief consultation to determine your suitability for the procedure.

As part of this consultation, we also offer a complimentary hearing check to assess your hearing ability.

In addition to earwax removal, we provide a range of private ear consultations, including full ear examinations and hearing assessments.

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Frequently asked questions

What is ear wax, and why do we have it?

Ear wax, also known as cerumen, is a waxy substance that is naturally produced by the body to help protect and clean the ear canal. It helps to trap dirt, dust, and other foreign particles and prevent them from reaching the eardrum.

What are the symptoms of excess ear wax?

Excessive ear wax can cause a range of symptoms, including earache, ear fullness or pressure, ringing in the ears, itching, and difficulty hearing.

How can ear wax be safely removed?

Ear wax can be safely removed through a variety of methods, including micro-suction, ear irrigation, or ear drops. The best method will depend on the individual’s age, medical history, and the amount and type of ear wax present.

What method of ear wax removal do you use?

Advance micro-suction .

How long is the appointment?

20 minutes .

Do I need an initial consultation?

All patients need an initial consultation to check the ears by our trained professional.

What should I expect during an ear wax removal procedure?

During an ear wax removal procedure, a healthcare professional will examine your ears to determine the best method for removing the wax. They may use micro-suction, ear irrigation, or ear drops to remove the wax. The procedure is generally quick and should not cause any pain.

Do I need to put ear drops in before?

We recommend putting olive ear drops in for 1 weeks before the appointment. This helps soften the ear wax. We recommend Earol ear spray.

I wear a hearing aid?

It is very common to get compacted wax when wearing hearing aids and it can stop them from working properly. 

How much does it cost?

£80 for consultation and ears.

Is ear wax removal painful?

Ear wax removal should not be painful when performed by a trained healthcare professional using the appropriate method. Patients may experience a mild discomfort or pressure sensation during the procedure, but it should not be painful.

How long does it take to recover from ear wax removal?

There is usually no recovery time required after ear wax removal. Patients should be able to resume their normal activities immediately after the procedure.

How often should ear wax be removed?

The frequency of ear wax removal will depend on the individual’s age, medical history, and the amount and type of ear wax present. Some people may need to have ear wax removed regularly, while others may not need it at all.

Can ear wax removal help with hearing loss?

Yes, ear wax removal can help with hearing loss caused by excessive ear wax build-up. Once the ear wax is removed, patients should notice an improvement in their hearing ability.

Are there any risks associated with ear wax removal?

When performed correctly, ear wax removal is a safe procedure. However, there is a small risk of injury or infection if the procedure is done improperly or if the patient has an underlying ear condition.

Can I have ear wax removal if I have a perforated eardrum?

If you have a perforated eardrum, you should not have ear wax removal until the perforation has fully healed. Ear wax removal can potentially cause further damage to the eardrum if performed while the perforation is still present.

Can I have ear wax removal if I have an ear infection?

If you have an ear infection, you should not have ear wax removal until the infection has cleared up. Ear wax removal can potentially cause the infection to spread or worsen.


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