One Ear (£49)
An additional £19 for the second ear, we also offer home visitations £75
Earwax removal is important for preventing symptoms such as hearing loss, pain, and infections, improving hearing, and reducing the risk of hearing damage.
Our specialised earwax removal clinic, led by highly trained Hearcare Professionals, offers comprehensive, patient-centered services with a focus on ear health and wellness. Our experts are skilled in various ear care procedures, including thorough ear evaluations, diagnostic screenings, and state-of-the-art microsuction techniques for earwax removal.
What Is Microsuction Earwax Removal?
Microsuction is a modern, safe, and efficient method of earwax removal. It involves using a medical suction device to gently remove earwax from the ear canal.
Is Microsuction Safe?
When performed by trained and accredited Hearcare Professionals, microsuction is generally considered a safe and effective way to remove earwax. However, like any medical procedure, it carries some risk of complications.
Does the Procedure Hurt?
Most patients find microsuction to be a comfortable procedure. You may feel a slight pulling sensation and hear some noise due to the suction, but it is usually pain-free.
How Long Does the Procedure Take?
A typical microsuction session lasts about 15-30 minutes, depending on the amount and type of earwax to be removed.
Do I Need to Prep My Ears Beforehand?
Some clinics recommend using ear drops to soften the wax a few days before the procedure, but it’s not always necessary. Consult with us for personalised advice.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Possible side effects can include minor irritation, temporary hearing loss, and tinnitus. Serious complications are rare but can include ear infections or perforation.
How Much Does Microsuction Cost?
We charge £49 for one ear and £59 for both ears. We also accommodate requests for the service to be done from the comfort of your home at £75.
Can I got Back to Normal Activity After the Procedure?
Generally, yes. Most people can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure. However, it’s best to avoid swimming or inserting anything into your ears for a few days.
How Often Do I Need the Procedure?
The frequency of microsuction treatments varies from person to person. Some may need it only once every few years, while others might require more frequent visits.
Who Should Avoid Microsuction?
Microsuction may not be suitable for individuals with certain ear conditions, a history of ear surgery, or those who are currently experiencing ear infections. Always consult with a healthcare provider for an appropriate treatment plan.