Earwax is a naturally produced substance found in the ear canal.
The quantity produced varies greatly between individuals. Hard wax is common amongst the elderly and those who wear hearing aids. For many people, earwax may not cause a problem to their daily lives. Wax may also need to be removed in order to take a impression of the ear canal for new hearing aid moulds.
For more information on earwax removal and microsuction visit www.microsuction.co.uk
The Microsuction Procedure
Microsuction was first developed in the 19th century. (However, we can assure you we now use the most modern equipment!)
A specialist will look straight into the ear canal using a microscope and a very fine suction device at low pressure is used to remove the wax. This is the safest form of wax removal and the most successful.Signs of excessive earwax
> Tinnitus...noises in the ear
> Current hearing aids starting to whistle
> Your own voice sounds as if in your head
> Itchy ears
Simply contact us today for an appointment.
Call 01782 505666 or, if lines are busy or out of hours, freephone 0800 389 2059. Please quote reference WB EN 01 when you call.