Please take a few minutes to read through our website, and discover more information and details about the micro-suction earwax removal system which we use at our specialist earwax removal clinics in and around London. You will also find several five star reviews which many of our past patients have created which we recommend that read prior to booking your appointment.
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Causes of earwax
You might have earwax build-up because:
If you just have more wax in your ears than some people do naturally, or you have hairy or narrow canals (the tubes that link the eardrum and outer ear) of your age then these natural restrictions may cause earwax to become harder than normal and much more difficult to remove at home. Impacted ear wax can also be caused by hearing aids, earplugs and other things you put in your ear which can ultimately push the wax further into the ear canal.
How to tell if your ear is blocked with earwax
You can have:
earache difficulty hearing itchiness dizziness an ear infection sounds such as high-pitched tones coming from inside the ear (tinnitus) Once the earwax is removed, these symptoms usually improve.
Why micro-suction for ear wax removal London?
Earwax Microsuction is accepted across the medical profession as the safest and most comfortable method of earwax removal. With no liquids being used with micro-suction ear wax removal London there is no fuss or mess during the procedure. The fact that the ear canal is being observed throughout the process, makes it an exceptionally safe procedure. It is also a comfortable process and it is usually undertaken in a few minutes.
Can there be any complications or risks?
As previously mentioned it is important to keep as still as possible during this procedure to avoid accidental injury to the ears. Some patients may experience dizziness for a short period during and after the procedure which should pass quickly soon after.
If you are having treatment for an ear infection then the procedure may sometimes be uncomfortable, the doctor or nurse will check if you are coping with the procedure on a regular basis and cease the procedure to give you time recover before they proceed again to complete the procedure.