Ear wax removal around Buckingham

What is ear wax?

Ear wax is a sticky substance produced naturally to help clean, lubricate and protect your ears. The wax will normally work its way out of the ear and eventually new fresh wax will take its place.

In some cases the ear wax can build up in the ear canal bringing on the following symptoms :-

  • Earache
  • Hearing lossear wax removal earache
  • A feeling of fullness
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Irritation
  • Hearing aids become blocked or start to whistle

A build up of ear wax can be extremely frustrating and upsetting but its important not to use cotton buds or other methods of self cleaning.

If you do have any of the above symptoms or are concerned the best thing to do is seek medical advice. Your two main options are to get in touch with your local GP surgery or a hearing health centre.

You could go to see your GP or practice nurse for advice and ear wax removal. This service is free but it may take several weeks to get an appointment for the wax removal. In many instances we are discovering that ear wax removal around Buckingham and the surrounding area is slowly being phased out from GP surgeries.

As an alternative you could visit a private clinic. Increasingly many patients looking for ear wax removal around Buckingham are using our services at The Hearing Clinic Milton Keynes for a professional and instant solution to ear wax removal. We are approximately a 20 minute drive from Buckingham. To book your appointment directly into our clinic follow the simple steps below.

Is ear wax removal safe?

It is important to realise that syringing of the ears DOES NOT take place any more. It was phased out a long time ago and should not be attempted. You should never attempt to remove the ear wax yourself and always seek medical advice.

The Hearing Clinic Milton Keynes specialise in the two main methods of clearing ear wax from the ears. Electronic irrigation and micro-suction. Both procedures are perfectly safe and often it is patient preference that decides which to go for. However in some cases one particular technique may be more suitable and if this is the case, your ear care specialist at The Hearing Clinic MK will advise on the most appropriate method of ear wax removal.


Electronic Irrigation

The process of irrigation involves introducing a flow of water at low pressure into the ear canal to clean out the ear wax. The water is at the same temperature as your body. It is a completely safe and painless procedure.

At The Hearing Clinic Milton Keynes all ear wax removal is carried out according to guidance approved by the Royal College of GP’s the Royal College of Nurses the Primary Ear Care Centre and the Medical Devices Agency as well as being approved by BSHAA.

Our ear wax removal service is provided by a Clinical Ear Care Specialist so you have peace of mind that you are being treated by an expert.

Our ear irrigation treatment is charged at £45 for one or both ears 


 Microsuction

Increasingly microsuction has become a preferred method of ear wax removal amongst medical professionals and patients alike. Microsuction is a system which uses suction to clear out any debris or wax from the ear canal. A fine suction tube is gently inserted into the ear canal while being observed via magnification.

Our micro-suction treatment is charged at £65 for one or both ears

Our microsuction procedure is approved by the Audiology and life sciences department at Aston university.


Important note: Before making you’re appointment please treat the affected ear(s) with 1-2 drops of olive oil for a period of 3 nights prior treatment.

Booking an appointment has never been easier. Our on-line booking system allows you to book directly into our clinic diary. It is simply a case of browsing through the diary and picking the appointment type and time that suits you best. Alternatively please call or text 07599 095 465. You can also contact us by email sham@thehearingclinicmk.co.uk. If you have any questions fill out an enquiry form here and we will soon be in touch.

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In circumstances where the professional has carried out an ear health check but finds there is no ear wax to remove an consultation charge of £30 will still apply.