Same-day professional ear wax removal in Lambeth
Is your hearing affected by ear wax? Book an appointment for safe and effective ear wax removal from Lambeth and restore your hearing today with our quick and painless microsuction procedure.
Microsuction is the ideal method for ear wax removal, offering several advantages:
Safety: Trained professionals use gentle suction, minimizing the risk of injury or damage to the ear canal.
Efficacy: Microsuction is highly effective at removing even the most stubborn ear wax, including impacted wax.
Comfort: The procedure is painless and non-invasive, with no discomfort from instruments inserted in the ear.
Reliability: Microsuction produces consistent results and is a trusted method for people with hearing aids or sensitive ear structures.
If you need ear wax removal, microsuction is the preferred choice for safety, effectiveness, comfort, and reliability. Book your appointment today.
What is ear wax?
Ear wax, scientifically known as cerumen, is a naturally occurring substance produced by glands in the ear canal. It is a blend of oils, dead skin cells, and hair that helps to moisturize the ear canal, prevent infection, and capture dirt and debris. Although ear wax has its benefits, it can occasionally accumulate and cause symptoms such as hearing loss, pain, ringing in the ear, and a foul odor. In such situations, it is essential to have the ear wax extracted by a healthcare professional using a safe and effective method such as microsuction.
Symptoms of excess wax buildup
The symptoms of earwax build-up can vary from person to person. However, some common signs include:
- Hearing loss: When earwax accumulates, it can partially or entirely block the ear canal, leading to a reduction in hearing ability.
- Ear pain: Impacted earwax can cause discomfort and pressure in the ear.
- Tinnitus: Ringing, buzzing, or other noises in the ear can indicate earwax build-up.
- Vertigo: A feeling of dizziness or unsteadiness can occur when earwax presses against the inner ear.
- Discharge: A yellow or brown discharge from the ear can be a sign of an infection caused by impacted earwax.
If you experience any of these symptoms, it is recommended to book a microsuction appointment to address the issue.
Ear syringing in Lambeth
Ear syringing, a technique that involves forcefully squirting water into the ear canal to remove wax, can be harmful if not performed correctly. Incorrect execution can lead to eardrum damage or pushing earwax deeper into the canal, causing blockages and discomfort. Due to the associated risks, we do not provide ear syringing.
Microsuction, on the other hand, is a safer and more efficient method of removing earwax. It is fast, secure, and has a low risk of complications, making it the preferred method for earwax removal.
Ear candling Lambeth
Ear candling, a technique that involves placing a hollow candle in the ear canal and lighting it, is not recommended by medical professionals for earwax removal. This approach can cause ear damage, and the residue left behind can be challenging to remove, leading to blockages. The heat generated by the candle can also burn or rupture the eardrum.
Microsuction is regarded as the best option for earwax removal because it is fast, safe, and has a low risk of complications.
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Ear wax removal at home
No worries if you cannot visit our clinic. We will bring the clinic to you. Fill our booking form and we will call you in a few minutes to arrange a convenient time for you. Prices from £180.