EAR WAX REMOVAL

Ear Wax Removal appointments are available at our Shawlands or Burnside Clinic.

Our Ear Wax Removal Specialists team are fully qualified and are regulated by the HCPC & BSHAA. We safely remove your excess ear wax.

Whilst ear wax, also known as cerumen, is a natural substance that the ears produce to help protect the ear canal and eardrum, it must be managed properly for ears and hearing devices to work efficiently. If wax becomes excessive or impacted it can affect both your natural hearing and hinder the performance of your hearing device. We would therefore recommend the removal of excess wax.
Same Day Bookings are available. Book Online for your convenience.

There is ample parking at both our clinics.

Ear wax removal is £39 for one or £59 both ears.

Struggling to find an appointment online?

If you are unable to find an appoinment online for your desired date don't hesitate to give us a call. We have more availability if you phone our clinic directly. Let us arrange the perfect time for you.

Micosuction Ear Wax Removal

Safe, Quick & Easy. Micro-suction is a newer technique of ear wax removal. This procedure is safely conducted using a set of binocular loupes and a very fine sterile suction device which uses a low pressure suction to remove the wax.

This method is preferred because unlike traditional forms of wax removal, using ear wax softening drops beforehand is not always necessary and in most cases the wax can be removed safely within minutes.

Ear Wax is removed in minutes with the micro-suction method and is pain-free. Microsuction is considered the safest method of wax removal when used by a trained professional.

Our Hearing Aid Dispensers are also fully qualified in the effective techniques of ear wax removal, such as micro-suction and water irrigation.

Should micro-suction not be suitable for you, or if you prefer the water irrigation method, we can also perform this.

Ear Irrigation

Irrigation is an ear wax removal technique that involves a low pressure and controlled steady stream of warm water into the ear canal. This flushes out the build up of wax in the ear canal.

People often refer to irrigation as syringing, which is not quite correct. Ear wax removal by irrigation is via an electronic irrigator which regulates the pressure of water used. It is much safer than the old syringes where it was difficult to regualte the pressure manually.

Give us a call at Shawlands 0141 649 4897 or Burnside 0141 647 6655