Not being able to hear clearly is frustrating and can seriously impact an individual’s general well-being. Ear Wax is a completely normal occurrence but an excess or build-up of this natural phenomenon can leave an individual struggling to hear effectively. Professional Ear wax removal can be safely carried out in three different ways by a highly skilled, dedicated team of experienced Technicians. Manual Extraction, Irrigation and Microsuction are the three quite different methods that can be as equally effective if carried out by a skilled professional. Only after a thorough consultation will these elite specialists determine which method will suit each individual client. The Manual Extraction procedure is undertaken using a long, thin, specially designed instrument that is carefully inserted into the ear canal so that the ear wax is dislodged from the ear.
Using the Irrigation method involves the fully qualified, experienced Technician flushing warm water through the ear canal to allow the wax to be gently removed with the use of an ear irrigator. The third method using Microsuction is probably the safest and cleanest way to remove a build up of ear wax.
First signs of a build up of ear wax usually include, muffled hearing, mild tinnitus, a strange feeling of fullness inside your ear and even sudden loss of hearing after a shower or swimming. If you experience any of these symptoms speak to the experts who can do a full assessment of your hearing.