ear wax removal
In recent years, the need for private ear wax removal in London has grown. With long NHS waiting lists, many of our customers prefer our same-day home visit service. Alternatively you can be seen at our clinic at 10 Harley Street. With over 10 years experience, we know how to remove ear wax safely and painlessly.
our fees (both ears)
ear wax removal (microsuction)
removal of foreign body
children's ear wax removal (under 12)
treatment of ear infection
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emergency appointment (21:00 - 07:00)
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We provide a comprehensive ear cleaning service. This includes:
- Removal of foreign bodies from the ear canal in both children and adults
- Ear wax removal for patients who have had ear surgery (e.g. grommets or mastoid cavities)
We also accept GP referrals.
- 24 hour ear wax removal in London
- Same day appointments available
- We treat both children & adult patients
- Over 10 years experience in ear care
- Regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
how to remove ear wax
As medical professionals working in ENT we get asked “How to remove ear wax?” almost everyday. We only practice and promote microsuction as this is the most effective way of maintaining aural hygiene.
‘Micro’ – because we use microscopes, ‘suction’ – because we use a finely calibrated suction device, to vacuum out the wax.
Our microsuction equipment is the best in class. We use Carl Zeiss optics and suction units designed and manufactured by DeVilBiss Healthcare, who are world leaders in the production of medical devices for the ENT professional.
Occasionally, when microsuction alone is not possible, we use a combination of fine instruments and eardrops; for example, in cases of impacted ear wax or removing a foreign body.
The procedure will normally take a maximum of 20 minutes. The most you should feel is a gentle pulling sensation as your ear is being cleaned.
We only practice microsuction, which is the NHS gold-standard for ear wax removal and is supported by NICE guidance.
Unlike ear candling, syringing or irrigation, microsuction ear wax removal has a significantly lower risk of causing damage to your eardrum. This is because the procedure is performed under direct vision and avoids the use of any liquids at high pressure.
The ear canal is a highly sensitive structure measuring approximately 7mm in diameter and 25mm in length. With such a small cavity to work in, microsuction above other methods has proven to be safer, cleaner and better tolerated by our patients.
Once the procedure is complete, our patients notice an immediate relief of their symptoms and often an instant improvement in hearing, from the comfort of their home.