London Hearing - Wimpole Street
Microsuction Ear Wax Removal in London
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Effective earwax removal by experienced audiologists conducted in our Wimpole Street clinic
Our Wimpole Street ear care clinic practices pain-free ear wax removal in a well looked after setting.
Is there pressure build up in your ears? By making a visit to our Wimpole Street clinic you will receive pain-free treatment.
Contact us when convenient to book an appointment at our Wimpole Street clinic
Too much ear wax disturbs 1 in 15 people in the UK and can often be confused with permanent hearing loss.
The build up of ear wax is an entirely natural phenomenon to guard your ears from the harmful intrusion of dirt and other small objects.
Your reliable ear wax removal service in Wimpole Street.
Ear wax is part of our body's natural defence system. It helps to prevent infections of the ear and catches foreign objects which may enter the ear such as dust or debris.
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Small amounts of ear wax are usually fine and maintain a healthy ear canal; A larger build-up can lead to the ear being blocked, which leads to reduced hearing.
Some common symptoms of excessive ear wax are pain, itching of the ear, ringing and hearing loss.
How Ear Wax Removal in London can benefit you
To avoid long term damage to the ear, wax removal should not be attempted at home. Usually this leads to pushing the ear wax further into the ear canal, leading to more hearing loss and pain, and making it more difficult to remove. Avoid self-made ear wax removal methods at all costs !
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COVID-19 notice for London
Please beware that some clinics do not operate at full capacity.
- You might be required to wear a face mask at your appointment.
Please do not come to your appointment if :
To find official information on Covid-19, please visit the Coronavirus (COVID-19) government website.
For latest information NHS Test and Trace, please visit the NHS Test and Trace website.
For more information on earwax, please visit the NHS guide to earwax build-up.
To learn more about audiology and hearing loss, please visit the British Society of Audiology website.