Professional removal of ear wax by skilled specialists performed in Ruislip
VIP Hearing Solutions is owned by Nick Clive and Mo Khan – who both have a wealth of experience in the hearing industry.
Nick Clive began his Audiology career in 1999 at King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor. He then completed examinations with merit over 3 years and worked for PC Werth Ltd who previously represented Widex in the UK. In 2005, he passed the hearing aid council examinations to dispense privately. Nick also practices as the Chief of Audiology at 150 Harley Street. He specialises in the management of individuals with complex hearing problems and is an expert at hearing aid fittings.
Mo Khan completed his Audiology education at the University of Southampton and achieved the highest accolade of a First-Class Honours degree. He started his career within the NHS and has worked across the country including Dorset, Northern Ireland and Chelsea and Westminster. Mo takes a special interest in hearing aid technology, balance disorders, wax removal, and the management of tinnitus and complex hearing problems. Mo is also the Deputy Chief of Audiology at 150 Harley Street - London's most renowned location for medical care.
At VIP Hearing, we have been delivering wax removal for many years
We use one of mainly two techniques:
Microsuction: using an ENT grade suction unit, and a high-quality microscope for enhanced visualisation of the procedure.
Instrumentation: using Jobson Horne single use tools.
Write to us as soon as you can to book a treatment in Ruislip
Excessive ear wax causes symptoms in 1 in 15 in the UK and can often be inaccurately assumed to be hearing loss.
The excessive production of ear wax is a benign phenomenon to protect your ears from infection, instrusion and dirt.
Your reliable ear wax removal service in Ruislip.
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.
Get microsuction ear wax removal in Ruislip today!
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 Ruislip 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 !
View ear wax removal methods and treatments