Last Updated on 19/02/2018 by Admin
Walk In Ear Syringing London
Here, at the Microsuction Earwax Removal Centre in London, we have five centres that you can choose from where you can find ear wax removal in London. Our Professional Audiologists and senior specialist nursing staff are at hand to provide the best care when you need it the most.
Symptoms That Indicate You Need Walk In Ear Syringing London
Many people suffer the discomfort and possibly pain from symptoms associated with ear wax blockages, in many cases they do not even realise that they need treatment. If any of the following symptoms are experienced then you should immediately contact a professional Audiologist to ensure expert treatment and on no account try to 'fix it' yourself as you might do further damage to the workings of the delicate inner ear canals.
Symptoms may include itchy ears, build up of wax in the outer ear which blocks the ear canal when the individual tries to clear away the wax using baby buds or other handy implements, reduced hearing and even pain from impacting of the ear channel.
Ear Syringing Clinic
After realising they have an ear wax blockage, many people search for a walk in ear syringing clinic, because they have only ever experienced ear syringing at their local surgery. Nowadays, the old style metal ear syringe associated with school medical centres and retro hospital departments has been replaced by a modern ear irrigator pump with a jet tip. The pump has a variable, regulated pressure, but the process is essentially the same. A body temperature water jet flows through the pump in an upward motion into the ear and a low pressure suction gently draws out the softened wax easily. To find out more about this method of ear wax removal and other methods that are offered by our centres, follow our link: https://www.earwaxremoval.net/methods-of-ear-wax-removal/
Ear Syringing Complications And A Better Alternative
Many GP surgeries are withdrawing ear syringing / irrigation as a service, because according to the British Medical Journal the risk of complications is quite high:
A postal survey of 312 general practitioners who served 650 000 people in Edinburgh found that problems associated with ear syringing were failure of wax removal (29%), otitis media (17%), perforation of the ear drum (15%), and trauma to the external auditory meatus (11%)
You can find out more about this at http://www.bmj.com/content/325/7354/27
At The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network, we have left the old fashioned, risky ear syringing / irrigation behind and only offer the much safer microsuction, backed up by dry instrument removal, as a method of ear wax removal.
Our Audiologist Mr. Jason Levy and his colleagues use safer methods of removing stubborn earwax, including dry instrument removal and Microsuction. If people have tried to deal with the blockage themselves and the pain continues, we prefer to use the speed and efficiency of Microsuction at our clinics.
If you are suffering from ear wax build up, blockage in your ear canals that is resulting in discomfort or pain, whatever the cause, do not hesitate to get in touch with any of our centres where you can be assured of the best support.
Here's What Our Patients Said About Us
“Would Choose This Again”
I needed my ears syringed but the dr’s couldn’t fit me in for almost a month. There was no way I could wait that long so looked online and microsuction came up. Once there I was made to feel welcome and relaxed. The procedure was quick and easy and my hearing came back instantly. I recommend this to anyone who needs it and would choose this again if required.
Great To Hear Again!
Where To Find Us
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