Ear Wax Removal Is Back (and how to book microsuction online)

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Ear Wax Removal Is Back

We are glad to be back and we're ready to help. It has been a long process, from the sourcing of personal protective equipment (PPE), to the updating of our appointment timings and booking process.

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How We Protect You

Throughout every stage of the process, from making the booking right until the end of your appointment, we have implemented procedures that are designed to safeguard your health every step of the way.

Before being able to book, you will need to fill out a triage form that has been designed to make sure that anyone attending an appointment has no symptoms of Covid-19, and does not have a perforated ear drum. Because everybody has to do this, it means that our staff, our patients, but most importantly you will be protected.

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Wearing masks

We are also aware that people who have no symptoms of Covid-19 can be carriers, so everybody who attends an appointment will have to use a non-toxic hand sanitizer and wear a fluid-resistant Type iiR surgical mask on arrival. Our staff will also be wearing a mask, in addition to a disposable apron and disposable gloves. This has been determined by ENT UK and the Infection Prevention Society to be sufficient to prevent the transmission of Covid-19, when the patient does not have a perforated ear drum. Unfortunately, this does mean that those patients with a perforated ear drum will probably have to wait until there is a vaccine for Covid-19, or until we receive different guidance.

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Cleanliness is next to godliness

In between each appointment, we will sanitize surfaces in the treatment room, doff (take off) our used PPE and don (put on) fresh PPE. This is to ensure that the room is safe for you and all of our patients.

No sharing pens or clipboards (or phones or tablets)

Before you attend your appointment, you will need to fill in a consent form online. We used to do this during the appointment, but for your protection it is far safer to avoid sharing mobile phones and tablet computers. Your consent form is protected by several layers of security, and the data is encrypted using 256-bit AES (military grade) encryption. You will receive a link to the consent form in your confirmation and reminder emails after you book online.

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A New Way Of Booking

In order to incorporate the newly required triage form and the consent form into the booking process, as well as to provide an even greater level of security, we have completely revamped our booking system. This has been a three year process, but we are sure you will agree that it is worth it. It has been designed to make the whole booking process as seamless and as easy as possible. You simply enter your postcode and click "Find Appointments" and in about 5 seconds a list of all clinic locations and dates and times will be displayed. You can change the maximum distance and the furthest day ahead at the top of the table. Simply choose a date and location and click on the time that you would like to book. The price is displayed below the time. Check that you have selected the right place, date and time and then click "Book Now". You will then be taken to the checkout, where you can enter your details, your credit card, and any discount code (new customers can use the code 5offnew to get a £5 discount off their first booking - it's a new system, so even existing customers count as new customers!). Due to the new infection prevention procedures, our time spent per patient is at least fifty percent greater than before, and the price of PPE has risen sharply since the arrival of Covid-19, so our prices have risen accordingly. We hope the discount code will help a little.

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How To Book Your Microsuction Appointment Online

The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network is a brand of First Health Ltd, and our sister brand, Hearing First, is providing the infrastructure for the new booking system. You will start by filling in a triage form, and assuming you fulfill the necessary criteria you will then be taken to the booking page. It is currently part of our professional regulations that everybody has to fill in a triage form as part of the booking process, so we can only take online bookings at this present time. The good news is that you can see all of our appointments on the page. If the time you want is not shown, you could try waiting a few hours or perhaps try again the next day in case anybody cancels their appointment.

Please read the instructions at the top of the triage form, as it explains that you will need to bring a mobile phone with you, as we will be calling people in to the clinic one at a time. This is to prevent patients sitting together for a long time or crossing paths. We would respectfully ask you to wait outside the location until we call you on your phone. The easiest way to do this is to drive to the location and wait in your car, if you have one. However, if you must travel by public transport, please wear a mask (or at least some kind of face covering) and do your best to maintain 2 metres (about 6 feet) social distancing from other people.

Even though the government is gradually relaxing the lockdown, we have to bear in mind that Covid-19 is still out there and there isn't yet a vaccine, so please stay safe!

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Ready to book? Time to fill in the triage form

If you're ready to book, you can head over to Hearing First and fill in the triage form here. Don't forget that discount code! (To save you scrolling back it's 5offnew).

LATEST CoVid-19 UPDATE

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We Will Be Opening SOON!

On the morning of Monday 23rd March 2020 we closed all of our clinics (See Announcement), due to the government social distancing directive requiring people from different households to maintain a two metre distance from each other.

Safety of customers and staff comes first

On the evening of Sunday 22nd March, all four Audiology professional bodies jointly issued updated safety guidelines, at which point we started to inform our customers that our clinics would be temporarily closing for the foreseeable future. They said that until the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) could be determined, no face-to-face appointments should take place.

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New Professional Body Guidance Issued

On Friday 1st May, the British Society of Audiology, British Academy of Audiology, British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists and the Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Practitioners, along with input from ENT UK and the Infection Prevention Society, issued new guidance on the provision of ear wax removal and other Audiology procedures, and the PPE that will be required to carry these out safely.

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Feeling Well? Good!

Before you book your appointment, you will need to confirm that you do not feel unwell or have a cough or temperature, and likewise nobody in your household feels unwell or has a cough or temperature. We cannot at this stage perform microsuction on anyone with a perforated ear drum, and you will need to confirm that you do not have a perforated ear drum.

Appointments Spread Out

Appointments will be spread out to avoid patients crossing paths on the way in and out of the clinic, to allow the clinic room to be deep cleaned in between patients, and to allow for the donning and doffing of PPE. This means that unfortunately we will be offering fewer appointments per day. Unfortunately, this means that our prices will have to increase. We hope that you understand that this is necessary for us to be able to offer you an effective, yet safe service in the new world that we find ourselves in.

Minimising Contact Time

We will ask you to fill in a consent form and pay online at the time you book your appointment. This is to minimise contact during your appointment.

Traveling To The Clinic

We will ask you if possible to travel to the clinic by car. If you cannot come by car, please maintain a 2 metre distance from anyone who is not from your household while you travel as far as is possible. We will request that you stay outside the clinic until the time of your appointment.

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When You Arrive

When you arrive at the clinic, you will be asked to put on gloves and a mask. Our practitioner will also be wearing gloves, mask and apron. Please do not touch anything on your way in to the clinic room or in the clinic room.

Our Success Rate Is Unrivalled

We have a 99.5% success rate at removing ear 100% of ear wax. However, we have to stick to appointment times in order to allow time for us to deep clean the room and to avoid you crossing paths with someone else coming in.

After Your Appointment

In the past we have been used to shaking hands when we say goodbye after a successful procedure. Some patients have been so happy to hear, they wanted to hug us. We love the work we do, as people are often overjoyed to be able to hear properly again. However, for the time being we regret that we can't hug, shake hands or even "elbow bump", at least until a successful and effective vaccine has been developed.

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We will be reopening very soon. We are currently sourcing the correct PPE to be able to offer a service that is safe for both our patients and staff. Please bear with us and join our mailing list, if you haven't already done so, and we will contact you as soon as we are ready to take bookings.

Further Information On Coronavirus

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Government advice on Coronavirus

The Government's advice is very clear:

STAY AT HOME

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home)
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Anyone can spread the virus.

More information on the Government directive can be found here:
Full guidance on staying at home and away from others

Other trusted sources of information

NHS

The NHS has a very helpful page on symptoms of Coronavirus, how to stop infection spreading, looking after your health and wellbeing, what to do if you need medical help,, pregnancy advice, advice for people at high risk, and self-isolation. You can find that page here:
NHS information on COVID-19

World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum has a page with extensive information about people with mild or no symptoms spreading COVID-19 as well as what they are doing to help combat Coronavirus here:
People with mild or no symptoms could be spreading COVID-19

Annals of Internal Medicine

The respected journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, has a research article on the incubation people of Coronavirus. It is quite technical and in depth, but if you want to learn absolutely everything about COVID-19, the article is here:
The Incubation Period of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Up To Date

Up To Date has virtually every fact about COVID-19 , including incubation period, spectrum of illness severity, impact of age, asymptomatic infections, clinical manifestations, evaluation and diagnosis, epidemiology, virology & management and prevention here:
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

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IMPORTANT CoVid-19 ANNOUNCEMENT

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Temporary shutdown due to Coronavirus pandemic - UPDATED 4/5/2020

SEE OUR LATEST UPDATE on our plans to re-open here.

We are very sad to announce that as of the morning of Monday 23rd March 2020 we have cancelled all booked appointments and temporarily closed all of our clinics. We will not be seeing any clients for the foreseeable future due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Safety of customers and staff comes first

On the evening of Sunday 22nd March, our professional body issued updated safety guidelines, at which point we started to inform our customers that our clinics would be temporarily closing for the foreseeable future. This is for the safety of our customers and staff as it is not possible to perform ear wax removal and maintain a 2 metre (6 foot) separation between patient and practitioner.

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Government Coronavirus Announcement

The Government announcement on the evening of Monday 23rd March confirmed that we had taken the right action. Although the government guidance (see below) allows people to go outside for "health reasons", we interpret this to mean exercising in the fresh air either alone or with those people who you live with, while maintaining a 6 foot distance from any person that you do not live with, OR to seek medical attention. While we are strong proponents of the physical and mental health benefits of being able to hear properly, and while microsuction ear wax removal is considered very safe, it is not possible to carry out the procedure while maintaining a 6 foot distance between patient and practitioner, potentially putting both at risk of contracting Coronavirus.

CoVid-19 and Microsuction Ear Wax Removal

The latest information on CoVid-19 suggests that people can transmit the virus during the incubation period, which can last between 4 and 14 days from the time of initial exposure. During this time, they will show no symptoms, but can be passing on the virus to people in close proximity (around 2 metres or 6 feet). Approximately 60% of people who contract the virus , mostly children and young adults, will show mild or no symptoms. However, 40% will become ill, 14% will have severe symptoms (for example, difficulty breathing, hypoxia, or more than 50% lung involvement on imaging within 24 to 48 hours), while 5% will be critical and require life support. Those who are older or who have underlying health conditions, such as (but not limited to) diabetes, severe asthma or high blood pressure are far more likely to suffer severe or critical symptoms, It is just not possible to know who has the virus and who doesn't, and as many of our clients fall into an at-risk group, we feel that the safest thing to do is to follow Government directives and completely avoid any procedures that involve the patient and practitioner being within 2m (6ft) of each other, unless it is for the preservation of life. Clearly, while ear wax removal, including microsuction, is important for the physical and mental wellbeing of our patients, as well as enabling them to communicate with family and friends during this extended period of isolation, we are unequivocal in our belief that the clear benefits of microsuction ear wax removal do not outweigh the very real risk of patient or practitioner contracting Coronavirus.

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Further Information On Coronavirus

coronavirus microsuction ear wax removal stay at home protect the nhs save lives

Government advice on Coronavirus

The Government's advice is very clear:

STAY AT HOME

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home)
  • Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Anyone can spread the virus.

More information on the Government directive can be found here:
Full guidance on staying at home and away from others

Other trusted sources of information

NHS

The NHS has a very helpful page on symptoms of Coronavirus, how to stop infection spreading, looking after your health and wellbeing, what to do if you need medical help,, pregnancy advice, advice for people at high risk, and self-isolation. You can find that page here:
NHS information on COVID-19

World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum has a page with extensive information about people with mild or no symptoms spreading COVID-19 as well as what they are doing to help combat Coronavirus here:
People with mild or no symptoms could be spreading COVID-19

Annals of Internal Medicine

The respected journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, has a research article on the incubation people of Coronavirus. It is quite technical and in depth, but if you want to learn absolutely everything about COVID-19, the article is here:
The Incubation Period of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Up To Date

Up To Date has virtually every fact about COVID-19 , including incubation period, spectrum of illness severity, impact of age, asymptomatic infections, clinical manifestations, evaluation and diagnosis, epidemiology, virology & management and prevention here:
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

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Coping With Ear Wax During The Coronavirus Lockdown

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How to cope with ear wax during the CoVid-19 Lockdown

Now more than ever, it is imperative that we follow government guidelines to stay 2 metres (around 6 feet) apart to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (CoVid-19), and save lives by protecting the NHS.

However, if you have a blocked ear sensation and can't hear, it can be frustrating, uncomfortable, and can make you feel even more isolated at this time when we are being told to have no social contact with people that do not live in the same household. But what can you do?

Self-Help For Blocked Ears

Having the sensation of blocked ears does not necessarily mean you have an ear wax blockage. Here are the symptoms of an ear wax blockage:

Symptoms of an ear wax blockage

  • earache
  • difficulty hearing
  • itchiness
  • dizziness
  • an ear infection
  • sounds such as high-pitched tones coming from inside the ear

(Souce NHS.uk)

Having one or more symptoms doesn't necessarily mean you have an ear wax blockage. For instance, itchiness without any other symptom is most likely a symptom of dry skin in the ear canal or entrance to the ear. While earache and difficulty hearing could be symptoms of an ear wax blockage, but could equally be symptoms of a Eustachian Tube Dysfunction or a middle ear infection.

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How To Distinguish Between An Ear Wax Blockage and Other Ear Problems

The only way to definitively diagnose an ear wax blockage is to have a history taken and a physical examination of the outer ear, canal entrance, ear canal and ear drum using an otoscope or ENT microscope performed by a Doctor, Audiologist or ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) Specialist. Only a professional with the necessary training and experience can properly distinguish between the many ear conditions that have the same or similar symptoms to an ear wax blockage. For instance:

  • Earache, difficulty hearing, itching in and around the ear and a feeling of fullness in the ear can be symptoms of an ear wax blockage, but if there is also a temperature of 38C  or above, discharge running out of the ear and feeling sick and lethargic, it is more likely to be an ear infection (see more at NHS.uk).
  • Diziness, hearing loss in one or both ears, earache in one or both ears, tinnitus (ringing, hissing or whooshing in the ears), and a feeling of fullness in one or both ears can be symptoms of an ear wax blockage, but is there is a clicking or popping sound when you swallow, it could possibly be a Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (see more at Ear Wax Removal Network
  • Dizziness, tinnitus, a one sided hearing loss, and possibly a feeling of fullness in the same ear can be symptoms of an ear wax blockage, but if the hearing loss fluctuates they are more likely to be symptoms of an ear problem called Ménière's disease (see more about Ménière's at The Ménière's Society and  NHS.uk). What makes it more complicated is that Ménière's can sometimes show only one or two symptoms, or it can display all of the symptoms.

The main distinguishing factor between ear wax and the three ear problems listed above (as well as other ear problems) is the presence of ear wax! Bear in mind that sometimes, after ear wax is confirmed to be present, one or more symptoms may still persist following its removal:  this is an indicator that ear wax wasn't the only problem initially. So, how can you check that ear wax is present when you can't see inside your own ears?

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Self-Diagnosing Ear Wax Blockages

It should be stressed at this point that the best way to diagnose an ear wax blockage is to see a Doctor, Audiologist or ENT Specialist. However, you can comply with the government's directive on social distancing by checking your own ears. Now, you may have images of using two mirrors and a torch, and twisting your neck at an odd angle to get a look in your ears, but in this age of modern technology that is no longer necessary. You can get a Wireless Otoscope Camera from Amazon and along with an app on your iPhone or Android phone, you can see if you have ear wax or not. This is available at a fraction of the price of professional video otoscopes or video endoscopes, but one of the biggest differences is that it is not designed to be used by more than one person. In a professional Audiology practice, disposable specula, or a high-level disinfectant like Tristel Duo would be used to prevent cross infection between patients. At the moment it is difficult, if not impossible, to source the appropriate disinfectant products to enable you to share one of these consumer-grade video otoscopes, and we would strongly advise against using a video otoscope if you have a discharging ear (liquid running out of your ear). Tristel Duo is difficult to get hold of, unless you are a healthcare professional. However, once supplies of disinfectant products are restored, you can use something like Clinell Sporicidal Wipes if you are planning to share the video otoscope, or if you want to save money and will only be using the instrument yourself, you could use Clinell Universal Wipes, which are designed for the cleaning and disinfection of non-invasive medical devices . 

We found this Wireless Video Otoscope on Amazon. There are a number of video otoscopes available on Amazon, but many of them have a wide tip (over 5mm), connect using a wire, which tends to get in the way, and are difficult to orient, so you can't tell which way is up, down, left or right. This one has a narrower (4.3mm) tip, so it's easier to get it in the ear, but bear in mind that the professional ear endoscopes are just 2.8mm wide! It also has gyroscopes to keep the picture oriented. Although it may come with various attachments that purport to be designed for ear wax removal, we would warn that unless you have been trained in endoscopic ear wax removal, it's best to leave this to a professional as you may end up exacerbating the blockage, or at worst injuring yourself. Our unequivocal advice: just use it to confirm whether you have ear wax.

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Home Ear Wax Removal Methods

So, let's assume you have confirmed that you have an ear wax blockage, and have taken our advice not to try scooping it out yourself. What safer methods are there that, given enough tiime, might actually work?

Ear Drops / Sprays

Earol really is the king of ear wax removal products. You might think it's like any kind of olive oil, but that would be doing it a disservice. Firstly, it is sterile - you don't want to be putting non-sterile olive oil into your ear, as it can in some instances lead to an infection - and it is very fine, helping it to disperse in the ear canal and penetrate the ear wax blockage. It is in a spray, meaning it can easily get into all the nooks and crannies without you having to put your head on a side, so the wax won't get pulled deeper into your ear by gravity, and it can be used for up to 6 months before you need to dispose of it - all other ear drops have to be discarded after 28 days.

The Earol spray has a safety nozzle and should always be used when spraying into the ear. To make it easier to insert the safety nozzle, you can pull back gently on the ear to help open the entrance to the canal. We recommend to wipe the nozzle after use to keep it clean.

may at first make the blockage feel worse

Sometimes, Earol may at first make the blockage feel worse - this is due to the fine olive oil spray finding gaps in the wax blockage and temporarily filling them. Don't worry - this means that the Earol is gently softening and loosening the wax. Keep using it, and given enough time, it should eventually work. You may need to use 1 or 2 squirts of Earol twice a day.

Other Ear Drops

We generally do not recommend other ear drops, as they require you to lie down on your side, and as the wax softens there is a good chance that the ear wax can get pulled further into your ear by gravity.

with extended use can leave you open to an opportunistic ear infection

Sodium bicarbonate (bicarbonate of soda / baking soda) ear drops

Sodium bicarbonate ear drops are very effective at softening ear wax. They are generally safe to use for a few days before an ear wax removal procedure, but because they are quite alkaline, with extended use they can alter the normally acidic pH level of the skin of the ear canal leaving you open to an opportunistic outer ear infection. This can be painful and inconvenient at the best of times, and we would suggest while it is never a good time to get an ear infection, now is definitely not the time.

very aggressively soften ear wax... can cause severe pain

Hydrogen peroxide ear drops

Many proprietary ear drop formulae contain hydrogen peroxide (which may be listed as urea hydrogen peroxide). These very aggressively soften ear wax, and because you have to leave your head on a side for the drops to penetrate into the ear canal, they often worsen the blockage and leave a film of soft, jelly-like ear wax on your ear drum, and can completely seal the ear canal. Some people find that having even a dilute concentration of hydrogen peroxide against their skin, even for a short time, can cause severe pain. Sometimes, the aggressive ear wax softening action can cause the ear wax to come out by itself. However, often the mixture of ear wax and ear drops including hydrogen peroxide will not come out on its own and can cause prolonged pain and hearing loss. Again, we suggest that now is not the time to be performing chemistry experiments in your ear.

risk that the water can push the wax further in

Ear syringe / Bulb syringe

You can find ear syringes to buy online, and some branded ear drops come with a bulb syringe. The idea is that the ear drops soften the ear wax and you can then use the bulb syringe to flush out your ear, and hopefully the ear wax will come out. While undoubtedly this works for some people, there is a risk that the water can push the wax further into your ear, potentially leading to discomfort, pain and/or worsened hearing. There is also the issue of the water not being sterile, meaning that you ought to first boil and cool the water before using the syringe. Using non-sterile water can in some instances cause an outer ear infection.

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Dealing With The Hearing Loss

One of the most frustrating things about having a blocked ear is not being able to hear. Assuming that you have confirmed there is a full ear wax blockage, then the loss of hearing is most likely down to the wax blockage. However, if the ear is only partially blocked with wax, then there is likely to be another problem causing the hearing loss; or if there is no wax at all, then the hearing loss is definitely being caused by something else.

Assuming that ear wax has been confirmed as the cause of the hearing problem, we call this a temporary conductive hearing loss, and your hearing will usually return to its regular level after we remove the ear wax blockage. However, as the government's social distancing directive means it is not possible to get your ear wax removed, in order to be able to hear you could try purchasing a Bluetooth bone conduction headset. Instead of the sound reaching your eardrum via your ear canal, the sound bypasses the ear canal and the eardrum and goes straight to your inner ear via the zygomatic bone (cheekbone). The headset pairs via Bluetooth to your mobile phone, enabling to you make and receive calls. In addition, there are apps on the Google Play Store and the iPhone ® App Store that turn the microphone of your Android or iOS phone or tablet into a hearing aid and play the sound through headphones. We have recommended three headsets at different price points, and one free app each for Android and iPhone below, but unfortunately cannot provide any technical support to get them working.

Stay tuned for Part 2!

Ear Wax Removal Edgware New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Ear Wax Removal Edgware New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for all our London and Hertfordshire microsuction clinics. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. If not, we may have some Out Of Hours or Urgent appointments available on the day. Note that this availability is correct as of Monday 24th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

How To Book

CALL ON 0800 1 337 987

BOOK ONLINE

Ear Wax Removal Edgware Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Location: Ear Wax Removal Edgware Care Chemist, 31 The Broadway, Mill Hill, London NW7 3DA

Date: Monday 31st December

Time:
Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00am - 4:00 pm

Please call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm on Monday to Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:30pm on Friday, and  8:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday

You can also book online up to midnight Wednesday 26th December for Thursday 27th December at:

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK BEFORE NEW YEARS EVE 2018 EAR WAX REMOVAL

Ear Wax Removal Watford New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Ear Wax Removal Watford New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for all our London and Hertfordshire microsuction clinics. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. If not, we may have some Out Of Hours or Urgent appointments available on the day. Note that this availability is correct as of Monday 24th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

How To Book

CALL ON 0800 1 337 987

BOOK ONLINE

Ear Wax Removal Watford Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Location: Ear Wax Removal Watford Riverside Pharmacy, 135 High Street, Rickmansworth WD3 1AR

Date: Friday 28th December

Time:
Microsuction One or Two Ears: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Please call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm on Monday to Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:30pm on Friday, and  8:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday

You can also book online up to midnight Thursday 27th December for Friday 28th December at:

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK BEFORE NEW YEARS EVE 2018 EAR WAX REMOVAL

Ear Wax Removal Hertfordshire New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Ear Wax Removal Hertfordshire New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for all our London and Hertfordshire microsuction clinics. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. If not, we may have some Out Of Hours or Urgent appointments available on the day. Note that this availability is correct as of Monday 24th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

How To Book

CALL ON 0800 1 337 987

BOOK ONLINE

Ear Wax Removal Hertfordshire Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Location: Ear Wax Removal Hertfordshire Natural Health, 36 Wigmores North, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL8 6PH

Date: Thursday 27th December

Time:
Microsuction Out of Hours: 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Please call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm on Monday to Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:30pm on Friday, and  8:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday

You can also book online up to midnight Wednesday 26th December for Thursday 27th December at:

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK BEFORE NEW YEARS EVE 2018 EAR WAX REMOVAL

Ear Wax Removal North London New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Ear Wax Removal North London New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for all our London and Hertfordshire microsuction clinics. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. If not, we may have some Out Of Hours or Urgent appointments available on the day. Note that this availability is correct as of Monday 24th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

How To Book

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Ear Wax Removal North London Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Location: Ear Wax Removal North London Cootes Pharmacy 166=168 High Road, East Finchley, London N2 9AS

Date: Thursday 27th December

Time:
Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00am - 5:00 pm
Microsuction Out of Hours: 5:00pm
Microsuction Urgent: 5:30pm

Please call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm on Monday to Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:30pm on Friday, and  8:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday

You can also book online up to midnight Wednesday 26th December for Thursday 27th December at:

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Ear Wax Removal London New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Ear Wax Removal New Years Eve 2018 Opening Times

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for all our London and Hertfordshire microsuction clinics. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. If not, we may have some Out Of Hours or Urgent appointments available on the day. Note that this availability is correct as of Monday 24th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

How To Book

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Ear Wax Removal London Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Location: 3-5 Melcombe Street, London NW1 6AE

Date: Saturday 29th December

Time: Microsuction Out Of Hours: 10:00am - 4:00 pm

Date: Monday 31st December

Time: Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00am - 5:00 pm

Please call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm on Monday to Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:30pm on Friday, and  8:30 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday

You can also book online up to midnight Friday 28th December for Saturday 29th December and up to midnight on Sunday 30th December for Monday 31st December at:

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Ear Wax Removal London Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018/2019

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network

Updated 30th December 2018

Ear Wax Removal London Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

New Years Eve is a time when we make the effort to spend time with our families, friends and loved ones, but an ear wax blockage can make it very difficult to get the most out of that time. We appreciate that it can be hard to find a reliable ear wax removal service in London in the run up to New Years Eve, and so to make life that little bit easier, here are our last minute holiday opening dates and times, for our central London microsuction clinic. These last minute appointments are limited and demand is high, so please book in advance if possible. Note that this availability is correct as of Sunday 30th December, and appointments will be booked on a first come, first served basis.

We have clinics in Central London (Baker Street) and North London (Mill Hill) open on 31st December 2018

How To Book

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Baker Street Central London NW1 Ear Wax Removal Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Date: Monday 31st December

Location: Berkeley Court Pharmacy, 3-5 Melcombe Street, London NW1 6AE

Times:

Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00am - 5:00 pm

Spaces are limited, so we recommend you beat the queue and book online (up to midnight Sunday 30th December) at:

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK BEFORE NEW YEARS EVE  2018 EAR WAX REMOVAL

From Monday morning, you can also call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm on Monday 31st December.

North London NW7 (Mill Hill) Ear Wax Removal Last Chance Before New Years Eve 2018

Date: Monday 31st December

Location: Care Chemist, 31 The Broadway, London NW7 3DA

Times:

Microsuction One or Two Ears: 10:00am - 5:00 pm

Spaces are limited, so we recommend you beat the queue and book online (up to midnight Sunday 30th December) at:

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK BEFORE NEW YEARS EVE  2018 EAR WAX REMOVAL

From Monday morning, you can also call us on 0800 1 337 987 to book.  Our call centre is open from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm on Monday 31st December.

Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network
Happy Holidays from Jason and the team at The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network