Micro Suction Ear Wax Removal Clinic Locations

Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Clinic Locations

Map of Ear Wax Removal Micro Suction London Clinic Locations. Information On Where To Get Microsuction In London And Details Of Where To Get Ear Wax Removal London
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Syringing (Irrigation) vs Microsuction

Many people have only ever experienced syringing by a nurse at their GP surgery. It is now more accurately known as irrigation, as the old stirrup syringe has been replaced by a regulated water pump with a specially adapted spray head. These irrigation pumps are based on the high pressure water pump dental flossers (for example, the Waterpik ® Ultra) that are so popular nowadays. However, using such high pressure water is not without its consequences. Possible complications of ear wax removal by irrigation are perforation of the ear drum, outer ear infection, and further impaction of the ear wax. The pumps used for ear irrigation are not particularly suited to continuous operation either, and they frequently break down. On top of that, many GP surgeries are withdrawing their irrigation services, because of the potential complications.

Microsuction (also known as ear wax suction), which we use at the Earwax Removal Network, avoids these complications as the microsuction practitioner wears surgical loupes (special binocular microscopes) that magnify and illuminate the ear canal throughout the entire procedure and allow the ear wax to be accurately targeted. Alternatively, some of our practitioners may use an ear endoscope (a thin camera lens with a built in fibre optic light) with a small video screen to see where the wax is in your ear. Once the wax is located it is removed using a gentle medical suction pump that is safely used in medical procedures every day.