• Sarah Morgan

Aural micro ear syringing

Microsuction Earwax Removal

Microsuction earwax removal is performed using a microscope to see what we are doing, and a medical suction device to suck out the wax. A very thin steel fitting is fitted to the end of the suction tube which allows us to gently suck out the earwax from your canal.

The first part of the process is a questionnaire in relation to ear health, ear surgeries and any previous experience, We will then will examine your ear using a microsope and, using the low pressure suction device, safely remove the blockage. We will use a video otoscope to show you the condition of the ear before and after the treatment.

Why Micro Suction?

Micro suction is accepted across the medical profession as the safest and most comfortable method of earwax removal. With no liquids being used there is no fuss or mess during the procedure. The fact that the ear canal is being observed throughout the process, makes it an exceptionally safe procedure. It is also a comfortable process and it is usually undertaken in a few minutes.

Article: ConnectHearing accessed 19/3/2018

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