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Improved Hearing with Ear Wax Removal

Professional Ear Wax Removal in Horley

At Ear Wax Solution in Horley, we are trained in recognised methods to improve hearing. Ear wax coats and protects the inside of your ears, produced by glands in the outer part of the ear canal. It has a protective purpose, trapping dust and other small particles to prevent them from potentially damaging the eardrum. The amount of ear wax produced varies from person to person. To this end, we tailor our service, working with each client on a one-by-one basis to provide a solution that sensitively considers their ear structure, needs and health.

Water Irrigation

Water irrigation is a specialised technique, commonly appreciated for its efficiency. The procedure involves the controlled introduction of a gentle stream of warm water into the ear, using specialised equipment. The water helps to soften and dislodge ear wax, facilitating its easy removal. The warmth of the water aids in softening, raising effective relief. 

Water Irrigation vs Microsuction

Water irrigation and microsuction are two distinct methods employed for ear wax removal. Water irrigation involves the introduction of warm water into the ear to soften and flush out excess wax, while microsuction utilises a gentle suction device to directly remove the wax from the ear canal. Water irrigation is generally a more traditional and widely used method, offering a non-invasive and soothing experience. On the other hand, microsuction is a more modern technique that provides a precise and controlled removal process, particularly suitable for individuals with sensitive ears or those prone to ear infections. For us, assessing the individual is crucial, with expert advice, knowledge and care providing insight into our recommended technique.


Ear Syringing

Ear syringing is an unapproved alternative method of wax removal that addresses the removal of ear wax simultaneously. The warm water here is injected, using a syringe or specialised ear irrigator, helping to soften the ear wax. The ear wax is then flushed out of the ear, leaving the canal clear. Typically performed by trained professionals, this technique, applying higher pressure than others, is suited only to discreet circumstances, opted for after thorough and personal consultation.

Why Choose Water Irrigation?

  • Gentle: Water irrigation for ear wax removal is a gentle and non-invasive method, minimizing discomfort for individuals undergoing the procedure. The warm water softens the ear wax, allowing for easy and painless removal without the need for invasive techniques.

  • Efficient: The controlled introduction of warm water aids in efficient wax softening, facilitating a natural expulsion from the ear canal

  • Safe: The use of specialised equipment ensures precision,  minimising the risk of injury.


How We Work

We work sensitively, resolving your hearing discomfort through careful consultation, consolidation and application. Our expertise in the realm of practice provides us with deep insight into the various methods of ear wax removal available, allowing us to assess the benefits of each and distribute them safely. Water irrigation cannot be used on individuals with a perforated ear drum or an ear infection, or on small children or individuals who suffer from eczema or psoriasis in the ears. 

Water Irrigation Treatment At Our Ear Wax Removal Clinic in Surrey

Trust us to inflict results-driven care to your ears using our esteemed water irrigation technique. Through attentive delivery, we’ll remove build-up and foreign bodies, improving your auditory health significantly. Make an appointment through our booking system and welcome the relief of safe, effective and cost-effective ear wax removal in Horley.

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