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NHS Accredited | Ear Wax Removal Glasgow & Edinburgh| Microsuction & Irrigation

All our practitioners are NHS Accredited Aural Care Specialists. Your appointment includes consultation, wax removal and an ear health check. Wax is removed on the day at your appointment. Where necessary we can liaise with your GP or ENT. Wax removal procedures include Microsuction, Water Irrigation & Instrumentation.

Ear Wax Removal Specialists in Glasgow & Edinburgh 

During your ear wax removal appointment, an NHS Accredited Aural Care Specialist conducts a thorough examination. They use the latest camera equipment to capture before and after images of your ear canal. Depending on your wax type, we employ microsuction, irrigation, instrumentation or a combination of these techniques for effective & safe wax removal. The session concludes with an ear health check to confirm your ears are in optimal condition. Where necessary we can liaise with your GP or ENT.

Ear Wax Removal £60 (1 or 2 ears)

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Trusted with over 18,440 ears and with over 1028 reviews on Google & Trustpilot. 

EARS Clinics are among the few licensed clinics in Glasgow and Edinburgh, trained for ear wax removal in kids.

Don't suffer in silence. We often have same day appointment due to last minute cancellations.

If you are unable to attend our clinics, we can come to your home or work. 

Trained Aural Care Specialists 

EARS Clinics are NHS Accredited Aural Care Specialists, specialising in Ear Health Care and Ear Wax Removal in Newton Mearns, Stepps & South Queensferry. Our practitioners are trained in all approved methods for wax removal in both adults and children, these include Microsuction, Irrigation & Instrumentation procedures.

 

Our lead practitioner holds the unique distinction of being the sole Accredited Trainer for The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust in Ear Health Care and Wax Removal across Scotland and Cumbria. As such, professionals in both NHS and regulated private clinics performing these procedures are ideally trained by us for the highest standards of care.

4 Most Common Signs of Ear Wax

Earwax build-up can lead to various discomforts. If you're encountering any of the following, our Aural Care Specialists are ready to offer guidance and solutions.

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Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions

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Which procedure?

The appropriate treatment for your wax removal will be determined at your appointment, taking into account your unique ear wax composition, medical history and overall ear health. This may involve one specific method or a combination of techniques, tailored specifically to your needs.

Your Aural Care Specialist will keep you informed along the way and will make sure you are aware of what and why they are using any procedure. Rest assured, there will be no additional charges, regardless of the treatment approach taken. Our all-inclusive pricing ensures that you can receive the necessary care without concern for extra costs.

Is ear wax removal safe?

Yes,

Ear wax removal is considered a safe procedure when conducted by experienced professionals using appropriate methods. Our NHS Accredited Aural Care Specialists consists employ the latest techniques to ensure safety and comfort. We carefully assess each individual's needs to choose the safest approach, minimizing any risks associated with the procedure.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call us on 0141 482 7004

If I don't have ear wax, will I still be charged for the appointment?

Yes, even if no ear wax is found during your appointment, you will still be charged the standard £60. The cost is for an appointment with an experienced Aural Care Specialist.

 

The appointment encompasses more than just ear wax removal; it includes a comprehensive ear health check to assess the overall condition of your ears.

 

If this check reveals any other complications, we will provide guidance on how to manage these issues at home. Should there be a need for further medical intervention, we will coordinate directly with your GP or an ENT specialist to ensure you receive the appropriate care.

 

Our goal is to ensure your ear health is thoroughly evaluated and any concerns are addressed, regardless of the presence of ear wax.

 

Please Note: Clinics that do offer a reduced rate for no ear wax tend not to be Aural Care Specialists, such as pharmacists and other wax removal clinics who are not regulated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland.

Can child undergo ear wax removal? (wax removal for kids)

Yes,

We are one of the few licensed ear care clinics capable of treating children and adults of all ages. Children can safely undergo ear wax removal, provided they are of an age where they can remain relatively still during the procedure.

 

Our clinics offers a child-friendly environment and techniques specifically suited to younger patients, ensuring their comfort and safety throughout the process.

 

If my child can't sit still will I still be charged?

If a child cannot remain still, we may not complete the procedure for safety reasons. In such cases, full payment is required as the appointment slot is fully allocated to the patient, involving preparation, staff time, and facility use. However, we understand the unique challenges with young patients and offer a complimentary follow-up appointment to successfully complete the procedure when the child is more prepared.

 

How do I book my child in for ear wax removal?

It is important that we first speak to you over the phone to confirm you understand the points above. Please call us on 0141 482 7004

How do I know if I need ear wax removal? (Symptoms)

Key indications and symptoms that suggest you might need ear wax removal include:

  • Diminished Hearing: Reduced ability to hear, which can affect one or both ears.

  • Discomfort or Pain: Any level of discomfort or pain within the ear, potentially indicating wax build-up.

  • Fullness or Pressure: A sensation of the ear being clogged or under pressure, making it feel blocked.

  • Tinnitus: Persistent noises such as ringing, buzzing, or humming in the ear, not caused by external sounds.

  • Dizziness: Experiences of unsteadiness or vertigo, suggesting inner ear involvement.

  • Itchiness: Persistent itching in the ear canal, which might lead to scratching and further irritation.

  • Ear Infections: Recurrent ear infections, which can be exacerbated by trapped moisture due to wax blockage.

  • Odour or Discharge: An unusual odour or discharge from the ear, which might indicate an underlying issue.

  • Coughing: Reflex coughing triggered by irritation from ear wax pressing on the vagus nerve.

Additionally, if you are scheduled for a hearing test, it's highly recommended to undergo ear wax removal beforehand. Excessive ear wax can obstruct the ear canal, preventing the accurate assessment of your hearing capabilities. Without clear pathways, the hearing test may not be completed successfully, and the results could be skewed, leading to inaccurate diagnoses or recommendations. Ensuring your ears are clear of wax helps in obtaining precise hearing test outcomes.

 

During your consultation, we assess these symptoms and examine your ears to determine the necessity and suitability of ear wax removal.

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Don't suffer in silence. We often have same day appointments available at our Glasgow & Edinburgh clinics. Lets get you hearing again!

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