Microsuction Ear Wax Removal in Bristol
Ear Wax Removal Prices in Bristol
Microsuction Ear Wax Removal: £70
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Private Earwax Removal Bristol
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Easi Ear Hearing Care are the No Wax Ear Wax Removal Specialists in Bristol, Ian Croft has worked in audiology for over 25 years and he is passionate about hearing and hearing problems. He offers a wide range of audiology services including hearing aids, hearing tests and earwax removal. He offers Microsuction earwax removal at his hearing aid centre on Alma Vale Road in Bristol.
He aims to show you exactly why he has an outstanding reputation in Bristol. He understands that ear wax blockage is uncomfortable and irritating and he will always try to ensure that he sees you as quick as humanly possible. You can call him directly for an appointment or, you can simply fill in your details on the form and they will be back to you immediately
Same Day Ear Wax Removal
Ian will always try to offer a same day appointment when you contact them. He offers instant micro-suction ear wax removal for £70 per session whether we need to clean one or two ears.
Ear Wax Removal Services
What is ear wax?
Ear wax is a natural mix of secretions and dead skin found in the ear. It is not a bad thing, it helps to protect the ear against dust, dirt and bacteria. Ear wax (Cerumen to be official!) is made up of skin cells, dust and oily secretions from the sebaceous and ceruminous glands in the ear canal. The secretions lubricate the ear canal and prevent it becoming too dry. Your ear wax is probably not the same as someone else's! Ear wax make up changes from person to person based on diet, age and race.
What can cause earwax buildup?
Some people just suffer from regularly blocked ears. It can be simply that the over produce ear wax naturally. Causes of earwax buildup can be
- Overproduction of ear wax
- Narrow ear canals
- Hairy ear canals (it's like a jungle in there!)
- Dry earwax, (not much moisture in the secretion as you get older)
- Swimmers ear, bony growths in the ear canal can block the progress of ear wax
- A tight or hard ear canal bend
- Using cotton buds in your ear (nothing smaller than your elbow in your ear)
- Wearing hearing aids (sometimes can cause ear wax build up)
- Wearing in-ear headphones (same as above)
Symptoms of an ear wax build up
You are deaf, deaf I tell you!!!! Well, no actually, you might not be. But it is one symptom that can show up. Here are all the symptoms of hearing loss:
- Earache, as it builds up it can press against the ear canal causing pain, yes ear wax can cause pain!
- Hearing loss, it can deliver to you the gift of hearing loss, especially if you have just gone swimming or had a shower
- Itchiness in the ear (can be caused by other things though like dry skin)
- Dizziness, a spinning sensation without the use of GIn (lovely Gin)
- Tinnitus, surprisingly enough it can give you a sense of buzzing or ringing in the affected ear
What can you do about ear wax build up?
If earwax isn't causing you problems, just leave it alone. The ear is self-cleaning and once the process is not interrupted the wax should just drop out. Sometimes though, probably because you have been fiddling with it, ear wax may build up in the canal. Normally once the build-up starts, it will just continue unless it is washed or sucked out. Eventually, the ear wax plug will grow to fill the ear canal.
This is when you start to have problems, usually, the first indication of it for you is when water gets into the ear during swimming or showering. This usually causes the ear wax to swell. This blocks the ear canal and you know about it immediately. If the wax build-up has got to the stage where it is causing deafness, problems with hearing aids, or is uncomfortable, it needs to be removed.
There are several types of ear drops that you can use to loosen and soften ear wax. the drops can include olive oil, almond oil, bicarbonate of soda and hydrogen peroxide. Here is the thing, they might not be suitable for you. If you have had a perforation of your eardrum in the past, ear drops aren't a good idea.
Rated 5 out of /5 based on over 25 customer reviews
“Ian, sorted both my ears out today. I was dreading having the procedure done but it was totally painless.Everything was explained to me beforehand and advice given for wax free ear maintenance.Would highly recommend Ian, very efficient and makes you feel at ease. Thank you ”Annette Bruton5Ear Wax Removal Ear Wax removed from a Patient's Ear
“Ian successfully, skilfully and undramatically cleaned enough wax from my ears to make a Body Shop gift set. He also removed a hitherto undiscovered and unmissed cache of old AV components from both of my ears, comprising bits of earbud headphone mesh and tiny plastic gaskets. I had no idea they were in there, and no idea my earbuds had disassembled themselves whilst in my lugholes. Scary. Thanks Ian.”Paul fletcher5Ear Wax Removal Ear Wax removed from a Patient's Ear
“The best, there is nothing more to say. I trust Ian with my whole families ‘ear health!”Laura Jane Dernie5Ear Wax Removal Ear Wax removed from a Patient's Ear
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