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How Ear Wax Microsuctioning Can Help You to Hear Better

Updated: Mar 29, 2023



Ear wax is a common condition in which the ears trap moisture, causing it to swell and result in earwax. These blockages can lead to hearing problems as well as ear infections. If you have ever had an ear infection, you know that having an ear infection can be a very painful experience. In some cases, it can also cause permanent damage to your hearing. Ear wax traps moisture and swells up in your ears, but does not drain well and may result in an ear wax buildup that can cause hearing problems and discomfort. Ear microsuctioning is a process where small suction cups are used to remove excess ear wax from the outer portion of your ear canal without inserting any objects into the canal itself. It has been increasingly used as a method for removing excess wax buildup from the outer portion of your ear canal so as to provide better acoustics for hearing and reduce the risk of future infections or complications related to excessive earwax buildup called ceruminosis (also known as chronic otitis media).


What is Ear Microsuctioning?


Ear drops can be used to remove the excess wax, but the drops can penetrate the eardrum, causing hearing loss. Ear microsuctioning is a procedure where a small suction unit is used to remove the wax without touching the ear canal itself. The suction cups are inserted into the opening of the ear canal and are then placed against the ear drum while they are slowly pulled out. With the excess wax removed, your ears will be unclogged and free from wax buildup. Ear microsuctioning is a medical procedure that is used to clean the ear. It uses small suction cups to remove the excess ear wax without touching the ear canal itself. The suction cups are placed against the ear drum, and they are gradually removed while the suction is being applied. Excess ear wax is removed, and your ears will be unclogged. We offer this service at our clinic by Demelza. You can book by pressing the button below.



Benefits of Ear Wax Microsuctioning


Helps to prevent hearing damage - Excess earwax in the ears can lead to hearing loss

. Earwax plays an important role in the health of your ears, and it is only natural for ears to become obstructed from time to time. However, if built-up earwax is left unchecked, it can cause hearing difficulties. Ear wax is meant to drain out of the ears to prevent damage, but if this drainage does not take place, excess earwax will collect in the ears and cause hearing problems. - Less pain in Ears - If you have ever suffered from an ear infection, you know that having an ear infection can be a very painful experience. In some cases, it can also cause permanent damage to your hearing. Ear wax traps moisture and swells up in your ears, but does not drain well and may result in an ear wax buildup that can cause hearing problems. - No Side Effects - Ear drops may be effective, but they can penetrate the eardrum, causing hearing loss. With the excess wax removed, your ears will be unclogged and free from wax buildup.


Final Words


Ear problems are annoying, embarrassing, and sometimes painful. Luckily, removing excessive earwax is an uncomplicated process that can help to prevent these problems in the future. If you have ever had an ear infection, you know that having an ear infection can be a very painful experience. In some cases, it can also cause permanent damage to your hearing. Ear wax traps moisture and swells up in your ears, but does not drain well and may result in an ear wax buildup that can cause hearing problems. Ear microsuctioning is non-invasive and can be done at our podiatry clinic by Demelza. With a little preparation, you can have healthy, functioning ears again! Click below to book an appointment.


Only £50 for both ears



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