Hearwell | Our Services
HearWell charges only £65 for earwax removal, irrespective of whether one or two ears require treatment! The removal will be by any of the procedures described below based upon your needs and any possible medical reasons.
We offer three types of Earwax removal here at HearWell. The required extraction procedure will vary on preference and type of build-up, consistency, and any medical considerations. These procedures are completely safe and completed within minutes. Allowing you to carry on without impacting your day. These procedures are the following below;
Microsuction earwax removal, compared to other traditional forms of earwax removal, is a dry procedure using a thin tube attached to a suction pump. The earwax is then gently sucked out of the ear canal and sometimes comes out in one piece.
Removal of earwax using irrigation techniques is the use of warm water used to wash out the earwax gently. It is common that with pretreatment the use of olive oil is used at least up to two weeks before an appointment.
Is the manual procedure of removing the earwax and can be used on its own or in conjunction with other removal procedures
We work hard to keep our service affordable and flexible. Please see important information regarding our service, costs and appointments below.
HearWell charge £65 for earwax removal irrespective whether one or two ears require treatment! The removal will be by any of the procedures described above based upon your needs and any possible medical reasons.
We can complete most ear wax appointments within one week, therefore, providing you with a more timely and as professional a service than you have previously received.
Your appointment will include earwax removal, screening hearing test, videoscopic examination to allow you to see pre-post-treatment results and access to HearWell’s free earwax management programme.
GP surgeries across Herefordshire and other counties are no longer offering earwax removal due to service priorities and instruction from some local Clinical commissioning groups (CCG)
Earwax removal training was completed at the NHS Rotherham Community Health Centres, Primary Ear Care and Audiology Unit renowned for its specialist services and accepted centre for setting protocols for audiological procedures.