Earwax Removal

Safe And Comfortable With Instant Results

Microsuction Earwax removal is a safe, hygienic procedure for removing built-up earwax in the auditory canal (“ear canal”) and, in most cases, provides instant relief. Our centres are fitted with the best ear, nose and throat, surgical grade chairs and microscopes. The procedures are conducted by Scott, Jon and George who have trained and qualified in all methods of earwax removal with thousands of procedures behind them! We are also able to provide ear irrigation (often called syringing)

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Comfortable Procedure

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Fully Qualified Audiologists

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Specialist Ent Equipment

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Microsuction & Irrigation

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At Your Appointment

Before we carry out your Microsuction wax removal, you’ll have a thorough consultation with your ear care specialist. This is when we discuss and note your relevant medical history and you can ask any questions. We then use a specialised instrument, with a tiny video camera that transmits images to a screen, to look into your ears. This is called video otoscopy and you will be able to see the earwax in your ear canals before we begin Microsuction.

During your procedure, your qualified practitioner uses a special binocular microscope to view the ear canal and eardrum while using a low-pressure suction device to very gently remove the earwax.

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Prepare for your visit

We recommend using olive oil ‘ear drops’ morning and evening for two to three days before your visit. This will soften the build-up of earwax and make removal easier.


Before and After Your Procedure

Before we start we will go through your medical history and explain what will happen during the procedure . You will be able to see an image before and then after when the ear canal has been cleared. Patients are often surprised how quick and easy the procedure is!


Your comfort is our priority

Microsuction earwax removal usually takes between 15 to 30 minutes. As well as being safe and quick, it’s comfortable and hygienic. Of course, your hearing aid audiologist will explain what they are doing throughout the procedure.


Our Fees

The total price is £67, which includes the initial consultation, video otoscopy and removal of earwax in either one or both ear canals. If no wax is found please note we do charge £35 for your appointment and consultation .

Get to know Scott Wroe

  1. Who Is Scott Wroe?

  2. Scott is the second generation in a family practice established since 1988. He qualified as a hearing aid audiologist in 1998 and trained at Aston University in Irrigation and Microsuction earwax removal. He is a Fellow of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists as well as a member of the British Academy of Audiology and works with hearing impaired patients at Hereford’s private Nuffield hospital working with referrals from ENT consultants and GP surgeries. Each of our centres has been fully modernised and equipped with the very latest in testing and fitting equipment from world leading audiological specialist Interacoustics. All of our centres have also been fitted with ENT grade Microscopes and fully adjustable ENT chairs enabling Scott and the team to perform Microsuction earwax removal to exceptionally high standards in hygienic and safe environments.
  3. The Most Advanced Equipment

  4. Having the best devices at our disposal means we can choose from the best of the best including Oticon, Widex, Starkey, GNresound, Unitron, Oticon and Phoank hearing aids. Being completely independent helps enormously. Believe us, choosing between, say, the best Phoank and or Oticon hearing devices requires real skill, experience and complete objectivity. It also means keeping current with the manufacturer’s ongoing product developments, including the smallest, most unobtrusive ‘invisible hearing aids’. And of course, it’s about knowledge how to skilfully match specific brand and product combinations to your unique hearing aid requirements.
  5. Proudly Independent

  6. Even the world’s best digital hearing aid technology won’t properly compensate for poor testing and diagnosis of hearing deficiency. Equally, all our experience and our most skilful clinical audiology could easily be undermined by unsuitable or poor-quality types of hearing devices. That’s why we set such great store by our independent status. And why we put so much effort into applying our knowledge of hearing aid manufacturers and their products. The result is that we only recommend the very best devices. It takes detailed, up-to-date product knowledge, deep technical understanding and lots of experience.
  7. A Caring Approach

  8. After years of supplying, fitting and maintaining customers’ hearing aids, we also understand what a positive, revelatory experience this can be. And how matching the most appropriate technology can successfully counteract your hearing loss and improve your quality of life. We take the time to understand your lifestyle, assess your hearing loss, recommend the most suitable hearing aid and support you as you trial it, get used to it and use it. That comes from our caring family practice.