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Ear Wax Removal in Flixton

November 6, 2018

Ear wax removal in Flixton is effective for ear cleaning and care. Ear wax is ayellow substance that is secreted in the ears and lubricates the ear as well asprovides protection from pathogens. However, excessive wax in the ears mayimpede the passage of sound into the ear canal, causing partial hearing loss.For this reason, it is necessary for you to be in contact with the appropriatespecialists when you need the wax removed from your ear. Altrincham HearingCentre offers a range of procedures in examination, care and the treatment of yourears, including ear wax removal. We are dedicated to providing specialist clinicaland technical services to all our patients.

Ear wax is naturallyproduced by glands in the ear canal. In Flixton, earwax removal is best done byan ear specialist. Attempts to perform such a delicate procedure alone may beharmful. Furthermore, the use of cotton swabs is discouraged as it may push thewax farther down the ear canal or perforate the eardrum. Our highly trainedstaff can assist you when you are having problems with ear wax. We are trainedin the latest techniques of Microsuction.  This is a non-invasive, safe, comfortable andeffective ear wax removal method for people of all ages.

We use the innovativeMicrosuction for effective ear wax removal in Flixton. This technique uses abinocular operating microscope. The intricacies of which allow depth perceptionand magnification and this makes it easier for us to see in the ear canal, andhelps avoid touching the sides of the ear. If you are feeling the effects ofexcessive ear wax and need assistance, contact Altrincham Hearing Centre. TheMicrosuction uses a very fine sterile suction device at low pressure toeffectively remove the wax. This procedure is preferred by both medical staffand patients as it is a guaranteed method of ear wax removal. A notable benefitof this treatment is that the procedure will not need the use of drops, as mosttraditional methods require, to soften the ear wax.

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