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Wax Removal in Knutsford

November 22, 2018

Signs of earwax build-up is easy to recognise: temporaryhearing loss, dizziness, itchiness, and for an effective wax removal inKnutsford, don’t hesitate to contact Altrincham Hearing Centre. Many peopletend to clean their ears with cotton buds, which may push the ear wax furtherdown the ear canal, creating a blockage and also a feeling of fullness in theear. Symptoms may also include earaches or tinnitus, which is a buzzing orringing in the ear. While the ear is a self-cleaning organ (wax should clearout naturally), a build-up will require professional attention.

If the blockage is accompanied by pain, do notattempt to treat your ears yourself. InKnutsford, clinical wax removalis relatively affordable, at £60 for both ears. Our doctors atAltrincham Hearing Centre are trained in microsuction. This is a wax removaltechnique that is both efficient and safe, not to mention comfortable as itwill allow the doctors to only touch the wax and remove it without touching theskin of the ear canal. Traditional methods of softening the wax every day to beremoved after a week is no longer necessary, as with this new technique, the waxis removed in a matter of minutes. Ear wax, or cerumen, is a natural secretionthat helps to keep the ear canal lubricated and protects the ear from dust,dirt and bacteria. It also prevents the ear from becoming too dry, which maycause itchiness and physical discomfort. If you are experiencing the symptomsof an ear wax build-up, get in touch with us as soon as possible!

For quick and effective wax removal in Knutsford, we use the latest technologiesavailable on the market. When you visit our hearing centre, you can expect freehearing consultation, a 60-day money back guarantee, full range of hearing aidsand exceptional aftercare. If you would like to book a hearing consultation, contactAltrincham Hearing Centre. We understand the impact that hearing loss can haveon your daily life, that’s why we will take the time to fully understand your requirements.

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