If you have been struggling with hearing loss and impairment and believe it could be due to a natural build-up of excess wax then you should speak to a trained professional such as http://www.earwax.co.uk. Regain control of your hearing and book an appointment at one of over twenty specialist Clinics spread around the Country. After a thorough and in-depth Consultation with a skilled, professional technician you can choose from three, different, safe and effective Ear wax removal treatments, performed by a highly trained, fully qualified specialist. Firstly, there is the Manual Extraction Method, which involves a long, thin, specially designed instrument being gently and carefully inserted into your Ear to remove the offending build-up of wax. Secondly, these skilled technicians can perform the Water Irrigation Method. This procedure uses warm water to flush out the pre-softened wax gently and easily.
Lastly, they can use the Microsuction method, which is the safest and cleanest way to remove the natural build-up of excessive ear wax. Using a very fine tube that’s securely connected to a suction machine and a microscope to look inside your ear canal the professional technician can see exactly where the wax is before removing it with the help of the innovative suction machine.
This third and most effective method is especially recommended for patients with narrow ear canals or those with a past history of ear problems including a perforated eardrum.