Ear Wax Removal Microsuction Wolverhampton

We are also providing the Ear Wax Removal service at our practice in Wolverhampton at the Beechwood house medical centre.  At this CQC registered site we perform endoscopic microsuction using the most up to date procedure for successful extraction of Ear Wax. Microsuction uses gentle medical suction and endoscopic microscopes to gently remove ear wax from the ear canal.  We use medical grade single use disposable instruments to gently remove any cerumen in the ear canal.

We also provide before and after pictures as well as live video recording of the procedure.  As a result  patients can see the procedure being performed to ensure a good patient experience.

Our practitioners are all trained by our lead ENT audiologists who also run a national training school for Audiologists wanting to be trained in microsuction services.  Therefore our patients can be rest assured they will be getting the highest level of expertise and care when booking appointments.
This site benefits from on site parking with good transport links as it is next door to West Park Audiology services in Wolverhampton on Summerfield Road.  Disabled access, large spacious clinic rooms, and bathroom facilities are available at the site.

We run 4 clinics a day across various locations in Birmingham so if you find this may not suit you could book in to any of our other clinics running on the same day.

please call us on 0121 369 0780 or alternatively email us to book at ewsbookings@gmail.com

We also provide home visits in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas.  The surrounding areas we cover are

  • Cannock
  • Dudley
  • Bloxwitch
  • Bilston
  • walsall
  • Wombourne
  • Brierley Hill








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Micro suction ear wax removal is the gold standard of ear wax removal. It offers a safer and more gentle way to remove ear wax than traditional irrigation methods. The technique involves using a endoscopic microscope or TTL surgical loupes and a medical suction aspirator with a suction pen.The procedure is quick and painless – it can take as little as a few minutes to extract the wax safely from the ear.
Although micro-suction requires very little intervention we always advise a few drops of olive oil in the ear to help soften the wax. We often find the softer the wax the easier it is to remove out of the ear. However in saying that the over use of drops can turn the wax in to a viscous sticky liquid in the ear which can slide on to the eardrum so try not to use drops excessively.

We would recommend olive oil drops for 1-2 days or Otex but this is dependant very much on an individual to individual basis

We also provide water irrigation for the ears. For some patients microsuction is not always stable especially when dealing with particularly soft wax as a consequence of over use of drops. In such cases we use the irrigation method which involves the controlled pressure of water at body temperature in the ear in order to remove stubborn deposits of wax which deposit themselves on th eardrum. Your clinician will determine which would be the better procedure on the day of the appointment

Ear wax removal drops usually peroxide based including name brands like Otex and Sodium bicarbonate drops are great for breaking down hard abrasive wax in the ear ready for ear wax removal. In some instances they can break down wax sufficiently to the extent were by earwax removal may not be required as the wax has sufficiently dissolved, however we find that this in most cases depends on the size of the cavity. We usually deal with a lot of cases were by the wax has turned in to a semi liquid which slides down the ear canal and settles on the drum completely sealing the canal. and causing complete deafness, our advise is to use drops for 2-3 days before coming in for an earwax removal

We always advice a qualified Audiologist or a practitioner nurse with experience in ear nose and throat. Any other practitioner with a background not in Audiology simply wont have the experience to deal with complex difficult cases and you usually want a audiologist with 100’s of ear wax removal procedures under their belt. We say this because unfortunately due to the unregulated nature of the training you could potentially be having a invasive procedure undertaken by a non audiologist with no previous experience in audiological medicine.