Our ear microsuction process employs an advanced binocular high-powered microscope, providing a 3D stereoscopic view. With enhanced magnification and exceptionally bright illumination, we ensure optimal precision and clarity during the procedure.
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Experience the Benefits of Ear Microsuction – a safe and efficient method for removing excess ear wax. Using a high-powered microscope, our experts gently clean the ear canal using a suction device, eliminating the need for water.

This vacuum-like suction device effectively loosens and eliminates built-up ear wax, making it the optimal choice for a quick, safe, and highly effective ear wax removal procedure.



We use a binocular high-powered microscope for a 3D stereoscopic view, with elevated power magnification and very bright illumination for our ear microsuction process.

The microscope also gives us lots of magnification and a very bright light and therefore a clear view of the ear canal.

This makes it easier to assess and treat, and much safer than stringing. A gentle suction device is used to clean the ear without the use of water.

IIt works in a similar way to a vacuum cleaner and although it can be quite noisy, it is quick and painless. It takes an average of 15 – 20 minutes to complete the ear wax removal procedure depending upon the amount and consistency of the wax/debris in the ear.

If the object being removed is hard, then removal can be slightly uncomfortable. Our team members will always talk you through each step of the procedure, and advise you if they think it is going to be uncomfortable.

How do i know if i need ear microsuction?

Cerumen, or ear wax as it is commonly known, is a normal secretion of the ceruminous glands in the outer meatus (ear canal). It is slightly acidic, giving it bactericidal qualities

Jaw movement (talking, eating etc) assists the movement of wax through the canal to the outside. A build-up of wax is more likely to occur in older adults, hearing aid users, people who insert implements into the ear or have narrow ear canals.

Excessive wax should be removed before it becomes impacted, which can give rise to tinnitus, hearing loss, vertigo, pain, and discharge.

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Contact our team today about taking you next steps to healthier ears.

Call us on 0239 2382 000 or email info@changesclinic.co.uk