Improve your ear health with our ear wax removal service. We now perform ear suctioning for patients.
It’s best to do an ear cleaning before a hearing test. Some people have a high amount of wax builds, especially when they use hearing aids. Some people use olive oil as a wax softening agent, or a doctor can prescribe one. Avoid using cotton buds.
Ear suctioning (also called ear microsuction) is the best way to remove earwax from the ear canal. This is done using a suction machine and sucking the softened ear wax.
Ear Syringing (or Ear irrigation) is another method. It is done by injecting water into the ear. Please note that if the ear wax is not properly softened, there’s a risk of ear drum perforation and ear infection. Do not do ear syringing on a perforated eardrum.
Ear cleaning is done by our nurses once been seen by a doctor and has used ear drops for 3 days to soften the ear wax. We do not do ear syringing on children.
Learn about the cause of earwax blockage, the risk of buildup, methods of removal, how to wash your ears at home & what happens during the appointment in our professional ear cleaning blog.
X-Ray 9-5pm Weekdays and special hours on weekends
Wearing a mask is not compulsory, but recommended to avoid transmission of infections to you or others.
If you have a booked appointment. Please come on time and inform either the front reception or the GP Wing reception
If you are arriving after 7.00 pm and if the clinic is very busy, we may need to ask you to return the next day or go to Ascot Whitecross at Greenlane, unless it is an Injury/Emergency or an Unwell Child and its safe to do so.
If you are unwell with COVID-like symptoms, please follow the clinic protocol – COVID19 Update
*COVID Related consultations are now only funded for a very limited group of people only