What is Ear Wax?
Ear wax is a mixture of secretions from sebaceous glands and sweat glands. It is produced in the outer part of ear canal. It gradually moves out of the ear, carrying dead skin cells and other debris. Most people have one of two types of ear wax. Wet ear wax is sticky and yellowish brown to dark brown in colour, while dry ear wax is crumbly and grey to tan. The presence of ear wax can reduce your hearing, but also cause itchiness, a blocked ear sensation and can cause your hearing aids to work inefficiently.
How Do We Remove Ear Wax?
We perform a micro-suction procedure to remove earwax. No water is used in this procedure. Our audiologist has been trained by Dr Vorrath (ENT) and accredited to cerumen management in audiology practice using Vorotek O Scope. We are equipped with video otoscopy, Microscope and Microsuction equipment to perform the procedure safely.
$90 for two ears. We offer 50% discount for eligible clients such as pensioners/veterans.
To have your ear wax removed,
“Came here after a ear blockage that my usual GP had been unable to remedy. Found this place by chance and so happy I did. I was able to get an appointment in a short time frame, the price was great, and everyone working there is brilliant.” (Jamie Duncan)