ear wax removal

Request an ear wax removal appointment today

Using the latest micro-suction technology, our practitioners will quickly, safely, and effectively remove any ear wax that could be causing you problems. Fill in your details to request an appointment and we'll be in touch as soon as possible.

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How do I know if I have ear wax build-up?

Symptoms of ear wax build-up may include:

  • difficulty hearing
  • a feeling of fullness in the ear
  • tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • discomfort in the ear (earache).

Get a healthcare professional to examine your ears to confirm whether you have ear wax build-up.

How much does ear wax removal cost?

Our prices start from £50 (at selected clinics), for both ears. This includes the following:

  • Photos and video images of both ears pre- and post-treatment can be sent to your GP, on request. 
  • After successfully removing your ear wax, we’ll send a letter to your GP to be kept with your records.
  • If we find anything unusual in your ears, we have direct access to an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) advice panel – within 72 hours of your appointment – at no extra cost to you.
  • We’ll give you a short hearing screening after removing your ear wax, to check how well you can hear. 

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How do I book?

To book your ear wax removal appointment, either fill in the form at the top of this page and we’ll give you a call to arrange your appointment. Or you can call us now on 0800 740 8286. We'll take payment for your appointment over the phone.

We recommend using Earol® for 3 to 5 days before your appointment. This olive oil based spray will help soften the wax, making it easier to remove and is available at most pharmacies.

To cancel your appointment, you must give us at least two clear working days’ notice, otherwise your appointment will be non-refundable.

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