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At Pharma Aesthetics, we proudly introduce our specialized Ear Wax Removal Service, designed with your health and comfort in mind. Wax build-up in the ear canal is a common issue that many people encounter, and when left unaddressed, it can lead to discomfort, hearing loss, and infection. Our service offers a safe, effective, and pain-free solution to this often overlooked problem.

Our team of highly skilled and certified practitioners employ state-of-the-art equipment and the latest medical techniques, ensuring a seamless ear wax removal experience.

We follow a holistic approach that not only caters to the physical need of wax extraction but also educates our clients about preventive care and ear health. With our gentle, non-invasive methods, we can relieve any associated symptoms such as tinnitus, earaches, and vertigo, restoring the clarity of your hearing while ensuring your utmost comfort.

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This is a world-recognised gold standard for ear wax removal. Procedure involves using a small suction tube and probe to gently remove wax from the ear. This procedure is usually gentle, painless and safe.

Ear Syringing

This is a procedure which uses a flow of low-pressure water discharged through a specialised irrigation system to remove earwax blocking the ear canal. At Pharma Aesthetics, procedure is swift, painless and harmless.

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Should you experience difficulty with your hearing or suspect a more serious underlying issue with your ear health, it’s imperative to seek professional attention promptly. Delaying could exacerbate the condition, leading to further complications.

For timely and effective resolution, we encourage you to book an online appointment with us for a 30-minute consultation. Let’s address your concerns, safeguard your hearing, and enhance your overall wellbeing.

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How much does a Ear Wax Removal Cost?

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One Ear £50.00 Book Today
Two Ears £65.00 Book Today

If we do not find any wax, we will simply complete a comprehensive health check for both ears and charge £20 for job done.

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Please select service: Allow 48 hours notice for an appointment booking (for example, for a Wednesday appointment, please book and make payment on a Monday to enable ample notice)


What is ear wax?

Ear wax is the greasy, oily substance found in the ear canal. It is produced by glands in the ear canals to protect the skin inside the ears by trapping dirt, germs and debris and thereby preventing them from entering farther into the ear canal.

The medical term for earwax is Cerumen. This chemical also protects the delicate skin of the ear canal from getting irritated when water enters it.

However, despite its often unsightly appearance, ear wax is essential for maintaining the health of our ears. It acts as a natural cleanser, moving outwards from the ear drum, carrying with it any dirt or debris that has entered the canal.

When working correctly, this self-cleaning mechanism ensures that the ear is always clear of unnecessary obstructions.

Additionally, cerumen also provides a certain level of lubrication for the ear canal, preventing the skin within from becoming too dry and irritated. This mix of protective and lubricating properties makes ear wax a vital part of our body’s natural defenses.

Why should you have Ear Wax Removal?

From time to time, there is a build-up of earwax in the ear canal. Individuals may then attempt to clear the wax by cleaning with cotton buds. This attempt may end up pushing the wax farther into the canal and leading to:

Hearing loss
Blocked ear or earache
Vertigo (feeling of dizziness or sickness)
Buzzing or ringing in the ear (tinnitus)
Coughing and itching

What causes Ear wax build-up?

Ear wax, or cerumen, is a substance naturally produced in the ear canals to trap dust, bacteria, and other particles, preventing potential damage or infection of the eardrum. In a healthy ear, wax clears itself naturally. However, certain circumstances can lead to an accumulation or blockage.

One factor is the excessive exposure to air in the ear canals, which can occur frequently with the use of earbuds or hearing aids. The constant airflow can dry out ear wax, making it harder and thus more likely to cause blockage.

Additionally, the shape and size of an individual’s ear canals can significantly affect wax build-up. Narrow or unusually twisted canals, as well as any physical damage, can impede the natural expulsion of wax from the ear. Improper use of cotton swabs, for instance, can push the wax deeper into the ear or cause skin debris to accumulate.

Lastly, inflammation of the outer ear and ear canal, often due to conditions like otitis externa, can also contribute to ear wax build-up. This condition often results in swelling and narrowing of the ear canal, impeding normal wax expulsion.

It also typically generates additional discharge, which, when mixed with existing ear wax, can lead to a more severe blockage. Understanding these factors can help guide preventive care and appropriate treatment for ear wax build-up.

Other Ear Conditions

Apart from ear wax collection in the ear canal causing problems, there could be other symptoms which may present as ear infection and this progress quickly.

If symptoms persist for more than 3 days, you may want to speak to us for investigation during your appointment. These will include:

  • High temperature
  • Difficulty in hearing
  • Being sick
  • Pain inside the ear
  • Any fluid or discharge from inside the ear
  • Suspect you have a perforated eardrum.
  • Lack of energy
  • Feeling of fullness or pressure inside the ear
  • Itch and irritation in the ear region
  • Suspect you have a foreign body in the ear canal.

Ear Wax Removal Process

Ear wax, medically referred to as Cerumen, is a naturally occurring, oily substance produced by glands within our ear canals. This greasy material has a vital role in protecting the delicate inner environment of our ears. It serves as a natural barrier, trapping dust, germs, and other foreign particles to prevent them from moving deeper into the ear canal.

Though it may not be aesthetically appealing, ear wax is an essential aspect of our ear’s health. It operates as a natural cleanser, constantly moving outward from the ear drum and carrying along any dirt, debris, or foreign particles that may have entered the canal. This self-cleaning mechanism ensures our ear canals are routinely cleared of any unwanted substances, reducing the risk of infections or blockages.

Moreover, Cerumen offers additional benefits beyond cleansing. It provides a degree of lubrication for the ear canal, preventing its skin from becoming too dry and prone to irritation. When water enters the ear, it is cerumen’s role to protect the delicate skin within the ear canal from getting inflamed.

In summary, this naturally produced wax serves as an integral part of our body’s defences, maintaining the health, cleanliness, and overall functionality of our ears. Therefore, it’s crucial to respect and care for this essential part of our auditory system while managing ear hygiene.

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