Excessive wax build up is more common than you think but it can be safely, comfortably removed using the latest technology.
Ear wax (cerumen) is a normal and necessary process of protecting and cleaning the ears. For some, however, excessive ear wax build up can block ears, reduce hearing and can cause loss of balance and discomfort. Ear wax is particularly bothersome for people wearing hearing aids as it can cause the aids to whistle loudly and even stop the hearing aids from working altogether.
Excessive wax build up is more common than you think but the good news is it can now be safely, comfortably and effectively removed by Susan Jones at Selective Hearing using the latest technology. Using binocular glasses, micro-suction and fine instruments (like tiny forceps and spoons) the ear wax is safely removed – a job best left to the professionals!