Our highly-trained and accredited Earwax Technicians are equipped and trained to use ENT surgical grade microscopes, which can look deep into the ear canal with magnification. Based on what they find, they'll choose one, or a combination of, the following extraction techniques:
If possible, we would recommend that clients use a "softening" agent, such as CleanEar spray, for several days prior to their appointment.
As shown here, our clinics are equipped with a medical-grade microsuction machines that allow for the safe and painless removal of most deep and/or stubborn earwax.
This involves flushing away the wax with a stream of water or a saline solution. Our highly-trained technicians use a specialised ear irrigation machine.
Mechanical methods are the next step. After softening the wax, our technicians can use tools such as: hand-held syringes, curettes, probes, or forceps to remove particularly stubborn earwax.