Award Winning Earwax Removal Clinic Glenrothes
Sometimes a build of earwax can cause pain or affect your hearing. Ear drops can help soften the wax but you may also choose an earwax removal service. Remember, you should never push any foreign objects, like cotton buds, into your ear as this can make the blockage worse or cause damage to the eardrum.
What Is An Earwax Removal Service?
An earwax removal service allows you to access treatments that may no longer be offered by your GP. The options include:
We use the micro-suction system in our earwax removal clinic
– micro-suction that uses a small probe to suck the excess wax away
These treatments are usually painless and should improve your symptoms very quickly. Whilst some GPs may still offer these services but many don’t. So, paying for private treatment may be an option for you.
What Earwax Treatments Are Available?
We use the Award Winning TympaHealth – The worlds first all-in-one hearing health assessment system to assess your ears and what may be causing pain. Earwax does usually fall out on its own without the need for treatment. However, earwax build-up can cause:
– difficulty hearing
– lead to an ear infection
Ear drops can soften the wax to help it fall out. If the pharmacist recommends earwax removal, you may also need to take ear drops before the removal procedure.
GPs will often forward people with earwax problems onto a pharmacist for advice and treatment. So you may wish to save yourself a trip to the GP and come straight to the pharmacy for advice and treatment. Cadham Pharmacy provides earwax removal in Glenrothes.
We are proud to have an experienced Audiologist working with us in clinic. His wealth of knowledge and skills have allowed us to help many people regain their hearing. It is a privilege to work with Steve and Earwax removal clinic Glenrothes has just won the Scotttish Pharmacy Award for Excellence in Self Care.