Wax removal

A common cause of hearing loss is a build-up of ear wax. We offer micro-suction services that can help with this  

Why use wax removal? 
Our body creates earwax all the time and it helps keep ears healthy. It's only when we get excess wax build-up that we have to do something about it. Too much wax can occur at any age and can also lead to temporary hearing loss. You could be suffering from both but it is important to get the excess wax removed before you're tested from a natural hearing loss. 
What can I do about excess earwax?
There are certain activities that can also result in excess wax build-up. If you swim regularly, you may experience water getting trapped which then results in an earwax build-up and a potential risk of infection. This is commonly known as Swimmer's Ear and can easily be prevented with regular application of Earol Swim in order to maintain good ear hygiene and manage any wax build up that may occur. 

As well as preventing infection, managing earwax levels can also reduce the likelihood of developing tinnitus and itchy ears. Earol Swim helps to prevent this with regular application but ideally micro-suction will create longer-term relief from earwax build-up. 

To purchase Earol Swim click here
We are specialists in micro-suction
Here at bloom, we have hearing aid audiologists that are specially trained in micro-suction and the specialist equipment that makes it a quick and painless procedure for you. It involves a fine low pressure suction device that is used in your ear canal to clear out any wax that is there. This results in clearer hearing.

It is the safest method of removing earwax and is completed in minutes by our hearing specialists.

We offer our micro-suction services for £35 for one ear and £55 for both ears.

Unfortunately we have had to temporarily suspend our wax removal services but will update this page as soon as we can resume them. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
We can show you how to maintain your hearing aids
We know that sometimes it can be inevitable for your hearing aids to come into contact with moisture from swimming or weather conditions.

Here at bloom hearing specialists, our hearing aid audiologists can help you with any hearing aid maintenance queries you may have and can help you with remedies that can help with earwax build-up. We do this for absolutely no charge and can also clean up your hearing aids for you with also no charge. 
Here at bloom hearing specialists, we stock electronic drying stations that both dries and sanitises your hearing aids in just 3 hours with a using a convective flow of warm air and a UV light that kills 99.9% of bacteria. With daily use, results include improved acoustic performance, better reliability and better hygiene for your ears. This also allows you to make the most of your hearing aid so you have the peace of mind that you are making the most out of your hearing device. To have a look at our WIDEX DRY-GO UV click here