Happy New Ear | Ear Wax Removal

Happy New Ear – time to book in for microsuction ear wax removal!

It was fantastic to be able to have a more normal Christmas this year. But for if you are suffering from excessive ear wax and have blocked ears, these festive events can be a real challenge. Background music, lots of chatting and laughter make it incredibly difficult to follow conversations when you have blocked ears.

There are lots of reasons why you may suffer from excessive ear wax including medical conditions, using headphones or earphones and the body tends to produce more ear wax as we get older. This then creates a build up that requires ear wax removal.

Studies have shown that up to 66% of nursing home residents suffer from excessive ear wax and is often wrongly diagnosed as early signs of dementia. So, if you noticed that an elderly relative was finding it difficult to join in conversations over Christmas, booking them in for ear wax removal could considerably improve their quality of life and provide a great start to 2022.

It’s not just the elderly that suffer from ear wax. Ear wax is also a common issue for younger adults and children as well. If you are struggling to hear what colleagues are saying in meetings or your child appears distracted at school then this could be down to ear wax. At Clear Ears Clinic we offer ear wax assessment to see if you have excessive ear wax that requires ear wax removal.

Make 2022 a Happy New Ear by booking an appointment at www.clearearsclinic.co.uk

Nurse | Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Bedford

Yvonne is a registered nurse with nearly 20 years’ experience and a microsuction ear wax removal specialist.

Yvonne is registered with the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

She completed the gold standard microsuction ear wax removal training course at Charing Cross Hospital which is accredited by the British Society of Audiology and ENT UK