Ear Wax Removal | Professional Ear Wax Clinic Cambridge

Our COVID procedures remain unchanged.

Since the pandemic started, we have all been expected to wear masks in public spaces as part of the government regulations. As a result of the vaccination roll-out, the Government made the requirement for wearing face masks in public optional from 19th July.

Our priority has always been to ensure we take measures to protect our clients and staff. We have provided more than 10,000 masks since we re-opened and gallons of hand sanitisers in our effort to provide a COVID secure environment.

To date, we have not yet had updated information from our governing bodies or the Government. Our procedures remain the same but we will provide a further update should anything change.

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The angli-EAR Hearing team offer safe, endoscopic ear wax removal

At angli-EAR Hearing our audiologists are ENT-trained to offer safe, endoscopic ear wax removal. If left to build up and become impacted, ear wax can cause many annoying and painful symptoms such as an earache, an increase in a buzzing or ringing in the ear and the sensation of a ‘blocked ear’. Once the wax is removed, there is often instant relief from the symptoms you have been experiencing.
We use professional ear clearing equipment such as a Video Otoscope and ENT tools to clear ear wax. The consistency of your ear wax will determine which of the procedures below we will use to remove your ear wax.
The cost for this service is £80.
Micro Suction - ear wax removal

Micro Suction

Our state-of-the-art video otoscopy equipment is used to directly visualise the ear wax whilst it is being removed. This is done by gentle suction with a low-pressure suction machine and fine sterile probe. Micro suction is when ear wax is removed with the help of a low-pressure suction machine.

Ear wax irrigation diagram

Ear Irrigation

Ear irrigation replaces the old-fashioned technique of ear syringing and uses an irrigation device to remove ear wax. With irrigation we never want to squirt water directly into the ear, as happens with syringing. The irrigation introduces water into the ear via a specially adapted ear piece. This allows water to be put into the ear canal wall in 3 ways, allowing the water to flush the wax out safely.

Ear wax extraction - manual extrusion

Ear Wax Extraction

Using the same state-of-the-art video otoscopy equipment to directly visualise the wax in your ear, We can safely remove wax with the use of ENT micro-instruments (e.g. ear hook, jobson horne).

Problematic ear wax symptoms

Lady coughing


Similar to vertigo, an increase in air pressure due to the wax inside the ear canal can inadvertently
stimulate the facial nerve located inside the middle ear, causing you to cough.

Conductive hearing loss


Tinnitus is a ringing/whistling/buzzing type of sound that originates from inside your ear and can only be heard by yourself. Read more information about tinnitus.

Wax removal tinnitus

Conductive Hearing Loss

Wax restricts sound waves from travelling efficiently through the ear canal and vibrating against the eardrum.

Lady suffering from vertigo


An increase in air pressure due to the wax inside the ear canal can inadvertently stimulate the organ of balance which is located inside the inner ear, causing vertigo.

Whistling of Hearing Aid

Sounds which are amplified by the hearing aid are reflected back out of the ear due to the wax, causing acoustic feedback (e.g. whistling) of the hearing aid.

Man with whistling hearing aid

Itchiness or Irritation

Wax that is impacted, especially dry wax, will rub against the side of the ear canal upon any jaw movements and can cause itchiness or irritations.

Lady with occlusion


Internal sounds such as chewing, breathing, your heartbeat and your own voice can no longer escape out of the ear and are therefore heard much louder inside your head.

Wax removal

Olive Oil to soften the wax

As soon as your ear wax becomes problematic, start using olive oil

Prior to your wax removal appointment use olive oil for a few days. It is gentle on the skin and helps to soften the ear wax without causing any dryness,itching, flaky skin or irritation that can be experienced with the use of other chemical solutions.

Simply apply olive oil twice a day for a few days prior to your appointment.
This should be sufficient to soften the wax to aid the safe removal.

angli-EAR Hearing recommends using Earol which is an easy-to-use olive oil applicator.
We can provide you with this should you need some.


Did you know we offer emergency Appointments?

If you would like to book an Emergency Appointment, please make sure that you have been putting olive oil
in your ears twice a day for a few days before coming to see us.

Without this, the wax may be too hard and we may not be able to treat your problem.

Please allow approx. 45 mins for the appointment.

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