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Jo Jolly RHAD, MSHAA is an Ex Nurse and has over 20 years experience in Audiology she has seen over 5000 clients for Ear Wax Removal by Micro suction.

We remain extremely competitive and usually have same day appointments available.

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Cleaner Ears (Within Local Hearing)

114 Victoria Road
Ruislip Manor
United Kingdom Phone:
01895 677776

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Ear Wax Micro Suction
Same Day Appointments available

Welcome to Cleaner Ears

CLEANER EARS is located within LOCAL HEARING CARE in Ruislip, Middlesex.

CLEANER EARS is the only clinic within Middlesex to have a FULL TIME Ear Wax Removal Clinic.

Jo Jolly RHAD, MSHAA is an Ex Nurse and has over 20 years experience in Audiology she has seen over 1000 clients for Ear Wax Removal by Micro suction.

We remain extremely competitive and usually have same day appointments available.

Softening the wax is not always necessary before removal so we will do everything we can to remove your Ear Wax in one visit.

If softening treatment is required we would always recommend EAROL Olive Oil Spray.


There are numerous methods of ear wax removal. Some can be performed at home, while others must be performed by a professional. Here we have outlined the different methods and the pros and cons of each one:

Ear Drops

Ear drops can be bought from the chemist over the counter and are the cheapest method of wax removal. Ear drops are commonly marketed as a cheap way of removing earwax at home. For an ordinary member of the public, the choice of different branded and unbranded products can be overwhelming. Here are some of the different types.

Ear Sprays

Ear sprays can be water-based or oil-based. They usually incorporate a conical nozzle that is placed into the entrance of the ear canal and the spray is then applied.

Ear Syringing / Ear Irrigation

Ear irrigation is normally performed by a GP practice nurse, a disrict nurse, and by some Audiologists. Traditionally, a meal ear syringe was loaded with warm water, the metal tip placed into the ear canal. The water was then squirted into the ear canal and a kidney dish was held under the ear to catch the water and and wax that was flushed out.

Dry Instrument Removal

Dry instrument ear wax removal is normally performed by an ENT surgeon or an Audiologist. The pratitioner uses a selection of different shaped instruments called Jobson Horne probes or curettes. These are like miniature spoons and loops that are used to hook or scoop the wax from the ear canal. It is normally perfomed under illumination.

Micro Suction Ear Wax Removal

Microsuction is by far the most effective method of earwax removal. Tradionally only performed in ENT clinics due to the size and weight of the equipment, it can now be performed by appropriately trained individuals in smaller clinics due to portable suction pumps and operating microscopes that are now available.

Other Methods

Cotton Buds
Home Use Ear Vacuums
Ear Candles


There are many methods of ear wax removal. The safest ear drops are olive oil, and the best are Earol spray (also made of olive oil). The best professional method of ear wax removal is micro suction, due to its high level of safety. It may cost slightly more than other methods, but it is worth it as, after all, you only have one pair of ears!


Micro suction is made up of two words: “Micro” refers to the operating microscopes that can either be large floor standing units, or can be incorporated into glasses, in whch case they are known as operating loupes. “Suction” refers to the medical suction pump that is attached to a tube and a 2 millimetre suction wand, which is used to suction the wax from your ear. Micro suction requires a good knowledge of the anatomy of the ear, along with training in how to safely use the equipment. For this reason, microsuction is performed by ENT surgeons and Audiologists, who both specialise in the ear, and by specialist nurses who have had further training. Micro suction only removes wax from the ear – because it doesn’t spray water into the ear it is safe to use after ear surgery, or when the eardrum is perforated. The Micro Suction Practitioner uses a powerful operating microscope and a bright light source, so he or she can see exactly what is happening inside your ear, so the procedure is the safest of all.

  • Pros: safest method; can be used after ear surgery; can be used where the eardrum is or has been perforared; painless; virtually no risk of infection; usually quick
  • Cons: possible slight discomfort if wax hasn’t been pre-softened; can sometimes require a second visit (in the case of severly impacted wax); some people find it a little noisy (although clinical studies show that the noise levels are safe)

Clean Ears Satisfied Patients

  • Have you heard of Cleaner Ears? I have and I've never heard better.
    Barry Cryer

"I have been suffering from earwax buildup for a long period of time to the point where it was affecting my hearing and really making me uncomfortable.I have been to 2 other places before CleanerEars but they were the ones who really helped me out."

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