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Medical earwax removal using microsuction

Microsuction is one of the safest and more comfortable procedures.


The Differences between Syringing and Microsuction?


Ear syringing, a process that lasts between 15 to 30 minutes, involves flushing out the ear with a soft flow of warm water to remove wax and clear the passage.


Although it's usually not painful, some might find the sensation of water against the eardrum to be a bit uncomfortable.


The procedure can also be messy, as water and earwax may flow out from the ear. It's important to note that this method is not suitable for those who have had recent ear surgery, have a cold, a torn eardrum, or an ear infection.


Our preferred technique for ear wax removal is microsuction. This method carefully vacuums out the wax from the ear, much like a vacuum cleaner.


The audiologist looks into the ear with a microscope while doing this, making it a precise and safe option. It only takes about 10 to 20 minutes, and there's a lower chance of infection since the ear is not exposed to moisture and there's no direct touching of the ear's inner skin.


The procedure is carried out by a very experienced and highly qualified medical professional, Andrew Goodwin



Medic carrying out earwax removal
Andrew Goodwin

Qualifications 

MSC, BSC (Hons) ,FSDC, dipMC, MRCS (of eng ), MCpara 


Medical Director & founder G&G Medical ltd 


Level 7 Facial Aesthetic Medicine Highest qualification currently within this field. Has trained and worked in Harley Street London.  


7 years of experience in aesthetics have completed over 1000 procedures  

Experienced in Pre Hospital Critical Care Medicine, having worked for several air ambulances. 


Currently working as a Locum in General practice.  

 

 Treatment Overview 


  • Microsuction ear wax removal  

  • General Dermatology  

  • Medical chemical peels  

  • Anti-wrinkle injections from basic to advanced treatments  

  • Medical treatments - migraine and axillary/scalp hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)  

  • Advanced HA dermal filler treatments - including lips, tear trough and non-surgical rhino 

  • Dermal filler dissolving  

  • Ability to manage complications 

  • Fat Loss injection & weight management  

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