If you’re currently suffering from an excessive build-up of ear wax in Windsor, then the best thing to do is visit a professional to get your ear wax removed. They will be able to use a safe and effective method to remove your ear wax build up, and fully restore your hearing. There are a few common methods that are used for ear wax removal, which are Microsuction, Irrigation and Instrumentation.

Today our team at The Hearing Hub have put together this post, to explore with you these 3 ear wax removal methods and tell you more about each one. We are ear wax removal specialists, providing clients with ear wax removal from our range of state-of-the-art clinics in Essex, London and Slough. To learn more, keep reading and for further information on our ear wax removal in the Windsor area – visit our website today.


The gold standard method for ear wax removal is Microsuction, which is known to be one of the safest ways to remove earwax. Microsuction is the process of removing wax from your ears using a small suction device that gently suctions the impacted wax out of your ears. It is a painless technique, and doesn’t require any water being squirted into the ear canal. Microsuction doesn’t take long to complete, and usually after just one procedure people have their hearing fully restored. Microsuction is the most commonly used method for ear wax removal, and is usually what people have when they visit a clinic to have their ear wax removed.


Irrigation, also sometimes known as Syringing, involves using a pressurised flow of warm water to remove your build-up of ear wax. This flow of warm water is controlled, and gently squirted into your ear to flush out the hardened ear wax. As the flow of water can be controlled, an audiologist is able to direct the water away from your eardrum to keep your ears safe. Irrigation is also a painless procedure, and does not require much time to complete. Irrigation is a very commonly used method for ear wax removal that many clinics offer, and is often chosen when the ear wax blockage will be better removed with a flow of water. 


Instrumentation tends to be chosen when the ear wax blockage is hard and impacted and difficult to remove through Instrumentation or Irrigation. Instrumentation involves using a Jobson Horne probe or forceps, to safely and carefully remove any ear wax close to the entrance of the ear canal. 

Looking for Safe and Effective Ear Wax Removal in the Windsor Area?

Should your ears feel blocked, clogged, or you’re experiencing hearing loss, ear pain or Tinnitus then you could potentially benefit from ear wax removal. So why not book your appointment at The Hearing Hub?

We provide clients with Microsuction, Irrigation, and Instrumentation – performed by our team of fully trained, knowledgable and experienced audiologists. We are your local ear and hearing specialists, and specialise in providing our clients with the quickest, safest, and most effective solutions for removing their ear wax.

If you’re based in the Windsor area, then our Slough clinic is conveniently located for you to visit for your ear wax removal needs. Our Slough clinic is brand-new, and our team of audiologists are there to provide you with the best method of ear wax removal for your ear wax blockage.

When you visit us for your appointment, our team of audiologists will use a microscope to carefully examine your ear wax blockage and determine the best method for you. Our ear wax removal prices are £65 for both ears in our Slough clinic, and £20 if no ear wax is found. 
To book your ear wax removal appointment at our Slough clinic, you can head over to our website today. You can use our simple and easy to use booking tool to schedule your appointment for a date and time that suits you best.