Do you ever experience feeling like you’re hearing something in one ear better than the other? Or that your hearing isn’t as good as it once used to be, and you’re struggling to communicate with others and understand them properly?
If so, you may be suffering from an excess of wax buildup in your ears. Understanding how having too much wax in your ears can impact your hearing is important in order to identify any wax buildup and take the necessary steps in maintaining healthy ears. Hearing loss can be a difficult situation to manage, especially when it is caused by excessive ear wax.
In this post, we are going to help you understand why having too much wax in your ears can impact your hearing and cause hearing loss. If you’d like to book a Microsuction ear wax removal appointment in East London, check out our online booking tool.
How Can Ear Wax Cause Hearing Loss?
Ear wax can cause hearing loss when it accumulates in our ear canal; it hardens and becomes impacted. When this happens, an earwax blockage starts to happen in our ears and this can block sound waves from reaching our eardrum. This can cause a decrease in our hearing, and make it difficult for us to hear and understand others properly.
If your earwax is not removed, it can further build up and harden and lead to permanent hearing loss. As well as causing hearing loss, excessive ear wax build up can also cause a feeling of fullness or pressure in your ears, ear pain, and Tinnitus which can affect your day to day life.
What Causes Ear Wax Build Up?
Ear wax is naturally produced by our ears, and is also known as Cerumen, and doesn’t tend to cause us any problems when produced in healthy amounts. It helps to keep our ears clean and protect them from infection, and is necessary for our ears to stay clean and safe. But sometimes unfortunately too much wax can build up in our ears, which is when it starts to cause us problems. Another common reason for excessive ear wax is by people cleaning their ears too frequently or too roughly, especially if you’re using cotton swabs or wearing ear buds regularly.
How Can Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Help?
For those suffering hearing loss due to an excessive build up of wax in their ears, Microsuction can be the ideal solution. It is a safe and effective method of ear wax removal that can restore your hearing instantly, removing all of that hardened and excess ear wax that has built up deep in your ear canal and is causing you hearing problems.
Microsuction ear wax removal uses a thin suction tube and a powerful vacuum to gently remove the built up earwax from your ears, and it is a quick and painless procedure. After your Microsuction appointment, usually your hearing will be fully restored and you can get back to hearing properly again.
Think You Might Have Excessive Wax in Your Ears?
If you think that you might have excessive wax that’s built up in your ears and is impacting your hearing, then The Hearing Hub can help. For those based in East London, our Stratford clinic is conveniently located for you to visit for your ear wax removal. We provide the safest and most effective techniques for ear wax removal, including Microsuction. Microsuction is known to be the gold standard method of ear wax removal, removing your ear wax quickly and safely without any pain.
Our team of highly trained audiologists have many years of providing Microsuction ear wax removal, so you can rest assured that you’ll be in safe hands when you book an appointment. Your audiologist will examine your ear wax build up and determine if Microsuction is the best method of ear wax removal for your ears. We will then be able to remove your ear wax build up providing you with instant relief, and restoring full hearing.
Want to restore your full hearing and experience clean and healthy ears again? Book your appointment at The Hearing Hub today at our Stratford clinic. Just use our online booking tool to schedule your appointment, or alternatively give us a call on 0330 111 9994 or fill out our online contact form and a member of our team will be in touch with you shortly.