Ear Care Services
Ear Health is pleased to provide you with a comprehensive range of services and advice.
Our clinics offer various ear care services to help you maintain healthy ears and hearing. We can clean your ears, remove impacted earwax, and assist in managing infections or other conditions listed below.
We also offer hearing tests and screenings to detect any problems early on in some clinics.
The healthcare professionals at Ear Health are specially trained in assessing ear problems. They are also qualified in the delicate technique of earwax and debris removal by microsuction.
You do not need a referral to book an appointment at Ear Health. Many clinics provide same-day appointments, but it’s best to make a booking at your local clinic to secure your spot.
Many Ear Health clinics have links with local general practitioners, audiologists, and ear, nose and throat specialists. As a result, our referral networks help ensure convenient access to the best available health care options for you.
Whether you’re dealing with a minor issue or a more severe condition, our team is here to help.
Earwax is a natural and necessary part of the ear's anatomy. It helps to protect the ear from debris and infection, and it also has a self-cleaning effect. However, earwax can sometimes build up to the point where it becomes uncomfortable or blocks sound from reaching your eardrum. In these cases, earwax removal may be necessary.
An earache is a common ailment caused by various things, such as cold and flu, an injury, or even excess earwax build-up. The most common symptom of an earache is a sharp, shooting pain in the affected ear. However, other symptoms can include dizziness, nausea, and even fever.
There are many types ear infection susually caused by bacteria or viruses. Ear infections can be painful, and may lead to more severe problems if they are not treated promptly. Symptoms of an ear infection include pain, redness, and discharge from the ear.
Swimmer's ear is an infection of the outer ear canal. It's often caused by bacteria that enter the skin through a cut or scrape. Swimmer's ear is also known as otitis externa. The infection can occur in people of all ages, but it's most common in children.
Aeroplane ear is a condition caused by changes in cabin pressure during air travel. The condition is also known as barotrauma, and it can cause pain, inflammation and even bleeding in the middle ear. In severe cases, aeroplane ear can lead to hearing loss.
Surfers ear is a condition caused by the repeated exposure of the ear to cold water and wind. The outer ear becomes irritated, leading to the formation of a bony growth in the ear canal. This growth can eventually block the canal, increasing the risk of infections and making it difficult to hear.
Glue ear is a condition that affects the middle ear and is particularly common in young children. The middle ear is typically filled with air, but this space becomes filled with fluid causing glue ear. Glue ear can cause several problems, including hearing loss and recurrent infections.