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Blocked ears

Your ears could be blocked from earwax causing a gradual hearing loss.

How to get rid of really hard excess earwax

Gentle application of olive oil into the ear could be the solution. Be patient as it may take time for the earwax to soften.

Really hard wax

If you have really hard impacted wax you can either consult your doctor or a private hearing aid audiologist. There is no charge and the hearing specialist will be able to help with at free hearing test if hearing loss is still an issue after removing the wax.

 If you have any questions about earwax removal call us or book an appointment online.

Make an appointment

The Ear Clinic Ltd. are leading providers of ear health assessments and Ear Microsuctioning. They provide Ear Microsuction services at a number of Bloom’s Auckland clinics as listed below.

Milford
125 Kitchener Road
Milford Auckland
Call us: 09 489 3412
Email: milford@bloomhearing.co.nz

Remuera
122 Remuera Road
Remuera Auckland 
Call us:09 520 0533
Email: remuera@bloomhearing.co.nz

Henderson 
1a Montel Avenue
Henderson Auckland
Call us: 09 835 3332
Email: henderson@bloomhearing.co.nz

To learn more about The Ear Clinic Ltd. and Ear Microsuctioning, 
visit www.theearclinic.co.nz

Ear wax and temporary deafness

Some people mistake wax build up for actually going deaf
You could be suffering from both, but you need the excess wax removed before you can be checked for a natural hearing loss.

We actually do need wax  - but not too much!
Our body creates it all the time to keep ears healthy. It's only when we get excess wax build up that we have to do something about it.

Microsuction for safe ear wax removal

Excessive wax
For some reason, some people produce excessive wax that requires frequent microsuction treatment.

Microsuction ear wax Removal
  • It is absolutely safe as modern equipment is used by professionals.
  • It is a painless procedure and our hearing specialist will complete the process in minutes.

If your aids don't work it could be wax

Earwax in your aids
One patient we saw suffers from excess wax, mainly in one ear. His hearing aid for that ear was the one that periodically needed a clean up.

If this happens to you, visit your bloom hearing specialist for a check up. (Even if you did not buy your hearing aids from us.)

How can the hearing specialist help you?
  • They will clean up your hearing aids and get them working properly again. No charge. 
  • They can show you how to maintain your hearing aids so that you can prevent this happening again.