A professional audiologist cleans the ear of wax that might block the ear canal and hamper hearing
What You'll Get
- What’s included: removal of wax from one or both ears
- The procedure includes irrigation, microsuction or instrumentation, or a combination of all to remove wax blocking the ear canal
How to get rid of earwax? While naturally occurring and necessary to maintain the ear canal in good condition, earwax can sometimes accumulate beyond what’s desirable. Wax buildup can occur on its own or as a result of improper cleaning, when it might get pushed deeper into the ear, creating a blockage. This can even cause a temporary hearing loss, a thing that quite commonly goes unnoticed in small children. Other symptoms may include ache, ringing, dizziness, or even cough, due to various caverns in the head being connected. Fortunately, wax buildup can be fixed courtesy of this Sound and Silence deal, which sees an audiologist use a combination of techniques to remove the excess cerumen, which is the medical name of earwax. To take advantage of this ear cleaning voucher, book an appointment within seconds using the Groupon Booking Tool.
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Mandatory booking required. To Book send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the Groupon voucher. Present Groupon on arrival. 72-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older. Must use ear drops to soften the wax prior to the appointment; failure to do so may result in inability to remove the wax and extra charges for follow-up appointment. If no ear wax is found, the voucher will cover an ear examination and any relevant medical advice provided by audiologist with an option of hearing screen test available - the report of which can be sent to the GP. Valid for option purchased only.
About Sound and Silence
Sound and Silence provides patients with knowledge and treatments to alleviate the potential consequences of various hearing-related conditions. The consultations are provided by a clinical audiologist, online and face-to-face.