Ear Wax Removal

Excess earwax can be uncomfortable and affect your hearing. At Nantwich Hearing Centre, we offer expert wax removal services. Our audiologist, Alan Jackson, utilises safe and effective methods to ensure your ears are clean and your hearing is clear.

Wax Removal Services at Nantwich Hearing Centre

Are you experiencing discomfort or reduced hearing due to excess earwax? You’re not alone; earwax build-up is a common issue that can impact your daily life. At Nantwich Hearing Centre, we specialise in gentle and effective wax removal to restore your hearing clarity and comfort. You cannot put a price on your hearing health. Your ears are delicate and sensitive so please ensure you see a properly trained professional.

Why Choose Nantwich Hearing Centre for Wax Removal?

  • Expert Audiologist: Our highly trained audiologist, Alan Jackson, Co-Founder & Managing Director (BSHAA, HCPC), is skilled in the art of earwax removal. With years of experience, Alan ensures safe and effective wax removal procedures.
  • Painless and Non-Invasive: Our wax removal procedures are painless and non-invasive, prioritizing your comfort and well-being. You can relax knowing that you’re in expert hands.
  • Customised Care: We understand that every individual is unique, and so are their earwax issues. Our wax removal services are tailored to your specific needs, ensuring the best possible outcome.
  • State-of-the-Art Equipment: We use advanced equipment and techniques to gently remove excess earwax. Different methods are suitable in different circumstances and Alan will discuss the most suitable method for you. These modern methods offer superior results while minimising discomfort.
  • Quick and Convenient: Don’t let earwax-related discomfort disrupt your life. Our wax removal appointments are quick and convenient, allowing you to get back to enjoying the world of sound in no time.

Why Does Earwax Build Up?

Earwax, or cerumen, is a natural substance produced by your ears to protect them from dust, debris, and harmful microorganisms. However, in some cases, earwax can accumulate and become impacted. Common factors contributing to earwax build-up include the use of cotton swabs, hearing aids, or earplugs. It can also occur naturally due to the shape of your ear canal.

Our Wax Removal Process

When you visit Nantwich Hearing Centre for wax removal, we will begin by examining your ears using specialised equipment. Based on the extent of the build-up and your medical history, we will choose the most appropriate method for removal, ensuring your safety and comfort throughout the procedure.

Say goodbye to earwax-related discomfort and hello to clear, comfortable hearing. Book your wax removal appointment with Nantwich Hearing Centre today, and let us help you rediscover the joy of unimpeded sound.

Ear Wax Removal for patients across Cheshire

  • Nantwich
  • Willaston
  • Worleston
  • Wistaston
  • Wybunbury
  • Baddiley
  • Crewe
  • Church Coppenhall
  • Church Minshull
  • Hankelow
  • Wrenbury
  • Weston
  • Calveley
  • Audlem
  • Bunbury
  • Warmingham
  • Betley
  • Checkley
  • Spurstow
  • Marbury
  • Bickley Moss
  • Barthomley
  • Wrinehill
  • Chester
  • Beeston
  • Tiverton
  • Woore
  • Bickley
  • Sandbach
  • Wheelock
  • Radway Green
  • Winsford
  • Adderley
  • Eaton
  • Tarporley
  • Little Budworth
  • Middlewich
  • Madeley
  • Wharton
  • Audley
  • Alsager
  • Harthill
  • Cote Brook
  • Whitchurch
  • Madeley Heath
  • Whitegate
  • Brereton
  • Huxley
  • Rode Heath
  • Silverdale
  • Clotton
  • Tattenhall
  • Malpas
  • Broxton
  • Keele
  • Duddon
  • Holmes Chapel
  • Ashley
  • Harecastle
  • Tilstock
  • Davenham
  • Longford
  • Hartford
  • Hargrave
  • Market Drayton
  • Cuddington
  • Delamere
  • Chatterley
  • Kidsgrove
  • Whitmore
  • Coddington
  • Tilston
  • Kelsall


What our clients say about ear wax removal

Useful information prior to your first visit

We have put together some commonly asked questions

We always allow an hour and a half for a full hearing assessment. Unlike other bigger organisations, we take the time to do a thorough assessment to ensure you get the very best results and have the opportunity to ask as many questions as you need to.

We actively encourage you to bring someone with you to your hearing assessment should you wish to.

This could be a spouse, partner, family member or someone who you feel close to. They can provide invaluable support and often provide us with really useful information during the initial discussions.


Yes we have a warm, comfortable, wheel chair accessible waiting area so please don’t worry if you arrive a little early.

Yes there is both a short-stay and a long-stay car park within a few minutes walk of our Clinic. You will find a map on our contact page but please contact us on 01270 611212 if you need more detailed directions.

Yes we have a ground floor toilet accessible for all our clients.

Anyone who is fitted with hearing aids needs time to adjust and get used to them. To ensure you get the most from your hearing aids you will need regular follow-up appointments. Unlike some major high street retailers, we provide a comprehensive aftercare service. We do not want your hearing aids to end up discarded in a drawer! As a small, family run business we work closely with you and take the time to ensure your hearing is the best it can be. Alan is in our centre 5 days a week and we are happy to arrange appointments at short notice or outside opening hours if necessary. All aftercare appointments are included in the cost of your hearing aids.

Early indications of hearing loss are;

  • Frequently having to ask people to repeat themselves.
  • Having difficulty hearing in noisy or busy places
  • Misunderstanding conversations
  • Finding that people are mumbling
  • Having to increase the volume on the television
  • Avoiding social situations

If any of the above sound familiar then we recommend that you make an appointment with a qualified audiologist.

No. Like other items such as mobile phones and cameras, technology has moved on and today’s hearing aids are smaller, lighter and very discreet. In some cases they are totally invisible and others won’t know you are wearing them. A hearing aid should never be uncomfortable. At Nantwich Hearing Centre we will ensure yours fit perfectly.

Your hearing assessment will be conducted by Alan Jackson, who is a qualified Audiologist registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). All your fitting and aftercare appointments will also be with Alan. You will get to know him very well!