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Microsuction EarWax Removal Clinic Pinner

Microsuction EarWax Removal Clinic Pinner

Category: Health and Medical Clinics

Address: 3 Red Lion Parade
at G & G Pinner Optometrists
Pinner
Middlesex
HA5 3JD

Landline: 0800 13... Landline: 0800 13...

 Website: www.earwaxremoval.net/microsuction-clinic-locations/0800-1-337-987-microsuction-earwax-removal-clinic-in-central-london
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Best Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Clinic In Pinner North West London HA5 The Microsuction Ear Wax Removal Network was founded by Jason Levy, an Audiologist who has specialised in ears for 15 years. We only do ears, and can advise you and provide help for hearing loss, tinnitus and ear wax blockages. All of our practitioners have been trained and certified to be competent in the microsuction ear wax removal technique.

Microsuction is widely considered to be the safest method of ear wax removal, and considerably safer than irrigation or syringing. We use special microscopes that allow us to see inside your ear canal with both eyes, giving a wide field of view as well as depth perception. This enables us to very accurately target the ear wax and avoid sensitive parts of your ear. We then use a very gentle medical suction unit that uses a regulated low pressure suction that safely and gently removes your ear wax.

If your ears aren't blocked, we will perform a hearing test and/or provide advice on ear health and what your next steps should be.

However, if you do have ear wax, we have a 99.8% success rate at removing 100% of the ear wax blockage, and we will do our best to remove your ear wax safely and painlessly. Where we are unable to remove 100% of the wax, we are usually able to remove 90-95% of the wax, and a few days of applying Earol should loosen the remaining 5-10%. In very rare cases, you will need to book a second appointment. The usual reason for incomplete wax removal is impacted ear wax, and you can increase your chances of a successful 100% wax removal procedure by applying two squirts of Earol twice a day for four to five days prior to the procedure in order to slightly soften the wax. We recommend that you don't use cotton wool as this will draw the oil away from the ear wax. Earol is sterile pharmacy grade olive oil and is supplied in a sealed spray bottle. Although olive oil is very gentle, the spray droplets penetrate wax more efficiently than drops. We recommend Earol for this reason. Sometimes, however, because the ear wax is so hard and has been there for so long, 4 or 5 days of Earol aren't enough, so a different product such as Waxsol may be more effective. In most cases, if the ear wax is not sufficiently softened for microsuction to be effective, we can use the dry instrument remove technique to remove the ear wax instead.

Our Pinner ear wax removal clinic is situated within G & G Pinner Optometrists, which you can find opposite Barclays Bank. The nearest car park is in Love Lane.

Local sources say "Pinner is centuries old. It was one of the ten hamlets of the medieval Harrow Manor and is still the most easily distinguishable today. Among the oldest written records of Pinner is one telling us that the church was here during the 1230s.

Pinner was the sort of village you learn about at school. Near the centre it had a church on a low hill with a street of houses leading down to the river. At the north was woodland and a large common or green. South of the street was a huge area subdivided into a few large fields and split up again into small portions. These were shared out among all the villagers, and as a rule they co-operated so that the same crop was grown on all the plots in any one field. This is the area where today the very large estates of 20th century semi-detached houses are to be found, and the two long roads the villagers used to get to their pieces are still here today - Cannon Lane and Rayners Lane. Rayners Lane used to be called Bourne Lane because it crossed several streams.

By 1914 new neighbourhoods were appearing away from the centre of Pinner - North Harrow, St. George's Headstone and a vastly enlarged Hatch End. Hundreds of men from Pinner served in some capacity during World War One, and many of those who died are remembered on the War Memorial at the top of the High Street in 1921.

Between the two world wars the physical expansion of London reached Pinner and went beyond it. The fields disappeared under large new estates and roads. A fresh neighbourhood appeared around Rayners Lane station. New shopping centres, schools and churches were needed. Cinemas were provided.

With a clutch of fine timber-framed buildings, Pinner High Street, a remarkable survival of a medieval village, is also a café culture hub and a star in its own right, so picturesque that it is often used as a filming location. Eddie Redmayne was spotted there shooting the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything, for which the young British star scooped this year's best actor Oscar.

Considered the wealthy side of the London borough of Harrow, Pinner has a strong sense of community, with four key events each year. There are celebrations in April for St George's Day, then comes Pinner Fair in May - granted charter status in 1336 by King Edward III - the Pinner Village Show in Pinner Memorial Park on the second Saturday in September, and Pinner Pantomime Evening, on the last Thursday of each November."

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