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We come to you

How the procedure works

  • We will take a detailed history to fully understand your ear health.

  • We use a manual wax removal method under direct vision using a head-worn microscope system fitted with a bright light.

  • A small funnel is placed gently in your outer ear canal to protect your ear and gain a good view of your ear canal and ear drum.

  • During microsuction, a small suction device is inserted slowly into your ear, and attached to the wax in order to remove it. This machine is like a tiny vacuum cleaner and it is normal if you hear a loud "whooshing" sound during this procedure. 

  • Depending on the type of wax or other debris in your ear, the audiologist may need to use a curette or forceps instead of microsuction.



The cost for an earwax removal session is $160.

No referral is required.

Unfortunately there is no Medicare rebate for this procedure.

We charge a standard call out fee of $80 for home visits.

Please contact us for areas serviced.


We will endeavour to work around your schedule. Please contact us below for enquiries.

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