The Quick, Convenient and Affordable Solution for Blocked Ears in Portsmouth, Southampton and Emsworth

The first & only CQC accredited private earwax removal service on the South Coast


Having blocked ears is an intensely unpleasant experience. It can cause hearing problems, lead to infections and sometimes make you feel dizzy. It’s not surprising that most people want to have it treated as quickly and as safely as possible.  ‘Microsuction’ is the safest and most effective way to unblock them.

Many GP practices still use syringing as the only Ear Cleaning Method but the Clean Ear Clinic clear ears using the microsuction technique.

How can Microsuction help you?


Microsuction involves looking down the ear canal with a microscope, which allows us a direct view of the area being cleaned. We are then able to clean out the blockage quickly and effectively using a tiny vacuum cleaner. Once the wax has gone we are able to check your ear for any other problems.

The cost of procedure is ONLY £85.00*, contact us to book your Microsuction appointment.

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You are in safe hands

The Clean Ear Clinic is part of Southern ENT, a private Ear Nose & Throat group. The Clinic is managed and run by a group of experienced local ENT Consultants and specialist nurses and a GP very experienced in Ear Microsuction.

We provide a high quality, affordable service for self funding patients for the removal of ear wax using the very safe and reliable technique of Microsuction.

The clinics are easily accessible for all towns surrounding Portsmouth, Southampton and Emsworth.

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Article: Cotton swabs are not safe to clean your ears with.

If great care is not taken when cleaning your ears, it could result in impaired hearing, infection, and/or painful long term damage. What makes this troubling is that so many people are still applying old concepts to their ear-cleaning practices and the results are alarming. The Telegraph reports that every year, about 7,000 people in England alone end up in the hospital with injuries sustained by cotton swabs — more than are injured by razor blades.

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