Hear in Hagley and Hear in Wombourne are governed by these terms and conditions. Wax removal via micro suction is considered safer than other methods such as syringing. The wax removal will be carried out by a qualified practitioner
Complications of ear wax removal with micro suction are uncommon; however possible complications, side-effects and material risks inherent in the procedure include but are not limited to: incomplete removal of ear wax requiring a return visit (for severely impacted wax), minor bleeding, discomfort, ringing in the ear (tinnitus), perforation of the ear drum and hearing loss. To ensure the risk of complication is minimal, it is essential that accurate past medical history is supplied to our audiologist. In addition, it is important that the patient remains relatively still during the procedure as sudden movement may significantly increase the risk of ear drum perforation, permanent hearing loss and/or bleeding.
By agreeing to these terms and conditions you accept that you have read and understand the possible complications that may occur and agree that our audiologists or hearing care practitioners, cannot not be held responsible for them.
I have read and understood the terms and conditions above and am willing to be bound by them.
We will do everything in our power to make sure we keep you safe from Covid 19. If you accept your appointment we cannot be held responsible if you contract Covid 19. You accept your appointment at your own risk and we accept to carry out the appointment at our own risk.
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