Ear Syringe

In the first instance you must consult with a GP as there may be an underlying infection or damage to the ear drum in which case an ear syringe could make the problem worse. After the GP has examined you and ruled out any possible underlying issue you will then be asked to make an appointment with a nurse to have your ear(s) syringed. Syringing takes 10 minutes per ear. You can make an appointment any day or time with either Practice Nurse.