Earworx Opens New Clinic in Brunswick, Melbourne

Announcing our new clinic in Brunswick, Melbourne! We are very excited to be expanding Earworx into Victoria and offering our professional micro-suction service to people in Melbourne. Located on Sydney Road, in inner Melbourne, the clinic will be open on the 7th of June. It is close to public transport, with a tram stop outside and a train station only five minutes away.

When you visit our Brunswick clinic, you will be taken care of by our dedicated and compassionate Registered Nurse Katrina Cruz. Katrina is an experienced nurse who has provided high quality nursing care services to a range of patients in hospital and clinic environments. She takes pride in providing a professional service to all people in her care, and her calm and friendly manner are sure to put you at ease during your appointment.

Where Can I Find the Clinic?

We are located at:

Brunswick Betta Health
30 Sydney Road
Brunswick, VIC 3056

How Can I Make An Appointment?

You can book your appointment via our easy to use online booking system

Otherwise, feel free to contact us directly:
woman nurse at Brunswick vic clinic

What’s Involved in the Earworx Procedure?

Earwax is a naturally occurring and healthy bodily substance. It serves as a protective barrier, preventing infection and foreign bodies from entering our ears and damaging our ear drum. Everyone has earwax, but sometimes we can develop excess wax, or the wax inside our ear canals can become hard and impacted. This can be uncomfortable and painful, causing a range of symptoms.

When you visit our Brunswick Clinic, we will carefully examine the inside of your ears using loupes, which allow a magnified examination of both your ear canals. This examination will allow us to determine whether or not excess wax is present, and whether wax removal is clinically indicated. Our nurses utilise the micro-suction technique used at all Earworx clinics to remove your excess earwax safely and gently.

Micro-suction is a gentle and dry method of earwax extraction. The micro-suction catheter functions like a tiny vacuum; suctioning excess wax out of your ear canal. It is a quick and effective way of removing earwax. Micro-suction requires no water, meaning it is very comfortable and pressure free.

Symptoms of Excess Earwax

Impacted earwax can cause significant pain and discomfort if left untreated. Some of the symptoms include a built up or blocked feeling, itching, ringing in the ear, loss of hearing and dizziness or vertigo.

Some people are naturally predisposed to producing more earwax. However, there are also activities that should be avoided or limited to prevent impacted wax if you are prone to wax build up. These include using cotton buds (or any other implements) to attempt to clean the ears. Regular swimming or diving, using earplugs, or wearing headphones for prolonged periods can also contribute to wax build up. Hearing aid wearers can also experience built up wax.

If you are suffering from excess earwax and experiencing any of these uncomfortable symptoms, it’s important not to attempt to remove the earwax yourself. Removing earwax using cotton buds or your finger can push the wax further into the ear, worsening symptoms or even causing permanent damage. Book an appointment with us today so we can safely and effectively remove your built up earwax.

Why Choose Us

  • We offer a reliable and safe earwax removal procedure
  • Our nurses are trained in the micro-suction wax removal method
  • We carefully check your ears to ensure the safety of your eardrum during the procedure.