How Can a Doctor Remove Ear Wax?

Earwax doesn’t usually need to be removed as it will make its way out of your ear naturally. However, if the wax gets stuck it can build up and block your ear. You may be able to manage the problem by yourself, but if this doesn’t work you can ask a doctor for help.

Should You Use a CPAP Machine?

If your doctor at the London ENT clinic has suggested that you try a CPAP machine, you may be wondering what it is and how it can help you. Read on to learn why this treatment may be recommended to you.

How Common is Snoring?

Snoring is very common. Most of us will snore at some point in our lives, although it is usually only a temporary problem that happens when a cold cause a blocked nose. However, for large numbers of people in the UK, snoring is something that happens regularly. It can have a big impact on sleep quality and may be linked with potentially serious breathing problems, which is why it is so important to seek treatment for snoring.

Simple Tricks to Stop Yourself Snoring

If you snore regularly it’s a good idea to see an ENT specialist to find out if there’s a reason why, especially if your breathing seems to be affected. However, there are also a few simple lifestyles changes you can make alongside any treatment for snoring you receive from the doctor.

Is Your Dizziness Caused By Inner Ear Problems?

Dizziness is one of those symptoms that can have a wide range of different causes, which can make getting the right diagnosis rather tricky. When you tell your GP that you’ve been filling dizzy, they might want to check whether it is due to your diet, your heart, or an infection as well as looking for inner ear problems.

Self-pay and insured patients are welcome

The Harley Street ENT Clinic has agreed contractual rates with most health insurance companies such as United Healthcare Global, Aviva, Allianz Worldwide Care, Bupa, CIGNA, Simplyhealth, Standard Life (PruHealth), Aetna International and WPA amongst others.

We also deal directly with the insurance companies saving you the trouble of paying first and then reclaiming.

Patients funding their own treatment will be provided with consultation fees and the potential cost of onward treatment at the time of booking their appointment.