What is ear wax?

Ear wax is instrumental in protecting and cleaning of the ears. 

It is a natural substance that is produced as a skin gland secretion inside the ear canal. Ear wax helps in the prevention of foreign bodies from making their way into the ear canal. 

Ear wax also contains antibacterial properties. Ear wax is a natural way in which the body protects and cleans itself and it is not harmful at all. Despite this, there is a saying that too much of a good thing can be dangerous and this also applies to ear wax. 

Excessive secretion and buildup of ear wax can sometimes cause problems like discomfort in the ear, tinnitus, and hearing loss.

If you find your ears producing excessive wax, you will need book in for ear wax removal. Removing wax on your own is not recommended as you could damage the ear in the process. Safe wax removal can be done only by trained professionals with the right tools. 

We have trained and experienced audiologists at Gippsland Audiology who can perform ear wax removal in a safe environment. Booking Ear wax removal in Warragul is accompanied by personalized recommendations for managing your ear wax problem on an ongoing basis.  

For ear cleaning in Warragul, we recommend that you book in with one of the leading ear wax removal clinics in Victoria

If you have any ongoing issues with hearing or tinnitus, our audiologists will be able to help you with a hearing test followed by necessary recommendations for the successful management of your problem.


Can I buy a hearing aid without a test?

Can I buy a hearing aid without a test

If you take a hearing test, it will empower your audiologist with pertinent information about your hearing problem. 

Before selecting hearing aids, a hearing test will be able to evaluate if you have hearing loss. The test will also be able to determine the type and the degree of hearing loss along with the probable cause. 

With a hearing test, the audiologist will be able to determine what kind of sounds you are unable to hear. This is important as it varies from one person to the other. Hearing aids are specifically programmed for the person wearing it, so a generic hearing aid will not suit everybody. With a hearing test, an audiologist in Victoria can determine if you need advanced medical management. 

At Gippsland Audiology, we have trained and experienced audiologists who will conduct an extensive hearing test and then discuss their findings with you, so that together, they can come to the best solution for your communication requirements. 

Their solution may include hearing aids. Our expert audiologists are highly trained and up to date with the latest hearing aids, and they know which styles and brands will be suitable for you. 

Since our audiologists are not at all affiliated with any hearing aid manufacturer, their recommendations for your hearing problem are in your best interests without any bias.