Mr Piotr Swiatek is an approved Clearwax ear wax removal specialist in Surrey who has been ENT-trained to perform endoscopic ear wax removal, including E-suction™, to safely clean and clear your blocked ear. Unlike ear syringing and irrigation which attempts to flush out ear wax blindly by pumping water in your ear, E-suction™ gently vacuums ear wax out of the ear under direct vision using our specially developed iCLEARscope™ endoscope.
The bodily process of producing ear wax is completely natural. For many people ear wax goes unnoticed and does not cause any complications. Ear wax usually migrates out of the ear and does not cause any problems. However, in some people this does not occur and can build up and become impacted inside the ear canal.
It is a safe and comfortable method of earwax removal. A microscope and a finely balanced medical suction device is used to remove the ear wax. The fact that we can clearly see the ear canal and what we are doing makes it exceptionally safe. With no liquids involved it is especially comfortable for the patient and it is usually undertaken in a few minutes. A typical appointment to remove wax from both ears should take no longer than 30 minutes.
Use of ear drops for 3-5 days initially, to soften wax is recommended. They can be purchased from a pharmacist or supermarket without the need for prescription, although usually under guidance from a GP, nurse or a medical professional.
Anti reflux surgery is performed to stop acid reflux that can cause chronic heartburn and inflammation and damage to your oesophagus lining.
Audiology is the diagnosis and treatment of hearing related issues.
A myringoplasty is an operation to repair a hole (perforation) in the eardrum (tympanic membrane).
Surgery to widen the passage between the sinus and your nose so that mucus does not become trapped.
If your goitre is unsightly or interfering with your breathing or swallowing and it has not responded to other forms of treatment, you may need surgery to remove part or all of your thyroid gland. This procedure is known as a thyroidectomy.
A thyroidectomy is an operation to remove all or part of your thyroid gland to treat thyroid gland diseases.
A Tonsillectomy is a common and relatively quick surgery, most often performed to prevent tonsillitis or recurring sore throats. It is also carried out if the tonsils are swollen or large and cause breathing difficulties or sleep disorders.
After successfully completing a national program of local data audits, we are thrilled to have been recognised and named as a NJR Quality Data Provider.
Ashtead Hospital is celebrating after being named as a National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider after successfully completing a national programme of local data audits.
The team at Ashtead Hospital recently had a visit from Rt. Hon Chris Grayling MP, the newly re-elected MP for Epsom and Ewell.