Hearbase Folkestone - Hearing Test + Ear Wax Removal Clinic
140 Sandgate Road,
HEARBASE FOLKESTONE – CONTACT 01303 254416
Please contact our Folkestone branch on 01303 254416 or email email@example.com to book your next available appointment.
Ear Wax Removal Clinic every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Our Folkestone consulting rooms are based at Hearbase’s head office in Sandgate Road. This custom-designed facility is fully equipped for diagnostic testing, hearing aid assessment and fitting.
We also provide expert ear wax removal services using water irrigation and microsuction regularly throughout the week.
Hearbase in Folkestone combines the convenience of a town centre location (with free on-site parking), together with the modern clinical environment you would normally only find at one of our hospital sites.
Ear Wax Removal Clinic in Folkestone
Hearbase provides a professional ear wax removal clinic every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at our Folkestone branch. Our highly trained ear care technicians use microsuction and water irrigation, as well as manual tools, to remove the build-up of ear wax quickly and safely. The appointment is usually 30 minutes and our technician can also check your general ear health and refer you to our expert audiologists for onward support, including a comprehensive hearing test.
We take your hearing loss seriously and it needs to be professionally diagnosed and treated with the best solutions available.
We provide a wide range of hearing aids, from the most straightforward to the most sophisticated.
Services at our Folkestone branch:
- Digital hearing aids
- Musicians’ hearing protection
- Ear protection for water sports
- Custom SleepFit ear plugs
- Diagnostic hearing tests
- Tinnitus counselling and rehabilitation
- Ear care and ear wax removal using water irrigation and microsuction
Hearbase is Kent’s largest independent hearing company and we have been working in audiology for more than 20 years. We use the latest diagnostic techniques, combined with first class care and support.
Digital hearing aids come in a vast range to suit everyone’s needs, from the most straightforward to the most sophisticated. Our highly trained audiologists will advise you as which hearing aid best suits your hearing loss and your needs. They will explain the pros and cons of the various features so you can be sure of making the right decision.
As we are independent of any hearing aid manufacturer, this means we have access to all the world’s leading hearing aid brands making it simple to find the best solution for your hearing loss.
We are confident about the quality of our service so all our hearing aids come with a guarantee of 100% satisfaction or your money back.
You can arrange a free assessment with our audiologist by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 01303 254416 to arrange your appointment.
Nikki joined Hearbase in October 2012. She is responsible for the private hearing aid service at our Folkestone branch. As this is one of our busiest locations, managing the centre at Folkestone is a full-time job and Nikki does not routinely work outside of the Folkestone branch.
She was originally employed in an admin role but was supported by the company to undertake a two-year audiology degree at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. After graduating she became part of the clinical team and continues to develop her professional skills. Nikki has gained a reputation across the company for her caring and compassionate approach and high levels of patient satisfaction.
Nikki says that she has enjoyed the transfer in roles within Hearbase. She found the degree challenging but rewarding and has developed her skills to the level that she is now working exclusively with private patients within the company.
Over the past 25 years Nikki has developed roles in retail and customer services management, recruitment and business development. These transferable skills have given Nikki the confidence to develop her career as a clinical audiologist.
Ear care technician
Ashleigh was born and raised in Canterbury where she grew up with her dad and step-mum who are nurses.
“Other family members work in the NHS and care sector, so quite naturally, I found myself working in care and stayed for around eight years,” said Ashleigh. “I worked in care homes, out it in the community and in an agency.
“I then obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and moved to a school to see if teaching was for me. But I found I missed the care sector too much! From all my experience, including the school, there has been a common factor I’ve seen that has isolated people and got them down a lot – that was hearing!
“Hearing is such an essential factor in everyday life and seeing individuals struggle with this really got me interested in helping with hearing loss. I was amazed to find out how many people were affected by ear wax alone. So, here I am, hoping to help some people hear even just a little bit better by relieving them of their wax. I am so excited to embark on this journey and hope to go into further training to become an audiologist.”