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ENT & Microsuction

Who are our ENT Special Interest Doctors?

We have two brilliant ENT Special Interest Doctors that work at Willesden Green Surgery.


Dr Rabee is a currently undergoing a Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) fellowship working St Mary's Hospital. She has completed a Diploma in Head & Neck Surgery and is confident with all things ENT and has been running ENT clinics at the surgery for the last few years.

Dr Abbas is a currently undergoing a Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) fellowship working Northwick Park Hospital, dealing with all things ENT. He is working to complete his Diploma in Head & Neck Surgery. 

What is Microsuction?

Ear microsuction is a safe and effective method of removing impacted earwax and other debris from the outer ear canal using a specialised medical instrument called a microscope.

During the procedure, the clinician will use a gentle suction device and a tiny, specially-designed tube to carefully and precisely remove any buildup of earwax or other debris that may be causing discomfort, hearing problems, or other symptoms.

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How do I know if I need microsuction?

The doctors will review each ENT problem by arranging a face-to-face appointment and assess your ears, and make a personalised decision best suited to your problem.

If microsuction is needed for medical purposes (e.g. infection) then we will urgently provide this for you in-house at the practice. For routine non-urgent microsuction such as impacted wax, Dr Rabee and Dr Abbas run a local NHS Microsuction Hub at a nearby site, with a short 1 week waiting list. 

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