Hearing Clinic London
At Kensington Hearing, we provide comprehensive audiology services in London, delivering the highest standards of hearing care. If you are suffering from blocked ears or hearing loss our team of highly skilled HCPC registered audiologists specialise in providing proven and efficient treatments to restore your hearing.
Welcome to Kensington Hearing
Kensington Hearing offers professional audiology services in London.
Our clinic, equipped with innovative medical-grade technology and a dedicated team of experienced audiologists, offers an extensive range of essential and advanced services, including ear wax removal, hearing tests, and hearing aids.
“I made a booking, and within 24 hours my ear which had no hearing in was finally treated”
– Joanne Dynott (Google)
Easy Steps To Get Your Ears Cleaned
If you are experiencing hearing loss or muffled hearing, it could be that your canals are simply blocked with ear wax and need to be cleaned. Microsuction can instantly restore hearing and clarity in less than 20 minutes.
Make an Appointment
You can book online or call us to make your appointment.
Oil Your Ears
Oiling your ears is no longer essential to ear wax removal, however, a few drops the night before can help. We recommend Earol.
Audiologist Removes Wax
Your Audiologist will assess your ears using Otoscopy. Then explain the procedure in full, before gently removing the wax.
Once the ear wax has been removed, you will need to keep your ears dry for 72 hours.
Our Ear Care Guarantee
At Kensington Hearing, we pride ourselves on our professional standards and patient-centric approach. That is why you will only ever see a HCPC-registered audiologist, with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in ear wax removal.
For our ear wax removal service, we offer a satisfaction guarantee: if we’re unable to complete your ear wax removal on the first visit, subsequent visits to clear your ear are absolutely free of charge.
This guarantee is our commitment to you – that we will provide you with the highest level of hearing care. It reflects our dedication to your hearing and well-being, ensuring that your experience with Kensington Hearing is a happy one.
With over 3000 satisfied patients we are confident in our ear care guarantee.
About Kensington Hearing
Our Audiologists are Experienced and dedicated to helping your hearing
Every Kensington Hearing patient is treated by an HCPC-registered audiologist. Many of our competitors use under qualified ear wax technicians who have no affiliation with the Health Care Professional Council and are largely unregulated.
Seeing a qualified audiologist means that they can also answer in-depth any further concerns you may have about your hearing and in those rare instances that your hearing problem is not ear wax they will be able to help you by carrying out other tests. Ensuring that you get the help that you need.
Find Us Easily
Audiology Clinic In Kensington
Kensington Hearing’s ear wax clinic is ideally placed for patients in Kensington, Hammersmith and West London.
Located a two-minute walk from Notting Hill Gate station, with links to the Central Line, Circle Line & District line.
Kensington High Street tube station is just a five-minute walk away.
If you are travelling by bus there are many routes to reach our ear wax clinic, with numerous bus stops on Kensington Church St, the closest stop Palace Gardens Terrace is less than a one-minute walk away.
Frequently Asked Questions
Kensington Hearing is your independent audiology clinic in the heart of London. We understand that hearing loss can significantly impact your quality of life, and we’re here to help. Here are some common questions we receive from our patients and visitors:
What is hearing loss and what causes it?
Hearing loss is a reduction in the ability to hear sounds. It can be caused by many factors, including ageing, exposure to loud noise or music, certain medications, and diseases such as Meniere’s disease and acoustic neuroma.
What is tinnitus and how is it related to hearing loss?
Tinnitus is the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. It’s often associated with hearing loss and can be a symptom of conditions like Meniere’s disease or acoustic neuroma. However, in most cases, the cause of tinnitus is never found.
What is vertigo and how does it relate to balance disorders?
Vertigo is a sensation of feeling off balance, often described as a spinning sensation. It can be a symptom of a balance disorder, often caused by issues in the inner ear or brain.
What is Meniere’s disease?
Meniere’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can lead to dizzy spells (vertigo), tinnitus, hearing loss, and a feeling of fullness or congestion in the ear.
What is an acoustic neuroma?
An acoustic neuroma is a benign tumour that develops on the nerve that connects the ear to the brain. It can cause hearing loss, tinnitus, and balance problems. In the very rare instance of an acoustic neuroma being present single-sided hearing loss can be the first warning sign and is a reason for medical referral.
What is a cochlear implant and who can benefit from it?
A cochlear implant is a device that can be surgically implanted into the ear to help people with severe hearing loss or deafness hear again. It can be beneficial for those who have profound hearing loss and would get no useable hearing from a hearing aid.
What is aural rehabilitation?
Aural rehabilitation is a type of therapy that helps people with hearing loss improve their communication skills and quality of life. It can include lip reading, auditory training, and counselling.
What is a paediatric hearing assessment?
A paediatric hearing assessment is a series of tests designed to evaluate a child’s hearing. It’s crucial for early detection and treatment of hearing problems in children. It is not something that we provide at Kensington Hearing.
What services does Kensington Hearing offer?
At Kensington Hearing, we offer a wide range of services including hearing assessments, hearing aids, aural rehabilitation, ear wax removal and more. We also provide family support and suggest workshops to help our patients and their families navigate their hearing journey.
How can I book an appointment?
You can book an appointment by calling our clinic or through our website. We work closely with GP practices, ENT consultants, and hospitals to provide comprehensive care.
What facilities does Kensington Hearing have?
Our audiology clinic is equipped with market-leading equipment for hearing testing. We also have comfortable consultation rooms and a welcoming reception area for our patients and visitors.
How can I stay updated with Kensington Hearing?
You can follow us on our social media platforms for the latest updates, research, and information about hearing and balance disorders. We also regularly host events in the local community.
What is the location of Kensington Hearing?
Kensington Hearing is conveniently located at 58-60 Kensington Church St, London, W8 4DB. We are just a short walk away from Notting Hill Gate station, with easy access to the Central Line, Circle Line, and District Line. Kensington High Street tube station is also just a five-minute walk away.
What are the operating hours of Kensington Hearing?
Our clinic is open from Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 7:30 pm. We also offer appointments on Sundays subject to availability.
How can I contact Kensington Hearing?
You can reach us by calling 020 7459 4306 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the experience of the audiologists at Kensington Hearing?
All our audiologists are HCPC-registered and have over 5 years of experience in the Hearing Sector. We follow strict BSA guidelines to ensure the highest standard of treatment.
What other services does Kensington Hearing offer?
In addition to our audiology services, we also offer ear wax removal, hearing tests, and a wide range of modern hearing aids personalised to your needs. We also offer home visits throughout London for those who prefer to receive our services in the comfort of their own home.
What resources are available for patients at Kensington Hearing?
We have a wealth of resources available for our patients, including articles on different types of hearing aids, when to get ear wax removal and a comprehensive guide on ear microsuction. You can find these resources on our website.
At Kensington Hearing, we are dedicated to helping you and your family navigate your healing journey. We believe in providing comprehensive, personalised care to all our patients. If you have any further questions or would like to book an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us
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