When a child suffers from glue ear ENT specialists usually recommend using grommets. These are small plastic tubes that are placed inside the ear canal; this allows air to pass in and out of the ear despite having symptoms of glue ear. The child may wear grommets even when swimming, although underwater swimming must be avoided. An ear plug may be worn to protect the grommet when swimming, showering or bathing.
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Hospitals and clinics covered by:
Private hospital run by Nuffield Health
Glasgow, G12 0PJ
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Private hospital run by BMI Healthcare
Aberdeen, AB10 1RW
Private hospital run by Spire Healthcare
Edinburgh, EH12 6UD
Stirling, FK7 9PU
Glasgow, G52 3NQ
Edinburgh, EH22 1FE
Dundee, DD2 1LJ