We offer personalised and independent hearing care services including hearing assessments, hearing aids, ear wax removal and more. You can visit us at our practice in Plymouth, or arrange a visit in the comfort of your own home.
Are you having trouble following conversations?
Need to turn up your speakers, phone or TV a little more?
We pride ourselves on offering a range of health services to help our community stay on top of their hearing and ear health. Our range of ear health services includes ear wax removal, hearing testing, the latest hearing aids, noise protection and custom-made moulds. You can rely on the friendly and professional team at Moor Hearing for your hearing health. We have over 30 years of combined experience, so you can rest assured that you are in the best hands.
This is all backed up by our diligent and caring aftercare service.
An as independent audiology business with many years of experience, we offer professional services alongside good old-fashioned customer service, care and respect.
We are different from the big hearing solution providers you’ll find on the high street nationally. This means you’ll get more dedicated time during your appointment to chat with our friendly and approachable team. You’ll benefit from our 30+ years of experience and the latest technology in hearing testing and wax removal.
If you require hearing aids we’ll help you to find the right hearing aid solution for your hearing needs, regardless of the brand or manufacturer. As independent hearing specialists, we are not tied to any particular hearing aid manufacturer, and instead, we focus on finding what is right for you.
With Moor Hearing, you won’t need to worry about any surprise pricing at the end of your consultation. We pride ourselves on being transparent with our pricing as this is an important part of your decision process.
You can visit us at our practice in Plymouth, or arrange a visit in the comfort of your own home.
If you’d like to assess your current hearing levels and health, take our free 5-minute test you can do at home.
All you need is a pair of headphones.
“I struggled to find anyone who could help my Dad who is suffering with pretty bad dementia. The mainstream players just want to sell you the equipment and send it in the post.
So incredibly fortunate to have been put in touch with Lee. He truly cares about what he does and clearly cares more about the patient than profits.
The look on my Dad’s face when Lee flicked the on switch was quite remarkable. The aftercare provided by Lee and his team is so wonderfully comforting.”
We’d love to welcome you to our Plymouth practice for hearing assessments, and wax removal, to learn more about hearing aids, or to discuss any hearing concerns you may have.
We offer our full range of services in your own home. If you’d prefer for us to visit you at home click below to see our prices and find out if we cover your area, and make an appointment.
Don’t take our word for it! Read more from the happy clients whose hearing we’ve helped to improve.
Micro suction is now considered to be the safest method of removing ear wax. This is because there is more risk of perforating the eardrum with syringing because you are putting pressurised water into the ear canal. The eardrum is a delicate membrane which can be ruptured. Irrigation or syringing should never be used if you have had a perforated eardrum ever before, even if it were many years ago. There is also a greater risk of getting an infection after syringing because it strips the ear canal of all the wax and natural oils which protect the ear. A small amount of wax is healthy and necessary.
Possibly, yes. There are a few factors to consider though. If you have no underlying hearing loss and an ear that is fully blocked with ear wax, when it is removed you should notice an improvement in your hearing. However, if you only have a partial blockage and sound can still reach the eardrum, or if you have a pre condition hearing loss, having the wax removed may not make any difference at all to your hearing. If you are still having problems hearing after removal, we would recommend having a hearing assessment.
This is a tricky one to answer and no definitive timescale can be given. For some people, they may only need to have wax removed every few years. However, others can make a lot of wax very quickly and need to have it removed regularly, for some of our patients this can be every few weeks or months.
No, it should not hurt at all. It is a gentle suction which we can show you on the back of your hand. It can be a little noisy, but it certainly shouldn’t be uncomfortable.
This can depend on how much wax there is and how hard or soft the wax is. Sometimes if the wax is soft it can take under 10 minutes! We allow plenty of time however to make sure the job is done professionally. Should we need to return for a 2nd visit then there is no charge for this.
The NHS do a fantastic job with the budgets they have, but those budgets are limited. NHS aids tend to be larger, older technology with fewer features.
When you are paying for your hearing aids, you have a choice in what they look (even with a colour choice) and sound like. We only sell the latest technology to give you the best possible hearing. We also offer an improved private healthcare service; the appointments are never rushed and we take as much time as you need to make sure you are getting the best from your new hearing aids. You will be able to see us for advice and problems when you need them rather than waiting for an appointment in the future.
Their extensive range allows us to offer protection for noise (ie shooting), swimming and sleeping. The PRO series of noise protection can be supplied with or without filters. The colours can be customised and custom laser etching is also available.
ACS provide professional In-Ear Monitors, which have been widely acclaimed by the music industry. We can provide a full range of their Ambient and Classic series. If the model isn’t listed below, please contact us.