OtoClear® Ear Irrigation Tips & Systems

Bionix OtoClear® Ear Irrigation Tips & Systems help healthcare workers provide safe and comfortable ear irrigation without the backsplash, at half the cost of a self-constructed device.

Problem: Traditional ear irrigation sprays water directly into the ear canal, which can be painful, dangerous and messy.

Solution: OtoClear® Ear Irrigation Tips, with Gentle Touch Design, directs water to the ear canal wall with three divergent streams, instead of directly at the Tympanic Membrane.

Result: A safe, well tolerated, and clean ear irrigation tip at half the cost of other irrigation methods.


Features & Benefits

Improved patient comfort because of the soft, Gentle Touch Design.

Directs water flow away from the tympanic membrane at 30 angles for increased safety, virtually eliminating the risk of puncture.

Flared tip design eliminates fear of over-insertion into ear canal.

Exit portals prohibit pressure build-up and direct drainage into an ear basin, eliminating back splash and reducing cleanup time.

Single-use tips reduce the risk of cross-contamination while also eliminating sterilization costs and hassles.


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Instructions for Use – OtoClear Tip
Instructions for Use – OtoClear SprayWash
Delivery Device Cleaning Instructions
Cleaning Instructions – Portable WaterPik System
Cleaning Instructions – SprayWash System
Cleaning Instructions – Tabletop WaterPik System


New Clinical Practice Guidelines for Acute Otitis Media


Aural Irrigation Study

Press Releases

A CPT Code for Bionix® OtoClear® Ear Irrigation?
New OtoClear® Tip with Gentle Touch™ Design
Introducing the New Bionix® Ear Lavage System
Introducing the OtoClear® SprayWash Kit

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can OtoClear eliminate the risk of damage to the eardrum?
Does the OtoClear Tip occlude the ear canal?
Why is the OtoClear Tip less messy in operation?
Is there any chance of puncturing the eardrum by using the OtoClear Tip?
Is the OtoClear Tip suitable for all patients?
Is there a CPT code for this procedure?