Earwax is seen by many as being disgusting stuff that should never be spoken of. In fact, lots of people choose to try to rid their ears of it by using cotton buds and similar cosmetic instruments because they think that it is dirty and shouldn’t really be there.
Many practitioners today find that microsuction (literally ‘sucking’ the ear wax out of the ear using a specifically designed machine) is a better – and safer – option.
Trying to remove the earwax yourself, before it is ready, can cause numerous problems. These include pushing the earwax deeper and causing temporary hearing loss, impaction, and damage to the eardrums which, in some circumstances, cannot be repaired.
This little known method of removing ear wax is a safer way to do it, as it allows the ear canal to remain visible to the clinician at all times, so they won’t be able to accidentally do any damage to it.
Issues with Hearing Loss because of Ear Wax Build Up are common and in the majority of cases, earwax falls out on its own without the need to remove it. However, if earwax is totally blocking your ear, or if