What is Ear Wax?Ear wax, also known as cerumen, is entirely ordinary and necessary. The glands naturally produce it to moisten the ear canals to protect the eardrum from dust and debris, even insects. Earwax typically clears itself from the ears, but it can buildup and cause blockages in some cases.
Symptoms of Ear Wax Blockage
- Hearing Health loss
What Does the Ear Wax Removal Procedure Involve?
First, our fully certified hearing specialists will have a look in your ear canals with an otoscope to examine the extent of earwax buildup – our locations have a video otoscope that allows you to see inside your ear canal on the screen. If the earwax buildup is significant, we will begin the wax removal process using best-practice techniques.