Earwax is produced as a normal function of the ear canal’s small glands. While many people are obsessed with cleaning their ears, the wax actually serves some important functions like ear canal lubrication and eardrum protection. The wax also has antibiotic properties that help fight ear infections. Sometimes wax accumulation can become excessive, and a hearing loss can occur. If earwax buildup is a problem for you or you feel it is impacting your hearing, make an appointment with us today to have the wax removed.
It is dangerous to insert cotton swabs or other objects in your ear canal to remove earwax.
Our professionals use a microscope and proper tools to safely and effectively remove the excess wax from your ears.