Is My Problem a Result of Earwax?One common cause of hearing loss is a buildup of earwax or cerumen. Earwax protects your eardrum by trapping dirt and debris, preventing it from moving deeper into your ear canal. Earwax also repels water and acts as a moisturizer.
Too much earwax can block the ear canal and cause hearing loss. Impacted earwax must be removed to improve your hearing. Never use cotton swabs, fingernails or other small instruments to remove earwax yourself, you’re likely to make matters worse. You will push the earwax farther down, making it harder to remove. Please see a professional to determine if earwax is your problem and have it removed.
How do I get rid of earwax?
Earwax removal can be a time consuming process and Hearing Dynamics is here to help make the process a little more pleasant for our patients. Call us at (520) 378-1212 or make your manual earwax removal appointment today!
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