What to do if you have a blockage in your ear canal
When suffering from the symptoms mentioned above most people will use cotton wool buds in the attempt to dislodge the blockage.
This is one of the worst things you can do, in most cases the blockage will be pushed up against the ear drum - worsening the problem, with potential for serious injury.
Ear drops and ear irrigation are possible solutions for removal of the blockage. But these techniques often don’t succeed leaving liquid then trapped in the ear.
The best solution is ear wax removal through microsuction, a far more efficient solution compared to any prescribed medicated ear drops, irrigations or powders.
An ear nurse, through the use of a microscope or microscope glasses, is able to clearly see inside the ear canal under a magnified view and remove the wax through the suction method. Unnecessary movement and minimal discomfort are ensured for successful wax removal.
Here at Ear Hygiene Clinic, we offer microsuction to ensure our customers the safest and most effective technique of wax removal.