Manual Ear Wax Removal
Manual ear wax removal involves the use of special tools to physically remove ear wax.
What is manual ear wax removal?
Manual earwax removal involves the use of specialized tools to remove the ear wax from the outer part of the ear canal.
Sometimes it helps to physically lift the piece of ear wax if it is quite solid and deep. Often, however, manual removal will be used in conjunction with other, more advanced techniques.
For instance, if one undergoes Water Irrigation, then a tool known as a ‘Jobson Horne’ may also be used in order to remove any compacted wax that the water may otherwise be unable to flush out.
When will I know there is a problem with earwax?
- A feeling of ‘fullness’ in the ear
- Ear pain or soreness
- Hearing difficulties
- Ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
- Itchiness inside the ear
- Liquid discharge from the ear
- Noticeable odour from the ear
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