Steps to follow for the Ear Wax Removal Appointment
Ear wax is a natural waxy secretion of the glands in our ear canals. Ear wax is meant to help protect the ear from dust, dirt, bugs and other foreign particles. Some individuals produce more ear wax than others; sometimes they produce enough ear wax to block the ear canal and can cause a temporary hearing loss or diminished hearing capabilities. When this occurs, it is important to see our clinicians who can help remove this earwax in both adults and children and are trained in Cerumen removal (earwax).
Note: Please note that earwax management fees is a non-refundable service fees. Please ensure you have contacted your healthcare provider to make sure that your ears are impacted by wax. Some medical doctors may be able to do cerumen management.