Hearing & Balance Doctors
Earwax Removal In Utah And Nevada
Have you noticed that your ears are starting to feel blocked from time to time?
If you’re struggling to hear others or find yourself turning the TV volume up frequently, it could be a sign that you have a buildup of wax in your ears.
While audiologists love and celebrate the sticky-like substance that lives inside of your ears, just like anything, when there’s too much of it, it can be a pain.
Forget Q-tips or bobby pins – the best thing you can do is to leave it alone!
In fact, one of the main causes of an earwax compaction is due to improperly cleaning your ears by trying to use Q-tips. In most cases, you are actually pushing the earwax further into the ear canal.
Not only is this extremely dangerous, but it can also present many challenges, including temporary or sudden hearing loss, dizziness, headaches, and even ear pain.
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How Do I Get Rid Of Earwax?
As earwax regulates itself, the more you mess with your ears, the more earwax your ears will produce.
While there are at-home methods you can use to get rid of earwax, the best thing you can do is to leave your ears in the hands of Utah and Nevada’s most trusted hearing and balance doctors.
No matter the problem, big or small, we will be on hand to help.
How Does Earwax Removal Work?
The first thing we will do is take a look into your ears using an otoscope. Here, we will be able to see if there is actually a buildup of wax or if it is perhaps a more serious issue.
If it does happen to be a wax buildup, we can either use a scoop-like instrument called a corvette to gently scoop the earwax out or use a syringe that we fill with water and insert inside of your ears.
This helps to flush out the wax and keeps your ears healthy. It’s also a relief to get all of that gunk out of your ears!
Before and After the Removal of Earwax
Schedule An Appointment Today
If you’re experiencing frequent blockages of earwax, then it’s likely that it’s not going to go away on its own.
Combining 20 years of experience, our experts have dealt with all kinds of hearing concerns and can proudly say we are recognized as a leading healthcare provider in the region.
To take your first step toward relief, you can schedule your appointment by completing the form on this page, and we will shortly be in touch.
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