EAR WAX REMOVAL
Some people build-up excess ear wax in their ear canals. This can cause decreased hearing, pain, and even lead to infection of the ear canals (swimmer's ear).
What to expect?
Treatment may include flushing the wax out with warm water, and/or removing it with an instrument called a cerumen curette. You can help by putting Debrox drops (available over the counter) in the affected ears for a few days prior to your visit.