Ear Syringing

Ear Syringing

Wax is an important and natural secretion found in the ear. It protects the ear against dust, dirt and bacteria, so it helps to prevent infection. Wax, or cerumen as it is also known, is composed of epithelium (skin cells), dust and oily secretions from the sebaceous and ceruminous glands in the ear canal. These secretions lubricate the ear canal and prevent it becoming too dry. The composition of wax varies from individual to individual depending on diet, age, and environment

This procedure uses a soft pulsing flow of lukewarm water/saline to gently flush out the wax/blockage. Dr Mottram will begin by taking a careful medical history and performing a careful examination of the ears with an Auroscope. We will then discuss the details and benefit of the procedure and any potential side-effects.

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