What To Do About Earwax (Cerumen)
In many cases, treatment is available for hearing loss, but you might not need much. Consider that earwax buildup can cause hearing loss. You may just need your ears cleaned! Earwax (cerumen) is a waxy substance secreted in the outer ear to protect the ear from damaging substances, such as germs, dirt, and water. Despite your best efforts to clean wax out, it can become impacted in and around the eardrum, causing temporary hearing loss. You can’t feel this dry, waxy buildup, but it can lead to temporary hearing loss. Cleaning your ears yourself with a cotton swab can worsen the situation worse by pushing the wax in deeper. We can remove ear wax safely. Call or text us to schedule an appointment. We’ll investigate your hearing problems. If wax is the issue, we’ll unplug your ears right away.
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