Are you aware that there is an effective way to remove earwax? Earwax removal is not only easy, but also painless. You don’t have to go to the doctor for it.
What is earwax?
How does earwax get into the ear?
Earwax can be formed as early as in childhood. It is usually formed during puberty. It accumulates in the ear canal over time. This causes the ear canal to become plugged. The build up of earwax may cause infections.
How can earwax be removed?
There are many ways to remove earwax. They include:
* Using an ear syringe.
* Using cotton buds.
* Using a suction device.
* Using a chemical agent.
* Using heat.
* Using laser.
* Using surgery.
Using an ear syringe
You can use an ear syringe to remove earwax. It is made up of a tube and a plunger. The plunger is used to push out the earwax.
Using cotton buds
Cotton buds are very useful in removing earwax. You can either insert them directly into the ear canal or use them to clean the ear. You need to be careful when using cotton buds. Make sure that you don’t put too much force on the cotton bud. You should gently push it into the ear canal.
Using a suction device
A suction device is another method of removing earwax. It consists of a plastic tube with a rubber bulb at one end. The other end has a small nozzle. You can either use this device to remove the wax from the ear canal manually or use it to suck out the earwax using a vacuum cleaner.
Using a chemical agent
Another way to remove earwax is to use a chemical agent. This will dissolve the earwax. You can buy these products over the counter. They are available in a variety of colors.
You can also use heat to remove earwax. You can use a warm shower head to do this. Heat softens the earwax and makes it easier to remove. You can also use a heating pad.
Laser treatment is yet another method of removing earwaxy. It uses light energy to destroy the earwax. This method is not recommended for people with hearing loss.
Surgery is another option to remove earwax. A surgeon removes the earwax using a scalpel. He or she may also perform other procedures like a tympanostomy tube placement or an adenoidectomy.