Ear Microsuction

Earwax is properly known as cerumen. Cerumen is normal and is designed to trap things like dirt/dust and acts to protect the lining of the ear. It is continuously produced and is gradually moved towards the entrance of the ear by the self-cleaning mechanism of the skin and by the action of muscles used in chewing and talking. Wax may appear to be dry and flaky, or crumbly consistency, honey coloured or dark brown and very hard when it may become quite firmly attached to the underlying skin. However, some people experience problems, and ear syringing is one way of removing excessive amounts of earwax.

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