Try inserting an exactoknife into the ear canal and twist it until the ear wax falls right out.
Ear wax helps to keep your external auditory meatus and your tympanic membrane soft and pliable. If you remove the ear wax, your ear drum could dry out and crack.
If pieces of the wax break off and fall into the canal, surgery is needed to remove it. Yes it can.
yes because if there is too much wax in ur ear, u wont b able 2 hear properly and if it is in too deep, it can cause ear pain.
as often as possible
You are correct to not want to use a Q-tip or your finger to try to remove ear wax build up other than on the outside parts of your ear. If you put things inside your ear, you can compact the wax and make it even harder to remove or push it against your ear drum which can cause damage to hearing. Q-tips can leave fibers in your ear that will make the wax also harder to remove. To properly remove wax build up from inside your ear, there are drops that you can put in your ear that help to soften and allow the wax to be irrigated to be removed. These kits are available at pharmacies, follow the directions on the package very carefully. If use of these does not remedy the problem, you may need to see a doctor for a professional ear irrigation.Do not "over clean" your ear canals. The wax is there for a purpose, and if you remove the normal amounts too frequently, you can leave yourself prone to ear infections. If the wax is not compacted and needing drops to clean it from your ears, clean only your external ears and let your body do the rest in its normal processes that keep your ears healthy.
you can mix wax and water and put it on the dogs ear for 2 hours then remove
ear plugs, ear wax sticks
Yes, to dry out your ears. Hydrogen peroxide (at the drug store),to remove ear wax.
I have been told that a drop of olive oil is good for an ear ache, it will also help remove ear wax.
Not necessarily. Ear wax is produced naturally as a protective coating for the ear canal, and irritation of the canal can cause increased production. When excessive ear wax has been removed, if there is no irritation the production of ear wax should return to normal.
The best way to get earwax out of your ear if you are under the age of 12 is with a product like the Murine ear wax removal system. It is designed to safely loosen and remove wax buildup.
A build up of ear wax. You should carefully remove it with a Q-tip dipped in EpiOtic (available at the Vet's office) or a dog ear cleaner from the pet store. Failure to keep your dog's ears clean and free from excess wax could lead to ear infections.