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Ear Exam

If your ears are producing normal amounts of earwax, nothing will likely happen if it isn’t removed. You shouldn't need to remove earwax at all, as it acts as a natural barrier for your ear canal, trapping dust, dirt, and bacteria and preventing any injuries to the delicate area.

However, if you do have an excess or buildup of earwax, and it’s not removed, it can cause several symptoms such as irritation and hearing loss, and the wax can become impacted.  

Impacted earwax is common, especially in older adults, as wax becomes harder as we age. Impacted earwax can cause a range of symptoms, either in one or both of your ears, including:


  • Dizziness

  • Tinnitus

  • Earache

  • Trouble hearing

  • Itching


hearing tests can help identify any potential hearing loss early on.

This allows for timely intervention and treatment, which can prevent further deterioration of hearing abilities.

Screening Test
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