Are You In Need of Ear Wax Removal Services?

The experts at The Hearing Place offer ear wax removal services with a device called the Earigator™, the world’s most advanced self-contained ear irrigation system.

Woman's ears being cleaned

How It Works

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The Earigator™ combines the functions of an otoscope and irrigation into one, providing the most advanced means of cerumen control.

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Self-contained temperature control constantly regulates the water to body temperature, avoiding any caloric or vertigo side effects.

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Pressure controls ensure that the Earigator™ quickly removes even impacted cerumen, while never endangering the eardrum.

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Our ear wax removal procedure takes 3-5 minutes and is completely pain-free and highly effective.

Woman's ears being cleaned

What Is Ear Wax?

Ear wax or cerumen is a waxy material produced by glands in the skin of the outer ear canal. It exists to clean and lubricate the ears, as well as protect them from bacteria, fungi, dirt, insects, and water. The feeling of a cerumen blockage is not only uncomfortable; it can also result in earaches, dizziness, or in extreme cases, hearing loss.

The entire team of hearing experts at The Hearing Place is trained to use this technology in order to safely and efficiently remove even the most stubborn ear wax. If you are suffering from a cerumen blockage or would like to visit our team to find out if you are, schedule your appointment today.

 

Still Have Questions?

Give us a call at (970) 716-6262 to speak with one of our audiologists today.

Dr. Brittany Mathisen

Dr. Brittany Mathisen

Margot Steffenhagen

Margot Steffenhagen, MS, CCC-A

Katie Cox

Dr. Katie Cox

Ashley Stumpf

Dr. Ashley Stumpf