Ear wax removal service.

What is the procedure for
ear wax removal?

Cerumen (ear wax) is a protective substance present in the ear canal, which is eliminated normally, by a natural physiological process. Among other things, it is a protection against infections and its presence in small or moderate quantity, is recommended.

In some people, this elimination process is compromised. In other people, the production of wax is excessive. The wax produced accumulates, forming a plug. That’s where we come in!

Ear wax plug is removed by irrigation, using a syringe and warm water. This process is painless, and improvement of symptoms is generally noted as soon as the plug is eliminated.
Before removing earwax, ear canals are inspected, to determine if ear wax removal is necessary or possible. This assessment help to detect presence of contraindication to ear irrigation (ear infection, eardrum perforation, etc.)
Prior to ear wax removal, one must prepare that process by self-instillation of mineral oil or olive oil in the ears. 2-3 drops twice daily for 3 to 5 days before treatment is recommended. The goal is to soften the wax plug to facilitate its extraction.

What to expect during procedure?

Procedure is normally completed with no pain.

Depending on the severity of the ear impaction, the ear irrigation procedure may be repeated a few days after using  mineral or olive oil.

What do we use to dissolve ear wax?

We may use cerumenolytic solutions such as Baby oil, olive oil, mineral oil, glycerin or peroxide-based ear drops.  

How much this service cost?

Service In clinic


Home care Service 



Excellent service. Je recommande!

L’infirmière est venue à domicile pour un lavage d’oreille. Elle a été très professionnelle, attentionnée et a pris tout le temps nécessaire. En plus, d’une grande gentillesse. Je vais refaire appel à leurs services sans aucun doute!

Anouchka Hurst


Cinq étoiles!

Service fantastique, très efficace et soucieux du détail !

Antoinette Di Carlo


Superb service!

Superb service, knowledgeable, compassionate, dedicated and caring. Willing to see patients 7 days a week from 5 am to 8 pm with appointments.

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