Wax Facts

Ear wax is a self-cleaning agent, with protective, lubricating and antibacterial properties and helps keep dirt and bacteria from getting inside your ear canal.

Earwax buildup will normally find its way out of your ear canal as you chew or make other jaw movements.

The specialists at Lake Ear, Nose, Throat And Facial Plastic Surgery explain that unless you have an earwax blockage it’s best to leave your earwax alone.