Our expert says:
The safest way would be for someone to first have a look in the earcanal to see if any residual material is noted. If this is the case, I would recommend you visit your ENT surgeon to have this removed under microscopic vision with gentle suctioning. This also allows for proper examination of the entire ear canal, as the microscope used for this will allow for a 200x to 250x enlargement.
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