Professor Marcus Atlas and our team treat many cases of ear wax and exostosis. Both conditions can be challenging for the patient, but can be treated – and even prevented.

Any disorders concerning ear wax are often misunderstood, leading to potentially worsening the condition. Learn more about preventing and treating ear wax and exostosis.


If you have an enquiry about any treatment options, please contact us.

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Ear Wax

Ear wax (or cerumen) is a natural substance produced in the ears of many mammals, including humans. Despite popular beliefs, it helps keep our ears clean by filtering out dust, debris, and other substances like shampoo.


Exostoses are slow-growing bony lumps in the ear canal. People who regularly get water in their ears are more likely to get exostoses, which is why it is often called swimmer’s ear or surfer’s ear.