Category Archives: Cerumen Management

Suction Tube Connection Clarification

The Pro-Power Vacuum Aspirator is a suction pump designed for both cleaning debris from hearing instruments and cerumen removal from the external auditory canal. Since product packaging only includes special tools for cleaning hearing instruments, it may not be immediately evident how to set up the … Continue reading

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Three is the Key for Mechanical Removal

Not sure what instruments to invest in for mechanical removal of cerumen? While the number of available hand-held instruments is endless, don’t spend your money on instruments that you don’t need or won’t use. Here are my quick tips on … Continue reading

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Pretty Neat NeoZoline Cerumen Removal Instruments

Oaktree Products offers a unique line of NeoZoline cerumen removal instruments in both stainless steel and disposable options. The stainless steel NeoZoline Alligator Forceps have been annodized in a non-reflective powder coating, resulting in a black-colored instrument. The advantage of the coating is that it will absorb light, … Continue reading

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Suction Pump that really sucks….in a good way

Considering a suction pump for your practice? Check out the Pro-Power Vacuum/Aspirator. There are a couple of things that makes this product a favorite. First, it is a relatively inexpensive suction pump designed not only for removing cerumen and debris from hearing instruments, but may … Continue reading

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Bright Idea for Cerumen Management

A popular cerumen removal instrument used by many of my customers at Oaktree Products is the Bionix lighted ear curette. This disposable curette interfaces with a LED light source which provides illumination along the length of the entire curette.  To assemble the lighted ear curette, insert the end … Continue reading

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