Ear Cleaning by Doctor

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Re: Ear Cleaning by Doctor

Post by OrangeDragon » Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:28 pm

StroppyChops wrote:never heard anyone ever say that ear candles worked for them...
that's because it's a hippy hoax that doesn't actually work.
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Re: Ear Cleaning by Doctor

Post by Anchor Moy » Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:53 pm

Just don't let any barber put anything in your ears - good friend is now deaf in one ear thanks to a PP barber. it's just not worth it.

Either go to a proper doctor or a Ucare chemist should sort you out.
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Re: Ear Cleaning by Doctor

Post by oopsfermi » Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:22 pm

Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:
Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:02 am
picaroon wrote:
Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:Most doctors cannot see my ear drum as I have really small ear canals. That being said, I don't trust most people to clean out my ears in whatever style or fashion. Has anyone had a local doctor around Phnom Penh clean their ears out with a scope and whatever other instruments? I want to get a good ear cleaning as I know I am losing some hearing due to blockage. Any suggestions?

Thanks

Sir Q
I've used Dr Ngann Sophean at

Polyclinique Aurore #58-60, Street 113, Phnom Penh
Tel +(855)(0)23-360152 +(855)(0)12-779824 +(855)(0)12-667561

He uses a scope with monitor so you can watch what he is doing (if you want). Paid $20.
This sounds like what I am looking for. Awesome, thanks!
Apologies for necro'ing the thread, but I just wanted to report a great experience with Dr. Ngann Sophean, and my visit was based on his mention here as found via Google. $30 to examine both ears (and you can watch on TV) and give a prescription, $30 for the follow-up a week later where he actually ended up cleaning one of them out (this was a little scary; ear drops, followed by big pointy metal thing way down deep in the canal, followed by water via syringe.)

And he has good English, which gets better when you can hear out of both ears! Which I can now!

2PM seems like a good time to go if you are.
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Re: Ear Cleaning by Doctor

Post by Duncan » Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:28 pm

oopsfermi wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:22 pm
Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:
Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:02 am
picaroon wrote:
Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:Most doctors cannot see my ear drum as I have really small ear canals. That being said, I don't trust most people to clean out my ears in whatever style or fashion. Has anyone had a local doctor around Phnom Penh clean their ears out with a scope and whatever other instruments? I want to get a good ear cleaning as I know I am losing some hearing due to blockage. Any suggestions?

Thanks

Sir Q
I've used Dr Ngann Sophean at

Polyclinique Aurore #58-60, Street 113, Phnom Penh
Tel +(855)(0)23-360152 +(855)(0)12-779824 +(855)(0)12-667561

He uses a scope with monitor so you can watch what he is doing (if you want). Paid $20.
This sounds like what I am looking for. Awesome, thanks!
Apologies for necro'ing the thread, but I just wanted to report a great experience with Dr. Ngann Sophean, and my visit was based on his mention here as found via Google. $30 to examine both ears (and you can watch on TV) and give a prescription, $30 for the follow-up a week later where he actually ended up cleaning one of them out (this was a little scary; ear drops, followed by big pointy metal thing way down deep in the canal, followed by water via syringe.)

And he has good English, which gets better when you can hear out of both ears! Which I can now!

2PM seems like a good time to go if you are.
Would the end result be the same if he spoke Chinese ?
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