Schedule ear coning in Dover, New Hampshire
Ear coning (or candling) is a relaxing, non-invasive procedure for removing excess wax and toxins from your ears and eustachian tubes. During treatment, a hollow candle is placed in the ear canal. Then the wick is lit and the candle is allowed burn.
After the procedure is over, the fabric candle is removed and you will be able to see all of the ear wax, debris and bacteria that was removed. Ear candling has been known to help with headaches, sinus infections, tinnitus, and vertigo. Use the button below or give us a call at (603) 742-1980 to schedule your appointment.
Frequently asked questions
How does ear candling work?
The flame from the hollow candle creates negative pressure, drawing wax and debris out of your ear canal. The wax and debris appears as a dark residue.
What are the cones/candles made of?
The ear cones/candles are made of strips of unbleached cotton that are dipped in a mixture of beeswax infused with rose oil. They look similar to cotton candy cones and are 8-12 inches long.
How frequently should coning be done?
For your own health and safety, we recommend 3 conings, 3-7 days apart. We suggest coning in groups of 3 until you feel completely refreshed. Once you establish a healthy relationship with your ears, you may have them cleaned 2-3 times per year.