Your doctor may choose to remove earwax in his office with a special medical tool called a curette or with vacuum suction. He may also suggest you try an earwax removal method or product on your own.
Purchase over-the-counter drops made of carbamide peroxide. Generally, it is best to use these drops under the advice of a doctor because they can cause irritation, and they may be harmful if you have an existing ear problem.
In general – these drops have been used in the past: mineral or baby oil, Glycerin drops, saline and water.
Some experts suggest that the safest way to remove ear wax is not to remove it at all. The body produces ear wax for a reason - to trap outside dirt and other contaminants before they can reach the vulnerable workings of the inner ear. While some may find this waxy substance unappealing, it is not always wise to remove ear wax strictly for aesthetics. Using a cotton swab to remove ear wax in the ear canal can lead to compaction of the wax or puncture of the ear drum.
As always depending on how bad the problem is have your doctor advice you of the best solution after he has examined your ear.