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Our pet ear doctor at Pet Ear Care Center treats many common and advanced ear conditions in pets. Some of the common conditions include infection, allergies, dermatitis, ear canal obstruction, ear mites, yeast, excess wax, foxtail.
As a pet owner it is important to know that all advanced and complicated ear pathology start as a basic, common ear problem. If the basic ear problem is ignored, not identified at early stage or not treated properly, it becomes chronic, lifelong, painful ear problem in pets when the suffering becomes part of life. Some of the advanced ear conditions Pet Ear Care Center treats include laser growth removal, nasopharyngeal polyp surgery, mummified foxtail removal, endoscopic deep ear cleaning, ear canal ablation, myringotomy, treatment of tympanic bull, primary secretory otitis media, vestibular disease, diagnostic ear endoscopic imaging and many others.
Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to preventing long-term ear problems. Common symptoms in the beginning includes excessive scratching of the ear, odor coming from the ear, unusual yellow,brown or bloody discharge, redness, swelling, and crusts or scabs on the inside of the outer ear. If you notice these symptoms, schedule an appointment with our Cupertino veterinarian as soon as possible.
|Field of View||large||small|
|Visualization of Vertical & Horizontal Ear Canal||ultra fine detail||limited detail|
|Visualization of Tympanic Bulla||easily possible||almost possible|
|Can be Used as Surgical Unit||yes||limited|
|Deep Ear Cleaning||working channel||no working channel|
|Complete Removal of Foxtail||verifiable||non verifiable|
|Ear Pathology Can be Viewed by Veterinarian and Owner||Yes||No|
Conditions We Treat
These are some of the many types of pet ear problems we treat.
Click on the pet ear conditions listed below to view photos, videos, and learn more about each condition.
This is a Healthy Pet Ear for comparison.
Infected middle ear
Mass / Growth / Tumor
|Obstructed ear canal
Ruptured ear drum