London: Doctors were shocked to find a tooth removed from the ear of a three-year-old boy who arrived with severe ear pain. The incident took place in Oadby, London. Neil Reyta, an END specialist, found the tooth stuck in the three-year-old’s ear. The audiologist came up with this using the ear suction technique.
The audiologist asked the child what was in his ear, but the three-year-old was unable to give a clear answer. On a closer examination, a tooth was extracted from the ear. The doctor says the eardrum had a minor injury when taken out. The doctor explained that it did not matter and did not affect the child’s hearing. The child developed a serious infection when the family tried to remove the medicine as it felt like something was blocking his ear.