Common "Tympanoplasty" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


Tympanoplasty is an operation done to repair a hole in the eardrum or middle ear with or without a tympanic membrane graft. The tissue graft is taken from behind the patient's ear, or a synthetic material graft may also be used. It can be done either under local anesthesia or general anesthesia. It takes at least 2 to 3 months for the patient to recover.

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What should I do about my long-standing ear infection?

Query: Hello doctor, I have had an ear problem since when I was a kid. My mother and I went to the doctor to get consulted. They just prescribed medicine to heal my infection. But it never did heal. I was too shy to tell my parents before, and they never asked me if I was fine. I did not know why I never m...  Read Full »

Dr. Bindia

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Tympanoplasty (a microsurgery done to fix holes in the eardrum that do not heal on their own) is required if there is perforation. Thank you.   Read Full »

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