At our MGM hospital, if you have any of these tympanoplasty side effects, we strongly advise that you consult a doctor right away so that you may receive prompt, individualised care:
Our healthcare staff at MGM hospital assists in the identification of the following tympanoplasty causes:
At MGM hospital CBD, our healthcare specialists work with you to discover your personal risk factors for tympanoplasty and offer strategies you may do to lower your risk:
Bleeding, infection, failure of the graft, recurrence, further surgery, worsening hearing loss or deafness, dizziness, and facial nerve injury resulting in facial palsy or to the chorda tympani nerve resulting in taste disturbances.
Our healthcare specialists at MGM hospital CBD share the following personal advise on how to prevent tympanoplasty:
At MGM Hospital CBD, tympanoplasty surgery is performed by highly skilled ENT specialists who have extensive experience in performing this procedure. The surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia, and involves repairing the damaged eardrum or middle ear through a small incision in the ear canal.
Tympanoplasty is a surgical procedure performed by an ENT (ear, nose, and throat) surgeon to repair a perforated or damaged eardrum. The procedure involves grafting a small piece of tissue onto the eardrum to close the hole and restore normal hearing.
Here are the general steps involved in a typical tympanoplasty:
The patient is given a general anesthesia to ensure they do not feel any pain during the surgery.
The surgeon makes an incision behind the ear to access the middle ear.
The surgeon will then obtain a small piece of tissue, which can be taken from the patient's own body (usually the tragus or earlobe) or from a donor source.
The surgeon carefully cleans and prepares the eardrum to receive the graft.
The graft is then placed over the perforation and secured in place using special dissolvable sutures.
The incision is closed using sutures or surgical glue, and a bandage is placed over the area.