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About Tympanoplasty

The eardrum is a thin membrane that separates the ear canal from the middle ear. The exposure to loud noises or an injury can cause eardrum damage. The same may hinder the capability to hear and if left untreated, a patient can go deaf as well. Even though, the perforation in the ear doesn't cause a lot of complications in the beginning but makes eardrum susceptible to infections. The best way to go about it is a surgical procedure. Also, the treatment is suggested for hearing impairment if home care treatments and OTC medications don’t work.

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Benefits of Tympanoplasty

Improves hearing

Eliminates recurrent ear discharge

Reduced chances of ear infection

Fewer possibilities of earache

Corrects the perforation in the tympanic membrane

Why Pristyn Care?

No Cost EMI

Highly experienced ENT surgeons

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Why Advanced Tympanoplasty Treatment?

Minimally invasive procedure

Painless procedure

Faster recovery

Fewer chances of risks

Minimal blood loss

Prevention of perforated eardrum

Don’t put any foreign object in the ear

Cover your ears while swimming or taking a shower

Do not blow your nose with excessive pressure

Avoid sneezing with your mouth closed

Use earplugs while traveling through plane

Causes

  • Viral or bacterial infection
  • Injury in the eardrum
  • Sudden exposure to loud noise
  • Fluctuation of air pressure in the ear

Symptoms

  • Conductive hearing loss
  • Yellow discharge from the ear
  • Intense and persistent pain the ear
  • Itchiness or Fever
  • Tinnitus (Ringing sound in the ear)

Treatment

Doctors performing tympanoplasty for perforated eardrum

Diagnosis

An ENT doctor or surgeon in Shimoga can diagnose the perforation of the ear in a physical examination using an otoscope. It is an instrument that has a magnifier with a light, designed to look inside the ear. The ENT doctor may ask a patient to take other tests such as Tympanogram: a burst of air against the eardrum and Audiogram: a hearing test.

Procudure

An ENT doctor or surgeon in Shimoga can diagnose the perforation of the ear in a physical examination using an otoscope. It is an instrument that has a magnifier with a light, designed to look inside the ear. The ENT doctor may ask a patient to take other tests such as Tympanogram: a burst of air against the eardrum and Audiogram: a hearing test.

Pristyn Care in Shimoga has the best ENT specialists who use the latest equipment to diagnose and cure patients. Meet and consult with expert ENT specialists in Shimoga for eardrum disorders, ear pain, or fluid discharge from the ears. Tympanoplasty is reconstructive surgery of punctured eardrum. It may require making a small incision above the ear canal or can be done without any incision via the ear canal to approach the repair while the patient is under anesthetic.

The procedure involves the reconstruction of the eardrum. The procedure takes around 45 – 60 minutes to complete and patients only have to stay in the hospital for a day. The same is painless and does not leave a patient bedridden.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the common diseases of the ear?

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Does the eardrum hole get repaired with medicines?

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Should I avoid swimming after tympanoplasty surgery?

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Get the most Advanced Eardrum Repair treatment in Shimoga

ENT disorders are among the common causes that take people to visit an ENT specialist in Shimoga. Ears are delicate organs and can get infected or hurt by loud noise, an injury or polluted water. Moreover, among the ENT disorders that happen by a virus, or an infection, otitis media, ear pain, and tonsillitis are most common. It’s no surprise that a lot of people in Shimoga tend to wait for benign ear disorders to get better on their own but this should not be the case. If you are suffering from any ENT disorder in Shimoga or feeling symptoms of ENT disorders such as ear pain, discharge or hearing loss, call Pristyn Care in Shimoga to make an appointment with the best ENT specialists in Shimoga for you.

Visit Pristyn Care in Shimoga to get the Modern Eardrum Treatment

The increasing cases of ENT disorders in Shimoga are indicating the need for better healthcare service providers. If you have any hearing issues, you should check in with the best ENT doctor in Shimoga and consult whether you require a tympanoplasty surgery or not. In this day and age, people in Shimoga have no time to take care of them. In addition, bad eating habits make it worse. The combined factors are leading to problems of the ear in both children and adults. If left untreated, the problem may become chronic.

So, if you are suffering from hearing problems, ear pain or ringing in the ear, you can consult with the best ENT doctor at Pristyn Care clinic for tympanoplasty surgery in Shimoga.

Are there any potential complications of tympanoplasty?

Tympanoplasty is an advanced procedure that is performed with the help of the latest medical technology and has lower chances of complication as compared to conventional techniques. However, like any other surgeries there are some potential complications of tympanoplasty as well, in rare cases:

Change or loss of hearing ability

Reduced sense of taste

Dryness in the mouth

Dizziness post tympanoplasty operation

Ringing or tinnitus in the ear

Failure of the graft used during tympanoplasty surgery

Different Types of Tympanoplasty

As reported in NCBI, according to the Wullstein Classification, tympanoplasty has five types depending on their severity and advanced symptoms:

Type 1- Repair of the tympanic membrane alone, no abnormality of the middle ear.

Type 2- Repair of the tympanic membrane and middle ear due to malleus that usually gets eroded. In this type, tympanoplasty includes grafting the tympanic membrane to the incus.

Type 3- Repair of the tympanic membrane onto the stapes head, in this type the malleus and incus have a defect.

Type 4- The tympanic membrane is grafted to the stapes footplate, which is movable.

Type 5- Repair involves the stapes footplate, which is fixed.

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