Middle ear operations
When there is a chronic disorder in middle ear ventilation, a small incision is made to open the eardrum and sometimes tympanum (eardrum) draining is required.
Eardrum perforations may be due to trauma or be caused by inflammation. In some cases this perforation does not close by itself. It is then necessary to close it surgically.
In most cases this operation requires general anaesthesia, although it is also possible to perform it with sedation using local anaesthesia.
For more detailed information about each type of operation, click on the links below:
- Middle Ear Operations
- Ear Canal Operations
- Correcting Ear Deformities
- Deviated Septum Surgery (Septoplasty)
- Sinus Operations
- Adenoidectomy and/or Tonsillectomy
- Larynx Operations
- Operations for Snoring
- Removing Lymph Nodes
- Saliva Gland Operations
- Reduction of the Turbinate through Radiofrequency