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In many cases ear infections or fluid do not clear up with proper medication and home treatment. If this is the case, a procedure called a myringotomy may be recommended.
This procedure involves a small surgical incision into the eardrum to promote drainage of the fluid and to relieve pain. A ventilation tube (PE tube) can be placed in the incision to prevent further fluid accumulation and to improve hearing. The surgeon selects a ventilation tube that will remain in place for as long as required for the middle ear infection to improve and for the Eustachian tube to return to normal. This may require several weeks or months.
Endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS)involves the insertion of a very thin fiber-optic tube (an endoscope), into the nose for a visual examination of the sinus openings. With state of the art micro-telescopes and instruments, abnormal and obstructive tissues are then removed. In the majority of cases, the surgical procedure is performed entirely through the nostrils, leaving no external scars. The basic endoscopic surgical procedure is performed under local or general anesthesia.
The advantage to ESS is that the surgery is less extensive than earlier invasive procedures where the surgeon would access the sinuses by entering through the cheek area, which often resulted in scarring. There is often less removal of normal tissues with ESS and it can frequently be performed on an outpatient basis. After the operation, the patient will sometimes have nasal packing. For the ten days following the procedure nasal irrigations may be recommended to prevent crusting. There is typically very little swelling and only mild discomfort with the type of procedure.
The eardrum or Tympanic membraneperforations that do not heal on their own may require surgical repair. The procedure, called a tympanoplasty, involves grafting tissue across the perforated eardrum that will allow it to heal. Or This surgery is also performed to removed the fluid collected behind the ear drum . Most of the time the surgeon will place a dissolvable packing behind the eardrum and in the ear canal. Drops may be used post operatively to help the packing dissolve quicker, which will often stay in for upwards of six to eight weeks. This is an outpatient procedure and generally, the patient can return home within three to five hours post surgery.