Reading Time: 4 minutes After a child's ear tube placement, parents must keep the drainage area clean, use antibiotics drops, and see a doctor if chronic infections persist.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Patients with chronic ear infections may be good candidates for tympanostomy surgery. The procedure involves placing ear tubes to improve drainage.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A tympanostomy surgery can reduce fluid build-up, negative pressure, and ear infections in children who don't respond to traditional antibiotics.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Children are more likely to have fluid buildup that leads to ear infections. Here are some prevention tips and remedies can help.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Patients who experience ringing in the ears may be suffering from tinnitus, a symptom brought on by underlying conditions like hearing loss or ear injury.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Preventing swimmer's ear and outer ear infections are centered around moisture management. Keeping the ear dry, but not too dry, is essential.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Ear tubes in adults are not as common as in children. Myringotomies are often performed to relieve inner ear pressure. Symptoms include pain, and dizziness.