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entcenterutah.com/adult-care/hearing/perforated-eardrum-ruptured-eardrum

In an acutely (newly) ruptured eardrum, often the eardrum will heal on its own in 3 months. If an infection exists, antibiotic drops may be given. If the ...

www.azvent.com/pediatric-care/ear/eardrum

Typically, no specific treatment is needed for a ruptured eardrum; the vast majority of ruptured eardrums heal within three months.

www.medicinenet.com/ruptured_perforated_eardrum/article.htm

On the average, a ruptured eardrum can heal within about two months. Small ruptures may heal faster. Some very large perforations and occasionally, some smaller ...

www.childrensmn.org/services/care-specialties-departments/ear-nose-throat-ent-facial-plastic-surgery/conditions-and-services/tympanoplasty

The more common, and more lengthy, procedure for repairing a hole in the eardrum is called a tympanoplasty [tim-PAN-o-plass-tee]. For tympanoplasty in children, ...

www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/service/ear-nose-throat/conditions/ruptured-eardrum

The long term outlook of eardrum rupture is very good, as many of them heal well on their own or with surgery, and hearing loss or recurrent infections can ...

valleyaudiology.com/causes-cures-for-a-ruptured-eardrum

Aug 30, 2019 ... Ruptures may even result in a temporary loss of hearing. Ruptured eardrums usually heal on their own, but if you experience one, it's a good ...

www.marshfieldclinic.org/specialties/ent/eardrum-perforation

A tympanoplasty (repair of the eardrum) is one of the more commonly performed ear surgeries. As with any surgical procedure, each surgeon has their own ...

www.entkidsadults.com/ear-nose-throat/eardrum-rupture

In most cases, the eardrum rupture or tympanic membrane perforation will repair itself without any medical intervention. The otolaryngologist (ENT doctor) may ...

www.emedicinehealth.com/perforated_eardrum/article_em.htm

Most ruptured eardrums will heal on their own within two months with no long-term symptoms. In rare cases, infection can spread to the brain or skull, requiring ...

www.entslc.com/blog/ruptured-eardrum-pain-and-treatment

If your ruptured eardrum is severe or does not heal, you may need surgery. The procedure used to repair a perforated eardrum is known as a myringoplasty. Not ...

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ruptured-eardrum/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20351884

Oct 3, 2019 ... The most common surgical procedure is called tympanoplasty. Your surgeon grafts a patch of your own tissue to close the hole in the eardrum.