Otosclerosis can cause the stapes bone to lock in place, causing conductive hearing loss. A stapedectomy can improve your hearing without the need for a hearing aid.
Fluid from the ear
Fluid coming from your ear is usually just ear wax, but sometimes it can be a sign of illness or injury. Read more here about its causes and treatments.
Surgery for cholesteatoma
A cholesteatoma can damage your ear and cause serious complications. Surgery is the only way you can be cured.
A perforated eardrum is a common problem. A myringoplasty can prevent infections and sometimes improve your child's hearing.
A perforated eardrum is a common problem. A myringoplasty can prevent infections and sometimes improve your hearing.
Ear conditions may be caused by problems in the ear, the neck, sinuses or head. Babies and children are more vulnerable to ear infection. Learn more here.
Grommets are tubes inserted into the eardrum after repeated ear infections or ‘glue ear’. Learn when grommets are used and how to care for a child with grommets.
Ears gather sounds. Learn more about its parts, how it functions, related conditions and tips to care about them.
Otosclerosis is an inherited condition that affects the middle ear. It's the most common cause of deafness in adults, but it can be treated with a hearing aid or with surgery.
Glue ear is a condition where the liquid inside your middle ear gets trapped and becomes thick. Learn more about its causes, symptoms and treatment.