Improving Hearing in Patients With Otosclerosis
A stapedectomy is a surgical procedure that is designed to improve hearing in patients, particularly those who have a condition known as otosclerosis. This operation can be performed on an out-patient basis, and usually takes about an hour to perform. During the procedure, an incision is made in the skin of the ear canal and the stapes bone is removed.
Some of the benefits of choosing our team for your procedure include:
- A practice led by one of the leading NYC ear surgeons
- State-of-the-art technology and techniques
- More than 25 years of audiology experience
- Personalized and integrated care.
Generally speaking, patients who have a stapedectomy notice a significant improvement in their hearing by the fourth week after surgery. Enjoy the many benefits that this procedure offers and improve your confidence, independence, and quality of life. Contact our Manhattan ear doctors and surgeons today to learn more!