Question: What are the complications for ear surgery and how are they addressed?
Answer: There are multiple potential complications of ear surgery, however they are all rare and they generally do not occur with great regularity. Infections, collection of blood, or results which are not satisfactory are very uncommon but can occur. There can also be scars which are thicker than normal. Patients also state that sometimes the result is not what they wanted. In general, the management of these problems are complex and best handled by an experienced ear surgeon.