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Tympanoplasty and myringoplasty   are surgical procedures to repair a hole in a child’s eardrum (tympanic membrane).

They both require general anesthesia to make your child sleep during the surgery. 

A hole in the eardrum can come from a bad ear infection.  Although some holes heal on their own, if they last for more than 3 months without infection or drainage, they are unlikely to close by themselves. 

The simplest repair is called a myringoplasty. It works best with relatively small holes.   

Another common surgery for repairing a hole in the eardrum is called a tympanoplasty.  

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