However, in the case of old cases or acute cases that do not improve, tympanic membrane restoration comes to the agenda. When the eardrum is punctured, hearing loss, ear infection, pain, discharge, ringing, dizziness can be encountered, as well as permanent deafness develops in progressive delayed stages. There may be fatal infections such as meningitis and brain abscess. Getting rid of these risks is not difficult. In our institution, the tympanic membrane repair operation (tympanoplasty) is performed under general anesthesia with a microscope in a procedure of approximately 1-1.5 hours.