The surgery is carried out under general anaesthesia. Hair is shaved behind the ear, and a little portion of your skull is removed. Pieces of Teflon are inserted between the nerve and the problematic blood artery after the nerve has been located (s). A thin metal mesh is then used to cover the little region of bone removal.
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Microvascular decompression is an intrusive technique that, while safe in the hands of a trained professional, carries the following risks:
Approximately 95% of patients will get immediate pain reduction. All preoperative pain medications must be continued. The physician who started them will gradually reduce them after one month. After 10 to 14 days, the staples/sutures are removed. Muffled hearing on the surgical side, facial numbness, anaesthetic weariness, nausea/vomiting in the hospital (meds will be provided) are all common side effects that normally resolve with time. You won’t be able to drive or return to work for roughly a month. For the next six months, you are not allowed to wear wigs, use hair dye, or use any other harsh products. These will obstruct long-term recovery and may induce infection, necessitating additional surgery.