How do you best treat otosclerosis?

Otosclerosis. Besides doing nothing since it is not a life threatening condition, treatment is either with a hearing aid or with surgery called a stapedectomy. This is done as an outpatient procedure under local anesthetic and takes about 30 minutes, and is highly successful in improving hearing.
Otosclerosis. All treatment options are offered for otosclerosis, from surgical correction to simply observe and monitor your hearing loss; treat your otosclerosis medically; or wear a hearing aid. The surgical procedure performed to correct otosclerosis is called a stapedectomy, which is an elective and outpatient procedure. You can return to work in seven to ten days depending upon your work requirements.