Labyrinthectomy is a surgical procedure for treating vertigo in case of hearing problem in the affected ear. The procedure removes the balancing centre of the labyrinth (inner ear). Labyrinthectomy, being a complex procedure, is performed under general anaesthesia in two ways i.e. trans-canal and trans-mastoid. However, specialists mostly recommend trans-canal approach while the latter is opted when the patient has narrow canals. An experienced ENT Surgeon must be consulted for Labyrinthectomy. The overall success rate for the treatment remains around 90% with extremely satisfactory long-term results. Patients are also required to not fly for at least 6 weeks and avoid strenuous activities until next pre-operative follow-up visit. Patients can return to their routine only after permitted by their doctor.