The brain tumor surgery is the first step of removal of the benign and malignant tumors and is mostly preferred by neurologists when the tumor can be removed without adding unnecessary risks of any kind of neurological damage. It is very important to assess the symptoms of brain tumor to avail the right brain tumor treatment. Generally, your neurologist may recommend you to undergo a brain tumor surgery for obtaining a sample of the tumor so that the disease can be diagnosed accurately. It can remove the maximum amount of tumor for treating the symptoms of a brain tumor as well as reduce the volume of the brain tumor that is required to be controlled with radiation or chemotherapy. The brain tumor surgery is particularly ideal for enabling a ready access for radiation implants and chemotherapy along with treatment of the malignant tumors. It is also helpful for relieving seizures that are difficult to control under normal conditions. There are various types of brain tumor treatment which are executed on patients who have been given anaesthesia or heavily sedated. Your neurological surgeon may perform a biopsy to remove a sample of the tumor tissue, craniotomy which involves temporary removal of a part of the skull so that a major portion of the tumor can be removed. Other options include Debulking which is a surgical reduction of the size of the brain tumor, partial removal and complete removal of the tumor on the basis of the complications of the patient.