Ear Lobe Repair

Ear Lobe Repair

Earlobe repair is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is done to correct earlobes that have been stretched, torn or damaged due to injury, trauma or earring use.

The procedure involves reshaping the earlobe to improve its appearance and function.

Earlobe repair is a quick and simple procedure that can be done under local anesthesia and typically takes about 30 minutes to complete.

Surgical Method: Earlobe repair is typically performed in a surgeon’s office or outpatient clinic. The surgeon first numbs the area with local anesthesia, then removes any damaged tissue, and reshapes the earlobe to a natural-looking appearance. The procedure is usually done using sutures, which are removed after about a week.

Precautions: After the procedure, patients should avoid strenuous activities that could cause the earlobe to tear or become stretched again. They should also avoid wearing heavy earrings until the earlobe has fully healed.

Results: The results of earlobe repair are typically very good. The earlobe should look natural and symmetrical once it has fully healed. The procedure is safe and effective, and most patients are very satisfied with the results.

Frequently Asked Questions

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