WHAT IS AN EAR SURGERY?
Ear surgery or otoplasty, is to improve the appearance of prominent ears or "on screen", given by a poor definition of the antihelix (inner fold of the ear) and a very prominent shell that separates too much of the head.
HOW IS IT DONE?
It is an outpatient procedure, lasting less than an hour. The scar is located in the crease behind the ear and is practically imperceptible.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE EARS ARE VERY BIG?
The large ears known as macrotia, can be reduced in size, but the scar is unpleasant. In these cases we recommend performing an otoplasty that rotates them backwards and although they do not decrease in size, being more attached to the head, they become more discreet.
In many cases, we reduce the size of the lobe, which is the hanging portion of the ear, making them look much less large.
WHAT DO WE DO WHEN THE HOLES IN THE EARINGS ARE SCRATCHED?
When the lobes of the ears are torn by the use of heavy earrings or because they have been torn out in a traumatic manner, a small half-hour procedure is performed, which is done under local anesthesia and completely recovers the ear that has been divided. in two. The scar is almost imperceptible.
WHAT CARE YOU HAVE AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
Use a balaca during the first week. During the first two months, it is important to avoid contact sports.