Award Winning Specialist Clinic
We are GHP award winners and strives for continuous high-quality care from the moment a patient enters our clinic.
Prominent Plastic Surgeons
We have one of the most prominent plastic surgeons working to serve our patients.
Care Quality Commission
We’re are CQC approved and registered.
Partnered with Hospital Facilities
We are partnered with CQC registered hospitals to perform our surgical procedures.
Otoplasty (Ear correction surgery) is cosmetic surgery to alter the size or shape of the ear or pin them back if they stick out.
With the surgery, you will no longer need to hide your ears or shy-away from jewellery that draws attention to them.
Is ear correction surgery painful?
Ear correction surgery is not painful due to the use of anaesthesia. It is observed that immediately post the surgery you might have some level of pain and discomfort. There will be bandages around your ears to heal your ears and reduce the swelling.
Reasons for doing otoplasty surgery
Process of ear correction surgery
You will discuss your ear correction need with the plastic surgeon on your first visit.
Your medical history will be reviewed, the surgeon will study your past and present medical conditions, for example, if there was an ear infection or any surgery is done in the past, what medicines do you consume.
A physical examination of the ear will be conducted to decide the type of treatment required.
Price starting from
|Otoplasty Bilateral (LA)||From £2,700|
|Otoplasty Unilateral (GA)||From £3,500|
|Otoplasty Unilateral (LA)||From £1,950|
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Pricing may vary depending on the consultation with our Surgeon and may vary depending on the body type and individual requirement.
Our team will consult you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your recovery progress following your surgery in the follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results.
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