Otoplasty: Reshaping Your Confidence

Otoplasty, commonly referred to as ear surgery or ear pinning, is a surgical procedure designed to reshape and reposition the ears. This procedure is typically performed for cosmetic reasons to enhance the appearance of the ears or to correct congenital ear deformities. Otoplasty can help individuals who are self-conscious about their ear shape, size, or protrusion achieve more balanced and aesthetically pleasing results.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Otoplasty

Otoplasty, also known as ear surgery or ear pinning, is a surgical procedure aimed at reshaping and repositioning the ears. It can be performed to correct protruding ears, reshape misshapen ears, or address congenital ear deformities.

Good candidates for otoplasty include individuals who are unhappy with the appearance of their ears due to protrusion, asymmetry, or congenital deformities. It is also suitable for children and teenagers with prominent ears once their ear development is complete.

Otoplasty is generally considered safe when performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon in an accredited surgical facility. Like any surgical procedure, it carries some risks, which will be discussed during your consultation. Our team prioritizes your safety and takes every precaution to minimize risks.

After otoplasty, you can expect some swelling, bruising, and mild discomfort around the ears. You will be provided with post-operative instructions and may need to wear a protective headband to support the healing process. Most patients can return to their normal activities within a few weeks.

Yes, the results of otoplasty are typically permanent. Once the ears are reshaped and repositioned, they should maintain their new appearance. However, it’s essential to follow post-operative care instructions to ensure the best and longest-lasting results.


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