BODY SURGICAL PROCEDURES
Otoplasty is the procedure used to reshape one or both ears. Patients who are unhappy with the size, shape or orientation of their ears can change their appearance with this outpatient procedure.
Your surgeon will choose the best technique that suits the amount of correction your ears need. Local anesthetic and sedatives are applied to adults and general anesthesia is mandatory for children. The procedure can take between one and two hours, depending on the extent of the procedure.
Both children and adults are perfect candidates for these procedures, as they can fix a variety of congenital and aesthetic defects like Microtia, Macrotia, cryptotia and much more. Any children under four years will not be a candidate since their ears are still developing, but there can be exceptions to that rule.
An Otoplasty surgery is one of the safest procedures with little to no risks involved, the downtime is of about one week and the emotional and psychological improvements can be life-changing.
Ear reduction surgery is an outpatient procedure that can be performed on children and adults. In this procedure, your surgeon may reduce your earlobes and pin your ears, creating a more balanced and symmetrical look.
Reconstructive Ear Surgery is a non-invasive surgical procedure that blends a variety of surgical techniques and other procedures to correct deformities or injuries such as burns, lacerations, and torn piercings and to recreate a smooth natural looking ears.