Earlobe surgery

Congenital Deformity

Birth deformities of the earlobe are highly variable and the many different operations that may be used in their correction reflect this fact. In some cases, surgery is a simple repair of a congenital cleft. In others, with a significant abnormality, cartilage grafts and skin grafts may be required in one or more stages. 

Split Earlobes

 Earlobes are often split by heavy earrings gradually enlarging a piercing over many years. On other occasions, when an earring is forcefully pulled the earlobe can split acutely. Repair is usually performed under local anaesthetic, is simple and repiercing is normally possible within a few weeks. 

Earlobe Reduction

Correction of droopy earlobes is a simple and safe procedure, performed under local anaesthetic which rejuvenates the ear. Mr O'Toole uses an approach to surgery which leaves the scar hidden on the lowermost part of the lobe, visible only from underneath. 

The Facelift Earlobe

Sometimes , after a facelift, the earlobe is pulled down.  A simple procedue, under local anaesthetic, corrects this in minutes.

Earlobe Keloids

Keloids are essentially scars growing in an uncontrolled manner. Simple surgery can achieve great results.

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