Earlobe Reduction

Are you uncomfortable with the appearance of your earlobes? It’s becoming a more common problem in men due to trauma caused by a piercing, or stretching of the earlobes, genetics or sometimes just getting older. Some of us were born with big ears, and we just don’t like them. Often, the things we thought wouldn’t effect us when we were young like stretching our earlobes, might effect us as we get older. Job opportunities can be missed and people might take you less seriously. Although we would love to believe this doesn’t happen in today’s world, it does. Earlobe Reduction surgery may be the perfect answer for you.

Elongated earlobes can detract from the symmetry of the face. It’s a simple, minimally-invasive surgery that can make you feel back to normal.

How is it done an Earlobe Reduction performed?

Earlobe Reduction can take approximately one hour, depending on the complexity of the area. The procedure is done under local anaesthetic  A wedge-shaped piece of the earlobe is removed, and the edges are re-aligned and stitched back together. The sutures will remain in the area for approximately 7 days.

This procedure is performed at our clinic in our state-of the-art operating room located at The First Glance Aesthetic Clinic and Surgery Centre.

What’s the recovery period after an Earlobe Reduction?

After an Earlobe Reduction, the earlobes may appear slightly puffy or swollen.  Minimal bruising and redness can also occur, but significant swelling or pain should not. Patients are typically able to resume regular activities the next day.

Are there any risks to an Earlobe Reduction?

This is a very low risk procedure. During your consultation, Dr. Anthony P. Lockwood or Dr. Avi Islur and their expert medical team will clearly outline all of the necessary precautions you need to take, as well as any postoperative limitations you should follow. Dr. Lockwood and his staff take every necessary precaution to minimize any risk involved with all surgeries or cosmetic procedures.
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