Large earlobes can be hereditary, but thick earlobes can also be due to a sports accident, for example. Do you have large earlobes, for whatever reason, and don’t like it? By opting for an earlobe reconstruction, we ensure your earlobes are more balanced with the rest of your ear. In the case of an earlobe reduction, some tissue is removed. This will be stitched back neatly and heal nicely, so that your earlobes are in better proportion.
Who is earlobe surgery intended for?
Earlobe surgery is a very popular procedure when it comes to ear correction. Earlobes don’t always look the way we’d like them to. Sometimes they hang too low or don’t look attractive. Earlobes can also tear or stretch, for example by wearing heavy earrings for too long or after an accident. If this sounds familiar to you and you want to change it, then you are a suitable candidate for this procedure.
Reasons for earlobe surgery:
- Large earlobes
- Torn earlobe
- Saggy / stretched earlobes
- Wanting to close earring holes
- Wanting to close gauged ears