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Insecure About Ears That Stick Out? Consider Otoplasty

Posted March 19, 2024 in Otoplasty

If the projection of your ears is something you’re insecure about, you may be interested in otoplasty, otherwise known as ear pinning surgery. Otoplasty is one of the rare plastic surgeries that can be performed on children, but it is also performed on adults. This blog will discuss reasons why people get otoplasty, what recovery […]

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What Is the Best Age to Undergo Cosmetic Ear Surgery?

Posted September 01, 2022 in Otoplasty

3 Minute Read:  There is no denying that children with overly large, protruding ears can be spared a significant amount of teasing and emotional distress by undergoing corrective ear surgery as soon as their ears have matured.  However, this is not always possible because cosmetic ear surgery (otoplasty) is not usually covered by health insurance. […]

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Enough Is Enough Its Time To Fix Your Prominent Ears

Posted March 05, 2018 in Otoplasty

Our ears are one of the few body features that cannot easily be concealed. Ears that protrude more prominently than others can be a source of constant ridicule, mockery, and bullying that can make daily life challenging. “Elephant ears” or “Dumbo ears” are just a couple of the hurtful names that individuals, both young and […]

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7 Issues That Ear Surgery Can Correct

Posted June 20, 2016 in Otoplasty

Ear surgery is a cosmetic procedure that can improve the appearance of your ears. Whether you are a child or an adult, ear surgery can correct any of the following issues so that your ears look more natural and aesthetically pleasing. 1. Overly Large Ears Ear surgery can reduce the size of overly large ears. […]

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Realistic Expectations of Ear Surgery

Posted August 13, 2013 in Otoplasty

What Is Ear Surgery? Also known as “otoplasty,” ear surgery can improve the shape, position, and protrusion of the ears from the head. It can correct deformities resulting from injuries or congenital (birth) defects, such as folded ear tips, long earlobes, and even the absence of an ear. Who Is a Candidate for the Surgery? […]

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