Ear Correction Case Study 32

This gentleman has concerned about the projection of his left ear and in particular the upper pole. A local anaesthetic procedure can be performed to recreate the fold of the ear and the scar is placed behind the ear. This is a simple procedure that takes around 30-45 minutes and by not stripping the skin … Continued
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Ear Correction Case Study 31

Ear Correction Case Study 31

This gentleman has concerned about the projection of his ears and in particular the upper pole. A local anaesthetic procedure can be performed to recreate the fold of the ear and the scar is placed behind the ear. This is a simple procedure that takes around 30-45 minutes and by not stripping the skin away … Continued
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Ear Correction Case Study 30

Ear Correction Case Study 30

This lady has a split earlobe and this has been repaired under local anaesthetic. Often there can be a small notch at the edge of the repair and patients need to massage this in order for the scar to mature and flatten. The result is seen at 6 weeks postop.
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Ear Correction Case Study 29

This gentleman has had a pinnaplasty using suturing techniques to reduce the projection of the upper ear, create and new antihelical rim and bring the choncal bowl of the ear towards the scalp.
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Ear Correction Case Study 28

This gentleman had an otoplasty to bring the upper pole of his ear into his scalp. This can be performed through an incision behind the ear. The scar is rarely visible and one can see the appearance from behind where the scar is located in the crease of the ear.
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Ear Correction Case Study 26

This lady has had a split earlobe. She has had refashioning of the skin on both sides of the split earlobe and repair. The postop photo is taken at one week postop after removal of the stitches.
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Ear Correction Case Study 24

This gentleman has significant overprojection of the upper pole. With age the ears can look perceptually larger and aesthetic surgery to decrease projection has resulted in the ears looking less noticeable
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Ear Correction Case Study 23

This gentleman has very stiff cartilage and there is a limit to how much the ears can be pinned back. This gentleman was most concerned about the left ear and this has been brought back to make it less projected and more symmetrical as compared to the other side
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Ear Correction Case Study 22

This lady has overprojection of her ears and very flexible cartilage. This is an excellent case for posterior stitching and can bring the ears back to the scalp. This can be done under a local anaesthetic and such patients can look at the extent of the pinning back intraoperatively and things can be adjusted accordingly
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