Ear surgery, also known as Otoplasty, is performed in order to adjust the appearance or size of the ear.
It is commonly used to treat:
Ear surgery can be performed on both adults and kids. However, it is advised to only opt for the surgery after the child is 5 - 6 years old.
During the treatment process, either local anesthesia and sedation or general anesthesia will be administered, depending on the age bracket of the patient.
An incision will be made behind the ear, in the groove between ear and side of the head. This will vary from case to case. The usual length of the surgery is between 1 – 2 hours.
Most patients are discharged after the surgery. However, you may be advised to stay overnight if needed.
You are required to wear a head bandage for 2 weeks. After this, results are apparent. Recovery will also take around 2 weeks and you are advised to avoid any contact sports for up to 2 months. (Every patient is a unique individual and every surgery has unique aspects. Therefore no two procedures or rejuvenation treatments will get the exact same results. Individual results vary from patient to patient.)
We at Aesthetics International specialize in ear surgery and have years of experience in the same. The surgery is carried out under the supervision of renowned surgeon, Dr. Jaffer Khan.
For details on the process, download our instruction file.
Dr. Jaffer Khan is the director and head consultant at Aesthetics International. A former Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the United Kingdom, he did his initial plastic surgical trai...Read More
*Legal Disclaimer: Individual results may vary; every patient is unique, therefore, no single technique is suited to all cases. Before & after photos and videos are not guarantees that your results will be the same or even similar: each individual patient’s results will be different.
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