Ear lobes can become damaged in a variety of ways. The most common way that ear lobes are damaged is by wearing oversized earrings for an extended period of time. But ear lobe damage can also occur from accidents or even the passage of time. Thankfully, correcting ear lobe damage is one of the easiest cosmetic surgery procedures that exists.
Earlobe repair is a procedure that should never require a general anesthetic and normally takes only about 15 minutes per ear to complete. The procedure involves excising torn or frayed edges of the damage and then stitching the damaged edges back together. This procedure results in very little scarring, if any.
About two weeks after the procedure you will also need to return to the clinic to have the stitches removed. As long as you are careful during those two weeks, this procedure should be simple and painless. If you experience any difficulties at all during the recovery process, the staff at the Canadian Plastic Surgery Centre is always available to provide assistance and advice.
A candidate for ear lobe repair is any person that has a stretched, enlarged, or damaged ear lobe. The source of the damage doesn’t matter, nor does it matter how complete the tearing is. The procedure works equally well on any type of damage.
Like with all surgeries, Dr. Chivers will want to consult with you before your ear lobe surgery to identify exactly what needs to be prepared and to confirm that you are physically healthy enough to endure a surgical procedure. However, since the procedure is so simple, it is incredibly rare that a patient is unable to receive the surgery due to medical concerns.
The pain of a torn or stretched ear lobe is a pain that you don’t need suffer long if you live in the Toronto area. With ear lobe repair surgery from Dr. Chivers you will be pain free in just a matter of days. All you need to do is schedule your initial consultation.
During this consultation Dr. Chivers will thoroughly examine your ear and explore your medical history to determine exactly how best to treat your problem. Whether earlobe repair surgery is called for, or some other cosmetic surgery, he will help you completely understand all of your options and fully explain all procedures to you. It is the policy at the Canadian Plastic Surgery Centre that all patients are fully informed before undergoing any surgical procedures.
If you are ready to change your life for the better by ending the pain of a torn or stretched ear lobe, contact the Canadian Plastic Surgery Centre today to schedule your initial consultation for ear lobe repair surgery.