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    Otoplasty

    Otoplasty, commonly known as ear surgery or ear pinning, is a cosmetic surgical procedure designed to reshape and reposition the ears. The goal of otoplasty is to improve the appearance of the ears by correcting deformities, reducing protrusion, or enhancing symmetry. This procedure is often performed on individuals who are unhappy with the size, shape, or position of their ears.

    1-2 HOUR

    Duration of Procedure

    4-6 WEEKS

    Recovery

    Key aspects of otoplasty include:

    Ear Protrusion:
    Otoplasty is frequently sought to address ears that protrude
    prominently from the sides of the head. The procedure can reshape and reposition the ears closer to the head for
    a more balanced and natural appearance.

    Ear Deformities:
    Otoplasty can correct various ear deformities, such as misshapen ears, overly large ears, or asymmetrical ears.

    Procedure Techniques:

    Cartilage Reshaping: The surgery often involves reshaping
    the cartilage within the ear to achieve the desired form.
    Incision Placement: Incisions are typically made behind the ear
    or within the natural folds to minimize visible scarring.

    Stitching Techniques: Sutures may be used to secure the
    cartilage in its new position and to close incisions.

    Candidates:

    Candidates for otoplasty are often individuals who are dissatisfied with
    the appearance of their ears and seek improvement.

    Otoplasty is commonly performed on children
    but it can also be done on adults.

    Results:

    Final results become more apparent as swelling subsides. Patients can
    expect a more refreshed and youthful appearance of the eyes.

    The results of eyelid surgery are long-lasting, but the natural aging
    process continues, and additional procedures may be
    considered in the future.

    Recovery:

    The recovery period after otoplasty is relatively short. Patients may
    experience some swelling and bruising, and they are usually advised
    to wear a headband to protect the ears during the initial healing phase.

    Most patients can return to regular activities within a week or two.

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