Torn Earlobe Repair

Torn Earlobe RepairSome women suffer from torn earlobes due to years of wearing heavy earrings, a child pulling on their earring, or simply catching earrings on something. Irrespective of whether the earlobe is torn partially or totally, it can be corrected. Earlobe repair is a reconstructive procedure performed to restore the appearance of earlobes that have been torn or stretched due to ear tearing, trauma or piercing, including the insertion of ear gauges.

The surgery is relatively straightforward and is conducted under local anaesthetic. This can be done in the clinic so there is no need to visit a hospital.

Prices start from £1320, please note that this is because the repair itself will be performed by a double board certified plastic surgeon with a speciality in cosmetic facial surgery.

Why Have A Torn Earlobe Repair?
When the earlobe is stretched to more than 8mm with a tribal ear piercing. It is unlikely that the hole will fully contract to its original size. This can result in an abnormally shaped earlobe which is often difficult to hide with hair. It is especially for men with shorter hairstyles. If you feel that your stretched or split earlobes are affecting your appearance, social life and career, we can provide the solution.

Post Torn Earlobe Repair Surgery

If following surgery a fold appears, then injecting the lobe with dermal fillers can solve the problem. The filler can be used to plump out any lines or depressions.

Although there may be slight scarring, patients are usually delighted with the results because they can resume wearing their favourite earrings.

After surgery
After your earlobe repair surgery, there will be small scars on the ears which may at first be red. They should eventually fade to a pale silvery colour. After 4-6 months* the earlobe should look almost completely normal with no obvious signs of the previous piercing. Ears can be re-pierced 2 months after the operation has taken place, providing they have healed well.

*Please note that this is an indicated recovery time and healing time are unique to each individual.

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