- How it works
The procedure involves removing any excess tissue and suturing the ear lobe back together. some earlobes require only closure Others may require a more complex rotation of tissue. Upon healing a fine scar usually remains.
- The Process
The cosmetic surgeon numbs the ear lobe and the surrounding tissue, then cleans and sterilises the ear lobe, marking the area where the incisions will be made. The incisions are made on both the front and the back of the lobe, removing any excess tissue and creating a fresh, clean edge. The surgeon will then carefully stitch the ear lobe back together using small, precise sutures, that will dissolve over time. A small dressing or bandage may be applied to protect the ear lobe and promote healing.
- Why we love it
It is a simple and quick repair that only requires local anaesthesia.