Can Over-corrected Ear Pinning Be Improved by Implanting Something Behind Ear?
- Asked by SHANE S. in CHICAGO
- 3 years ago
I had otoplasty about 10 years ago and one is almost flush with my head. I would like to have this corrected without operating on the cartilage. Instead, can something like a small piece of silicone be inserted behind the ear to "prop" the ear and push it forward a little? Or also could liquid silicone be injected somewhere along the side of the head, behind ear, to sort of create a small ridge to push the ear out a little? I would be happy with a small improvement.
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IT is generally not advisable to have silicone injected into the ear to prop it forward or injected for any reason.
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