They are your typical ear piercings, and they haven't been torn or gauged. I would like to know, how much would it cost to get the holes closed?
How Much Would Ear Piercing Closing Cost?
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Ear Piercing Closing Cost
Costs vary by region and surgeon, but if it is a simple repair, the cost is usually about $250-400 per ear.
Michael Kim, MD
Earlobe holes can be closed easily and painlessly.
For roughly $500 per earlobe the hole can be closed under local anesthesia and painlessly with no down time. Sincerely,
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