Can Anyone Recommend an Experienced Plastic Surgeon to Repair Stretched/"gauged" Earlobes in Portland, OR?
- Asked by Heather in Portland in Portland, OR
- 2 years ago
I can't seem to find any recommendations on the internet, or even any surgeons claiming to have experience with this sort of procedure. My earlobes were stretched to 1 1/4" many years ago, and have since naturally shrunken to about 5/8". I want "normal" earlobes again. I have several friends who have had this procedure, but they are halfway across the country. I would like to stay in Portland if possible, to make follow-up easier. Any recommendations in Portland, OR?
I am here in Seattle and I have a lot of experience in repairing earlobes from all kinds of reasons
We would love to have you come to Seattle for us to help you with your earlobe repair. Below is a video to illustrate our answer better. We have other informative videos and information on our website and a link is included to help you find us.
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Portland Stretched Earlobe Repairs
There are several excellent facial plastic surgeons on this site close to your location. We perform several of the stretched earlobe repairs per year and the numbers continue to increase at a staggering rate as more and more patients with stretched lobes no longer like the appearance of their ears, or they are seeking jobs or military service that frown upon body modification.
Good luck with finding the right surgeon for you!
Michael Kim, MD
Recent Ear Lobe Surgery Reviews
Ear Lobe Surgery Photos
Correction of Gauged Ear Lobe
Thank you for the question. There are many good board-certified plastic surgeons in your area. You should do your due diligence by checking with the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Only by visiting the surgeon's website or office will you learn of his/her specific experience and skill.
The repair of the stretched envelope is a great procedure that can restore the ear lobe to a “normal” appearance". Must be taken during this procedure to avoid reducing the size of the air and/or creating a notch/ depressed appearance in the area of the rim of the ear lobe. It is usually done under local anesthesia with very high patient satisfaction rates.
I hope this helps.
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