i had my ears pierced when i was younger on my earlobes, over the years i began to notice tht my small holes have become more of a line causing my studs to hang and fall through my ears. how much would this cost to have it fixed?
How Much Does It Cost to Fix Torn Earlopes That Are Not Torn All the Way Through?
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Heavy earrings are the usual culprit
Usually, heavy earrings over time lead to dilated or elongated earlobe holes. Occassionally a child can grab an earring and cause a rip all the way through. Techniques to repair these two types are usually similar and the fees range from $500 to $1000 each.
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How much does it cost to fix torn earlobes
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Fees vary widely from city to city and according to what earlobe repair or earlobe reshaping is performed.
It is unusual to not have to cut to the rim when repairing even an enlarged earlobe hole because if you only cut out the hole and repair it the earlobe tends to elongate and look unnatural. To repair the enlarged earlobe and restore a normal shape you almost always have to cut the rim.
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