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4 out of 5 stars Ear Surgery

Earfold: Did I Do the Right Thing?

Very nice and warm person. Really put me at my ease and took the time to go through different options, and reflect on those options as we went along. Looking back, I think he was quite persuasive, and I am not 100% sure that he had my best interests at heart - he just wanted to do lots of earfold operations as they are quick and easy. However, it's only 24 hours after the op, and my ears may end up OK once the swelling goes down, so I'm not making any judgements yet.

5 out of 5 stars Ear Surgery

Earfold Implants Review - London, GB

Laid back relaxing calm helpful attitude whilst at the same time being a true professional, very helpful with ensuring you achieve the exact look you want or get as close as possible. He spoke to me continuasly throughout the procedure to calm nerves and was generally a very nice guy.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

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I'm 16 years old and have protruding ears. Which method is best to use for this procedure? (Photo)

The best solution to your prominence depends on many factors. The most important is the specific anatomy of your ear. The second is your specific... READ MORE

My ears have been overcorrected during an otoplasty years ago. Is there any way of moving them away from my head? (Photo)

You will need to see a surgeon who can harvest some rib-cartilage from your chest. This can then be used to prop your ear forwards although the... READ MORE

Is it possible to get your ears pinned, but not so much that they are practically flat to the sides of your head?

You may wish to consider treatment with earFold implants. These allow the degree of pin-back to be tailored to your precise requirements - before... READ MORE

Does the result seem to be good? (Photo)

Looks as though you have had a partial (rim) defect reconstructed with a local flap. The result is likely to be poor since the flap used was composed... READ MORE

Could this be an infection? (photos)

Looks like an infection to me. I suggest you go and see your surgeon again for advice before it gets much worse. READ MORE

I'm thinking of otoplasty but I fear it may go wrong and my ears will look worse. What happens if it does go wrong? (photo)

All depends on which technique is used and the skill of the surgeon. Different techniques are more reversible than others (some are completely... READ MORE

Knot on upper ear lobe. Is there anything I can do at home? (Photo)

These "knots" are almost certainly keloid scars. These are extremely difficult to treat. I advise you see a plastic surgeon to discuss your options... READ MORE

Can I have an otoplasty for the third time?

You can have as many procedures as you want on your ear. Any procedure that changes the shape and appearance of your ear is a type of "otoplasty".... READ MORE

How can we treat this? (Photo)

This is probably a keloid scar. This is a hereditary condition and is commonest in people with African or Indian ancestry. It is usually the result of... READ MORE

How to make rib cartilage survive? (photos)

The likelihood of success with a reconstruction using rib cartilage depends upon the skill and experience of the surgeon who is performing the... READ MORE

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4 out of 5 stars Ear Surgery

Earfold: Did I Do the Right Thing?

Very nice and warm person. Really put me at my ease and took the time to go through different options, and reflect on those options as we went along. Looking back, I think he was quite persuasive, and I am not 100% sure that he had my best interests at heart - he just wanted to do lots of earfold operations as they are quick and easy. However, it's only 24 hours after the op, and my ears may end up OK once the swelling goes down, so I'm not making any judgements yet.

5 out of 5 stars Ear Surgery

Earfold Implants Review - London, GB

Laid back relaxing calm helpful attitude whilst at the same time being a true professional, very helpful with ensuring you achieve the exact look you want or get as close as possible. He spoke to me continuasly throughout the procedure to calm nerves and was generally a very nice guy.



I'm 16 years old and have protruding ears. Which method is best to use for this procedure? (Photo)

The best solution to your prominence depends on many factors. The most important is the specific anatomy of your ear. The second is your specific... READ MORE

My ears have been overcorrected during an otoplasty years ago. Is there any way of moving them away from my head? (Photo)

You will need to see a surgeon who can harvest some rib-cartilage from your chest. This can then be used to prop your ear forwards although the... READ MORE

Is it possible to get your ears pinned, but not so much that they are practically flat to the sides of your head?

You may wish to consider treatment with earFold implants. These allow the degree of pin-back to be tailored to your precise requirements - before... READ MORE

Does the result seem to be good? (Photo)

Looks as though you have had a partial (rim) defect reconstructed with a local flap. The result is likely to be poor since the flap used was composed... READ MORE

Could this be an infection? (photos)

Looks like an infection to me. I suggest you go and see your surgeon again for advice before it gets much worse. READ MORE

I'm thinking of otoplasty but I fear it may go wrong and my ears will look worse. What happens if it does go wrong? (photo)

All depends on which technique is used and the skill of the surgeon. Different techniques are more reversible than others (some are completely... READ MORE

Knot on upper ear lobe. Is there anything I can do at home? (Photo)

These "knots" are almost certainly keloid scars. These are extremely difficult to treat. I advise you see a plastic surgeon to discuss your options... READ MORE

Can I have an otoplasty for the third time?

You can have as many procedures as you want on your ear. Any procedure that changes the shape and appearance of your ear is a type of "otoplasty".... READ MORE

How can we treat this? (Photo)

This is probably a keloid scar. This is a hereditary condition and is commonest in people with African or Indian ancestry. It is usually the result of... READ MORE

How to make rib cartilage survive? (photos)

The likelihood of success with a reconstruction using rib cartilage depends upon the skill and experience of the surgeon who is performing the... READ MORE

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