Hole is stretched and fat from that area has moved to front of earlobe. Need hole repaired and fat removed.
Where Can I Find Earlobe Repair Near Torrance CA?
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Torn earlobe repair in Los Angeles
Pierced or torn earlobes can be repaired using meticulous layered closure of the skin and soft tissue of the earlobe to minimize recurrence. In the LA area, I perform these procedures under local anesthesia.
I would check the American Society for Plastic Surgery web site to find a plastic surgeon near Torrance of if you want our office in Huntington Beach is just 20 minutes South. Stretched earlobes are common reconstructions performed under local anesthesia with fast recovery time. Re-piercing is probably best delayed for 3 months if required
Ear Lobe Repair?
Thank you for the question.
Pierced/stretched earlobes can be easily reconstructed under local anesthesia with minimal risk and recovery time. It is important to re-approximate the curved earlobe precisely to avoid step off or other visible deformity. Re-piercing is probably best delayed a few months if the new piercing site is that all close to the closed site.
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Repair of stretched earlobe
Thank you for your question, repair of stretched earlobe is usually done in the office and under local anesthesia. The results are usually excellent and patient satisfaction is high.
Earlobe repair in Orange County, CA
Earlobes torn or stretched can be repaired. We frequently repair earlobes in my practice. In Orange County, many people have this problem, especially women in their 40's and 50's. Feel free to contact my office in Laguna Niguel, Ca for a consultation if you have this problem.
This is a common request in my office. The good news is that the hole is not completely torn which makes for a better cosmetic result. The fat that you mention needs to be evaluated to determine how to achieve the results you seek.
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