It's completely normal to have a few lumps so soon after surgery. They likely are from some deep sutures that will dissolve with time. Be patient- all will look and feel well in the end!
Is It Normal to Have Bumps Behind the Earlobe 3 Weeks Post Op After a Face/neck Lift?
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A few bumps behind the ear are normal and will go away
Bumps behind the earlobe after face/neck lift
It's very common to feel "bumps" behind the earlobe after your face/neck lift surgery. Most of the time, these are stitching placed along the incision. Most of the stitching are either removed by surgeon or will reabsorb with time. You can also expect some skin reaction to the sutures and it's quite prominent at about 3 to 6 weeks post op. Make sure your are healing well and recovering as expected.
Bumps behind ear after facelift
Thanks for your question -
As the other surgeons mentioned you are likely feeling some suture. But you may also be feeling some bunching or gathering of the skin.
Not to worry this usually goes away after a few months too.
Be sure you stay in close contact with your plastic surgeon.
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What you are feeling are the sutures under the skin. These will dissolve over time. Be sure to keep your appointments with your surgeon over the next year.
Bumps behind ears after a facelift
Yes, it is totally normal to feel bumps behind your ears early after surgery. They are probably the stitches that will dissolve over the next couple of months. Keep in contact with your surgeon who will be best able to guide you during this post op period.
Bumps behind ears after facelift
It is not uncommon to have some bumps or irregularities after a facelift only three weeks after surgery. They usually flatten. If concerned, talk to your surgeon.
Yes, this usually occurs because of the repositioning of tissue. Sometimes a standing cutaneous cone, plete, can develop behind the ear. This will resolve itself with time and the resolution can be expedited with massage. If the bump persists steroid injections will sometimes soften scar tissue.
Bumps after Facelift
Yes, this can be normal depending on the type of facelift performed. This may represent edema or slight excess in skin that should resolve with time. Follow the recommendations of your operating surgeon.
Feeling irregularity in scars after recent facelift not unexpected
the process of scar maturation takes about a year, so it would indeed be normal to feel or even see uneven, raised, or firm scars so soon after surgery. be patient, usually this will take care of itself over several months time; if it doesn't, areas that don't improve can be revised (usually under local anesthesia in the office).