- Sorry to be answering so long after your question but just saw it
- I am in Atlanta and would be happy to help you if you haven't found someone yet.
- Whoever you choose must be a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, ideally specializing in cosmetic surgery -
- Which for myself and some practices in the area, is all we do.
How can I find a doctor near Ellenwood, GA to repair my torn ear lobe?
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Repair ear lobe in Georgia
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How can I find a doctor to repair my torn ear lobe?
“Split” 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. You will find lots of examples of this procedure performed on this website, and on the attached link as well. I would suggest a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon who's work you like.
Find a doctor near you
I suggest you visit the webpage for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. There, you can find a board certified plastic surgeon either by city, state or by zip code.
How to find doctor to repair torn ear lobe?
How to find a doctor to repair a torn ear lobe
I would go to the American Society of Plastic Surgery website and click on the Find a Surgeon link. You will be able to locate one close to you and the website only has board certified plastic surgeons. Normally, I recommend finding a plastic surgeon who is board certified AND does a lot of what you are looking to have done. However, ear lobe repair is generally very simple and any board certified plastic surgeon should be able to do it relatively easily, so just find one who is respectful and priced right. I hope that helps.
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