Earlobe Repair in Port Everglades - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Earlobes—the part of the ear that typically consists of a small, cartilage-free patch of skin—can become torn, split or ripped. This can occur for a number of reasons, ranging from accidents, specific lobe-expanding jewelry (such as gauges) or heavy earrings.
If you're suffering from torn earlobes and would like to discuss earlobe repair, please call (954) 248-3611 or contact Dr. Ferdinand Cabrera online.
Is Earlobe Repair Right for Me?
Earlobe repair is a useful procedure for most everyone suffering from torn earlobes, split earlobes or elongated piercing tracts. These conditions can occur in people of nearly any age and either gender.
- Torn Earlobes: Torn earlobes can occur from years of wear-and-tear damage from earrings or a single incident. They consist of a partial tear through the lobe.
- Split Earlobes: Slit earlobes are similar to torn lobes, but consist of a complete tear through the skin. Like torn earlobes, this can stem from jewelry or simply an accident.
- Elongated Piercing Tracts: Elongated piercing tracts stem from heavy earrings or gauges. These pieces of decorative jewelry can deal lasting damage to the lobes and necessitate repair.
When earlobes are damaged, stretched or split, it can cause pain, look unsightly and make earrings difficult or impossible to wear. If you're suffering from any of these issues, you don't have to live with damaged earlobes. Repair is possible with earlobe reconstruction, also known as otoplasty.
How Does Earlobe Repair Work?
Earlobe repair is a relatively simple cosmetic surgery procedure. The exact nature of the earlobe repair depends on your specific needs as a patient and the level of damage to your lobes. During the procedure, the earlobe is slice and sutured back together.
This allows the ear to heal and retake its original shape and length. Because the amount of incisions and damage during earlobe repair are minimal, complications are rarely an issue. The only way to see if earlobe repair surgery is a fit for your damage lobes is to work with a professional cosmetic surgeon.
Schedule Ear Reconstruction Today
Ear repair surgery might just restore your confidence and allow you to wear your favorite earrings again. If you're interested in rejuvenating your lobes, please call (954) 248-3611 or contact Dr. Ferdinand Cabrera online.
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