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Table of Contents
- 1 Ear Aesthetics
- 1.1 Ear Aesthetics
- 1.1.1 What is the Ear Aesthetics?
- 1.2 Free Appointment
- 1.3 Free Appointment
- 1.3.1 What should be done before surgery?
- 1.3.2 Step by Step Operation Process
- 1.3.3 1- Anesthesia
- 1.3.4 2- Creation of incisions
- 1.3.5 3- Closing the cuts
- 1.3.6 4- See Results
- 1.3.7 What to Expect?
- 1.3.8 ABOUT EAR AESTHETICS
- 1.4 MORE INFORMATION
- 1.4.1 What should be done after surgery?
- 1.4.2 IF YOU THINK OF EAR AESTHETICS, CONTACT US!
- 1.4.3 Results
- 1.4.4 GALLERY
- 1.4.5 Contact us for Before & After photos!
- 1.4.6 Frequently Asked Questions About Ear Aesthetics
- 1.1 Ear Aesthetics
Prominent Ears occur when the angle of the ear to the head is far greater than how it is supposed to be.
Prominent ear aesthetics or otoplasty can be done any time after the age of 6.
What is the Ear Aesthetics?
Ear aesthetics is the process of correcting protruding ears and putting them in a normal position.
The appearance is corrected with ear aesthetics. The prominent ear problem is mostly caused by genetic reasons. The function of the ear is normal but causes aesthetic anxiety.
Who is suitable for this operation?
In general, prominent ears in young children may cause insecurity. This is true not only because the ears are too large, but also because they have an asymmetrical and folded ear.
Successful results can be achieved with prominent ear aesthetics. This surgery will be better at child age. In general, however, patients prefer older ages. Anyone who has these problems and has no health problems can prefer ear aesthetics.
What are the risks?
The decision to make ear aesthetics is highly personal and you will need to measure the potential benefits of reaching your goals with the risks and potential complications of ear surgery. You will be asked to sign consent forms to make sure you fully understand the procedure, alternatives, and the most likely risks and possible complications.
Possible risks of ear surgery include:
- Blood clots
- Poor wound healing
- Change in skin sensation
- Skin contour irregularities
- Skin fading / swelling
- Anesthesia risks
- Negative scarring
- Continuous pain
These risks and others will be fully discussed before your consent is taken. It is important to discuss all your questions directly with your plastic surgeon.
What should be done before surgery?
First, you need to have a detailed conversation with your doctor. You should tell your doctor what you want in a good way.
Before your ear surgery, your doctor will tell you what you need to do. You should also stop smoking and drinking alcohol. It is also recommended that you do not use blood thinners. In this way, you will have a more rapid healing process after the operation.
Step by Step Operation Process
The methods of nose aesthetics are various according to the changes to be made. Your surgeon will decide on the best technique for you.
During the surgical procedure apply drugs for your comfort. Options include local, sedation, or general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best selection for you.
2- Creation of incisions
Uses surgical techniques to reduce problems in the ear. The incisions are made indefinitely..
3- Closing the cuts
The surgery is done by stitching the cuts. These stitches will then be taken in the following days.
4- See Results
You will immediately notice the results after the otoplasty surgery. You can have swelling and bruising. As you go through these, you will understand the results better.
What to Expect?
Immediately after ear surgery, discomfort is normal and can be controlled by pain medication. It can be an itchy feeling under the bandages. Bandages must remain intact and should not be removed for any reason.
Although good results are expected, there is no guarantee of complete satisfaction. In some cases, it may not be possible to obtain the best results with a single surgical procedure, and another surgical procedure may become necessary.
ABOUT EAR AESTHETICS
The situation called the prominent ear can be solved immediately without operation until the cartilage tissue hardens however, in the event of not being noticed or not noticed in the future, the surgery will be the only solution.
In the ear operation, the angle between the ear and the head is narrowed. That is, the ear is tilted backward. In addition to this process, the ear folds are shaped. Approximately 1 hour of aesthetics is a simple intervention that can be discharged 24 hours later. However, wearing a headband for about 2 weeks will result in a healthier treatment.
What should be done after surgery?
It is important to keep the area clean after surgery. It must be protected against any impact. It will be supported with bandages to maintain the position of the new ear.
Your doctor will give you the necessary instructions to increase your recovery rate and minimize the possibility of infection after the operation.
IF YOU THINK OF EAR AESTHETICS, CONTACT US!
To find out more about, discuss options, or talk about the cost of ear surgery, please call +44 1442 780745 for an appointment. Please contact us with our experienced doctors
In-ear aesthetics, in the earliest stages of healing, in the protruding ears, after the straps supporting the new shape of the ear are removed, can be seen almost immediately.
By permanently positioning the ear close to the head, the surgical traces are hidden behind the ear or well-hidden in the natural folds of the ear. Results of more extensive ear surgery and reconstruction may occur in stages over time.
Frequently Asked Questions About Ear Aesthetics
In who is the bucket ear seen ?
Bucket ear problem can be seen in about 5% of children because of the genetic condition.
Who is suitable for the ear surgery?
Anyone who has bucket ear problems without any health issue is suitable for the surgery after 6 years old.
Are ear surgeries painful?
This is a short operation with anesthesia patients do not feel anything in the operation. There is no serious pain later. Already this situation is supported by painkillers. Patients may be uncomfortable with the pressure of the bandage.