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Ear Reshaping Plastic Surgery
This surgery is carried out to improve the position, shape and proportion of the ear and is thus called ear surgery or otoplasty. This plays a vital role in correcting the defects of the ear structure. This could include the injuries that are present from either the birth or defects or injuries that occur during an accident. It brings the proportion and balance to the ears and face and creates a unique and natural shape. You may consult a plastic surgeon if you want to work on your disfigured or protruding ears.
The first step of the surgery is to give general anaesthesia. After that there are incisions that would be made on the back of the ear. A t times, these incisions may have to be created in front of the ear as well. Through the incisions, the surgeon will correct the protruding or misshaped cartilages. Finally, after the procedure, the incisions will be closed with external stitches.
You can witness the results of the surgery immediately after when it is done. Some other complicated surgeries comparatively might take more time to show the results. The surgeon will give all the necessary instructions regarding the surgery and the things that should be and shouldn’t be done. The surgeon would also explain you the risks of the procedure before the surgery. Children from the age of five to old aged people can opt for ear surgery. The only condition is that the patient should be healthy.
Correction of Bat Ear/ Prominent Ear Correction
Bat ear is a condition that generally occurs at the time of birth. This problem is normally caused due to the irregularity in the soft tissues folding during ear formation.
Treatment: Local anaesthesia is given and is proved to be sufficient in most cases. The procedure begins by making an incision at the back of the ear and surgical procedures are performed to fold back the soft tissues so that the ear is now in a favourable shape. There is only some minimum invasion required and this scar fades away in a short while.