Achieve Facial Balance with Earlobe Reduction Surgery
Many people have facial imbalances that can be traced to the size and shape of the ears. If you’re self-conscious about your earlobes, talk to Drs. Reps and Burton Sundin about the benefits of earlobe surgery. This simple in-office procedure can restore facial harmony by resizing and recontouring the earlobes. It’s performed under local anesthesia and involves minimal scarring so you can get back to your busy life with minimal downtime.
Reasons to Undergo Earlobe Reduction Surgery
One of the most common reasons why people undergo earlobe reduction surgery is because their earlobes have stretched and are hanging too low. This can happen after years of wearing very heavy earrings or because of the aging process and genetics. You might undergo an earlobe reduction to:
- Reshape the look of your earlobes
- Resize the bottom half of the ears
- Improve or enhance your facial profile
- Thin out the tissue around the earlobes
- Achieve results with minimal downtime
How Earlobe Reduction Surgery is Performed
Drs. Sundin performs earlobe reduction surgery under local anesthesia. He will make very small incisions around the ear to remove excess tissue or reposition some of the delicate tissues around the earlobe to create a more attractive appearance. Since the incisions are very small, there is minimal scarring and the treated area heals very quickly. Patients enjoy minimal downtime with this procedure so it’s easy to get back to your regular activities shortly after treatment.
Best Candidates for Earlobe Reduction Surgery
You may be a good candidate for an earlobe reduction if you are very self-conscious about the appearance of your ears or want to be able to wear earrings again without discomfort. The healing time is relatively quick and Drs. Sundin will provide you with post-procedure instructions to ensure you achieve optimal results in the shortest time possible.
Let us restore facial balance and harmony with earlobe reduction surgery. Schedule your consultation with Drs. Sundin today!