Cosmetic Surgery of the Ear or Otoplasty - Reshaping and Repositioning
If your ears protrude excessively out from the side of your head (prominent ears), then otoplasty or ear surgery can bring the ears closer to your head and in a more normal position. Ear cartilage can also be reshaped to give a normal shape to your ear. By bringing your ears closer to your side of your head and reshaping your ear cartilage, the surgeon will adjust your ears into the normal natural position. The surgeon performs these procedures in adults and children as young as 5 years of age. Otoplasty is a safe and short procedure. The surgeon recommends that the ear correction be performed as early as possible to reduce the teasing that a child may experience.
In surgeon's Tunisia practices, many patients undergoing Otoplasty surgery are adult patients that did not have the opportunity to have otoplasty surgery as a child. The majority of his adult patients are extremely pleased to have finally achieved the normal ear shape and position they have always desired.
If you wish to improve the shape and position of your ears, call for a complimentary consultation with the surgeon. During your personal consultation, the surgeon will discuss with you the role of cosmetic surgery of the ear or otoplasty in helping you achieve your goal of a normally positioned and shaped ear.
To repair of long holes or divided earlobes from earring injuries.
- To feel beautiful balanced and proportioned with the rest of your face.
- To Natural and presentable appearance almost immediately that just continues to get better.
- To reduce the size of abnormally large ears or large earlobes.
- To create more even appearance between your right and left ears.
Local with added sedation or general anaesthesia
Between 1 hour and 1H30.
Immediate recovery. You can shower on the next day.
Most doctors like to have the patient wear a headband for a few weeks after surgery in order to protect the surgical repair.
Most normal activities can be resumed within a few weeks, but you will need to be very careful to protect your ears for at least 6 weeks
Not too much. Your surgeon will advice you to take some analgesics.
Most patients complain that it feels tight in the first few days to weeks after surgery.
REMOVAL OF THE STITCHES
Stitches are removed at 8 days
BRUISES AND SWELLING
No bruising is the usual.
In most cases, no. The scars are hidden behind the ear.
They all Include:
The Surgical Procedure
Stay in Clinic (without limit of time)
5 to 7 days in nice Hotel
Complete Hematology Tests Analysis
Implants or Prothesis (if any)
Pre and ost-operative Consultations
Clinical Professional Insurance
Professional insurance of surgeon
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