Reconstruction of lobes due to holes and / or piercings
Tearing a lobe occurs over the years and for several reasons, such as small jerks or the weight of earrings as the lobe hole is “stretched” and produces an unsightly elongation, or even in the worst of cases when a definite earlobe rupture is caused. In other cases where the removal of piercings or ear dilators is performed, a small hole connecting both ends is needs to be accurately removed to restore the continuity of the skin.
The solution for torn lobes is primarily surgical, and a simple intervention in the hands of a qualified professionals; there is no need for hospitalization and it is performed under local anaesthesia. It can be performed in outpatient minor surgery approved for medical centres.
Reconstruction types of earlobe:
- As a result of piercing.
- Reconstruction of the earlobe for the use of earrings or dilators.
- Increased thickness of the earlobe.
- Reduction of earlobes.
- Reducing the overall size of the ear.