Earlobe Gauged Stretched Repair Bellevue & Seattle

Move on to the next more professional stage of your life. Repairing your Earlobe Gauge is a simple procedure.

Gauging of the ears and its repair is a process of stretching out your earlobes progressively with various earlobe gauges and instruments. Although a fashion statement for some people, this presentation can often present a hindrance for a person in the professional world.

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Earlobe plastic surgery can repair earrings that were accidentally torn through the earlobe. Over time, heavy earrings can create an enlarged earring hole that can give you an undesirable appearance. The repair for this situation is essentially an excision of the hole and closure with re-piercing at three to six months.

There are other complicated ways of fixing the torn earlobe that can avoid piercing and leave you with an earring hole. Although you can avoid another piercing session,this method entails more intricate flaps of tissue and the results are not as consistent as some other approaches. Dr. Young believes that the removal of the torn portion of the earlobe with complete closure gives the best outcome. You have a stronger reconstruction and the earring hole will be smaller, tighter and last longer than more intricate methods. You can pierce your ear in 3-6 months after this primary reconstruction and simple closure.

There are different ways to camouflage the incisions with this procedure. One option is laser resurfacing with dermabrasion to help camouflage the incision even more.

Before Otoplasty | Ear Reconstruction for previously Gauged | Stretched | Torn Earlobes

After Otoplasty | Ear Reconstruction for previously Gauged | Stretched | Torn Earlobes

Restructuring the incision would be another option but unlikely needed. These are some of the things that can be discussed with your doctor. The earliest you can laser the incision would be eight weeks when you can take advantage of the embryologic healing.

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