Piercing your ears puts the earlobes at risk for stretching, tearing and keloid scarring (a benign growth on scar tissue). Because of their location, the tears are often split and are very visible. Earlobe repair surgery fixes the split and enables you to wear earrings again. Torn earlobes or elongated piercing tracts may benefit from this procedure.
Who is a candidate for earlobe repair?
Recuperation and Healing Sutures are removed after five days.
Earlobe repair surgery is usually not covered by insurance. Our staff can assist you in making that determination. The specific risks and the suitability of earlobe repair surgery for a given individual can be determined only at the time of consultation. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Minor complications that do not affect the outcome occur occasionally. Major complications are unusual.
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