As body modification becomes increasingly common, our practice sees more and more cases of torn earlobes. Earlobes usually tear because of trauma to the ears, the weight of heavy earrings, or a consequence of widened piercings called “gauges.” But we’ve also seen patients who were simply born with overly large earlobes or earlobes that were deformed by a previous procedure.
Regardless of what issues you have with your earlobes, Second to Creation offers a way to return them to normalcy: earlobe repair. Whether you just want to be able to wear earrings again or need an earlobe repair for career reasons (people cannot enlist in the military with stretched earlobes), we are here to help.
Whether you’re a kid or an adult, we all know what it’s like to not feel confident about our appearance. It happens to the best of us. And while we understand that it’s our uniqueness that makes us extraordinary, it’s hard to feel whole and self-assured when there’s a small part of us that doesn’t fit with the rest.
Thankfully, it is possible to create more balanced, subtle ears with a procedure called otoplasty. Second to Creation performs otoplasty to resize overly large ears, pin back ears that simply stick out too much, or reconstruct ears suffering from noticeable deformities.
Brian K. Machida, MD, FACS
Located in the Heart of Inland Empire
Restored Faces…Transformed Lives. Excellence, experience, caring, professionalism, and amazing results are all part of the experience you’ll receive as part of your incredible experience at STC Plastic Surgery