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Ear concerns are numerous and may be due to a birth defect or misuse. Torn earlobes, excessively large earlobes, keloid skin, cup ears and protruding ears are some of the problems that can be surgically corrected.
Surgical reconstruction of the ear is possible. Depending on the scope of the intervention, local or general anesthesia may be used with suture removal within seven days.
Hospital Admission: Outpatient
Recuperation Time: 5-7 days
Patients must cool the area and apply a compress for a day. Expect swelling for up to one week.