Patients who struggle with elongated earlobes can now find relief with Earlobe Reconstruction.
Who is a candidate for earlobe reconstruction?
Candidates for earlobe reconstruction include individuals who are dealing with earlobe deformities, stretching, or other irregularities that negatively impact their appearance or comfort. Some of the most common reasons that patients consider this procedure include:
- Torn earlobes: Whether due to trauma, heavy earrings, or other factors, torn earlobes can be repaired with reconstruction.
- Stretched earlobes: Patients with stretched earlobes, usually resulting from the practice of earlobe stretching, can opt for reconstruction to restore a suitable appearance.
- Congenital deformities: Some patients are born with earlobe irregularities, which can also be addressed through reconstruction.
- Aging changes: Like any other part of the body, earlobes can lose volume and develop wrinkles over time. Reconstruction can rejuvenate their appearance.