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Split Ear lobule correction

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Earlobes are generally adorned by jewelry and solitaires, which may vary in size and weight. Earlobes are encompassed by a small amount of fatty tissue covered by soft skin. Excessive weight or stimulus can easily lead to a tear in the gentle earlobe tissues. This may be unattractive and makes the earlobe unusable for most jewelry. In certain instances, clip-on earrings can be used to conceal an earlobe tear. Many people also suffer from torn earlobes because of a child pulling on their earrings or simply catching earrings on something. Regardless of whether the earlobe is torn partially or totally, it can be corrected.
The most appropriate technique will be discussed with the patient and it depends on the specific location of injury and anatomy of the earlobe. The surgery is meticolously performed by the cosmetic surgeons and is conducted under local anesthesia. The old ear hole is completely cut out to create 2 raw surfaces that can be stitched together in 3 layers. Fine sutures are used to support the repair and minimize scarring. The stitches are dissolvable at the back of the ear and non-dissolvable at the front. The procedure takes approximately 30-40 minutes for both sides.
You will have minimum pain for a day. Painkillers can be taken if necessary. Post-operative instructions are given to avoid excessive bruising or swelling. You can return to daily activities the next day, avoiding anything energetic for at least 2 weeks.
The ear can be re-pierced 2-3 months after surgery.




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