Ear Surgery (Otoplasty) Before & After Case 1
- excess cartilage of the conchal bowl
- a weak fold of the superior crus
- blunted angle of projection of the ear from the head
There is no one-size-fits-all approach, as every patient and every ear is unique.
Here, scoring of the anterior cartilage, multiple shaping sutures, and skin excision, were all employed to achieve a natural result without appearing overly pinned back.
He is seen here at 1 month post-operatively. All photos shared with patient consent, and may not be distributed or reproduced without express, written consent.