Ear plastic Surgery
Plastic surgery has traveled long to serve the people of today. Many deformities of the body can successfully be corrected by a relevant plastic surgery procedure. History proves that this kind of surgery had been in practice even in 2000 BC. Egyptian and Indian physicians were practicing this technique of correcting different body parts. No doubt, what had been in practice that time very much differs from what we see as plastic surgery techniques in our modern time, but the goal or idea behind the concept is still the same.
It can be noticed sometimes that ears of some people look unsightly or abnormally shaped. Until the techniques of plastic surgery became so advanced and affordable, people had to live with such out of shape ears. However, now the things have changed and nobody feels helpless to change the deformed ear shape to normal provided the monetary side is not the hindrance.
Now we are able to correct torn earlobes, drooping or protruding ears, exceptionally large ears, etc, with ear plastic surgery. If you have ear that stick out more than 2 cm from the back of the head, you can undergo ear plastic surgery to have the size corrected. Not only this, many other ear deformities can satisfactorily be addressed by ear plastic surgery.
Some people find very late that they need ear corrective measures, or it becomes affordable for them later in their older age. Some parents take the initiative and do whatever possible to have ear defects corrected in their children. Ear plastic surgery is possible in both of the cases but if done during an early age it would be easier to reshape the deformed ears.
When you have to undergo Otoplasty, a surgical procedure for pinning back the ear, certain conditions have to be met before you would be considered fit for the surgery. In a two hours procedure, the ears can be corrected, reshaped, made symmetrical, and reduced in size while any protrusion is corrected as well. During the recovery period, you would have to be with soft dressing over the ears for a few weeks. You may also be advised to use headbands for a month or so after the surgery.
Other deformity is known as ‘lop-eared,’ where the fold of the cartilage that gives the shape to the upper side of the ear does not form. As a result, the ears stick out or flop down. Ear plastic surgery can easily take care of this problem. Permanent stitches are given in the upper ear cartilage in a way that corrects the ear.
In cases when infants are born without an opening in the middle ear, ear plastic surgery can solve the issue by surgically opening and reshaping the area. Likewise, if a person has no ear since birth or lose an ear accidentally, ear plastic surgery can attach artificial ear that goes well with the surrounding.
Sometimes you can find people with a torn earlobe. This can happen due to any reason and it is more common in female who love to wear earrings. Again, ear plastic surgery comes to the rescue.
Summing up the topic, ear plastic surgery is a wonderful way to help people correct many deformities of the ear. Most of the procedures aren’t associated with any serious kinds of side effects or risks. People can avail this kind of surgery to correct many deformities without worrying for any significance discomfort or side effects. The only point that could hinder is the cost of the surgery. Since no insurance coverage is applicable when some cosmetic procedures are done, the patient would have to bear the cost totally.
Published by Nathan Jone on January 3rd 2012 | Health
Published by Agnes Paul on December 13th 2011 | Health
Published by Jamesalexjendra on February 21st 2012 | Health
Published by Ferzaad Moosa on March 24th 2012 | Health
Published by Smith Wymondham on January 24th 2012 | Health
Published by Godwin on July 12th 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on December 29th 2011 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on February 8th 2012 | Health
Published by Amber Dorsch on January 23rd 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on January 6th 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on March 2nd 2012 | Health
Published by Agnes Paul on January 15th 2012 | Health
Published by Jane Cyrus on March 28th 2012 | Health
Published by Calgaryphy on January 11th 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on December 14th 2011 | Health
Published by Agnes Paul on January 23rd 2012 | Health
Published by Nathan Jone on February 3rd 2012 | Health
Published by John Smith on November 30th 2011 | Health
Published by Ferzaad Moosa on April 23rd 2012 | Health
Published by Nicoleflourweens on December 28th 2011 | Health