Its purpose is to correct the position of excessively detached ears, by placing them closer to the head.
This is achieved through a weakening of the cartilage of the ear itself and creating a cartilage fold, removing excess cartilage and existing skin.

This surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia, assisted by intravenous sedation, on an outpatient basis.

Información Importante

Do you need to go into a clinic?

Yes. Only for some hours.

What ype of anesthesia is applied?

Local and sedation.

When are the stitches removed?

On the 7th day approx.

Do you have to use a bandage?

Yes, for 1 week.

The operating time:
is approximately 60 minutes.

The incision is always done behind the ear, so that scar is hidden forever.

The post-operative:
should pass without pain and it is necessary to wear a type of turban for seven days. The stitches are removed after seven days. After the swelling period, the final positioning will build up gradually, until achieving the final result within 4-6 months. Despite this, you can see satisfactory results after two weeks.