Ears

An ear correction (otoplasty) is usually made in cases of protruding or oversized ears. With children the surgery should be made before enrolment in school. However, adults with bothering ear parts or earlobe defects can be helped with special surgical techniques. Which exact procedure is the best for a patient can only be determined in personal talks and following a thorough examination.

Surgery time1 to 2 hours
Narcosislocal anesthetic or general anesthesia
Hospitalisationambulant
Presentabilityafter 5 to 7 days
Workablenessafter 5 to 7 days