Ear surgery available for the Bryn Mawr, Newtown Square, and surrounding Philadelphia Areas
People looking to make a change to their facial appearance have a lot of options, including everything from minimally invasive wrinkle-smoothing injections to facial surgery at the Bryn Mawr, Newtown Square, and Philadelphia area's Cirillo Center for Plastic Surgery. Otoplasty shapes the ears so they don't stick too far out to either side.
The goal of ear shaping is to create a look that reveals balance and proportion, putting each element and feature of your face in harmony with the rest. Learn more about facial plastic surgery procedures, as well as minimally invasive fillers, that focus on specific regions.
What Does Otoplasty Involve?
Cosmetic otoplasty is for children or adults who feel that their ears stick out too far or are misshapen in some way. The surgery involves Dr. Gowen putting sutures into the cartilage in key places in the ear to help reshape it and bring it close to the head. Dr. Gowen also performs ear reconstruction after damage from trauma or cancers that have been removed.
Earlobe repair is an option for people who are unhappy with their earlobes after earrings tearing or stretching the tissue there.
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Other Facial Procedures for Bryn Mawr, Newtown Square, and Philadelphia
Other surgical procedures that impact the face include rhinoplasty, which alters the size and shape of the nose, and a facelift, which tightens sagging and loose skin on the lower half of the face. Both of these can be paired with the other procedures noted here, as well as injectable, chemical, or laser treatments that alter the texture or appearance of the skin.
In addition to surgery, patients who want to add contour to the cheek area of their face may also decide to use temporary dermal fillers. Some fillers are designed specifically to restore lost volume to hollow or sunken areas of the face, with results that can last anywhere from several months to more than one year, depending on the type of filler used.