The patient is a woman was dissatisfied with her asymmetric prominent ears. They are improved with a full otoplasty.
Cases in Otoplasty (ear surgery) and Facial Reconstruction
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The patient is a woman who disliked her ear prominence and asymmetry and had improvement with a full otoplasty.
The patient is a young woman who had two partial tears to her ear lobe. The pie shaped hanging tissue was excised and the edges sutured in 3 layers. The repair is performed in the office under a local anesthetic and is well tolerated. Patients are counseled not to re-pierce their ears below the repair …
Traumatic laceration to the upper lip with one year post repair view.
The patient is a young woman who had recession of her gums due to her Labret piercing and desired removal. The piercing formed a permanent tract that must be removed like a donut and then repaired in layers. The repair may be deforming to the lip, but improves with time as the lip stretches. Repair …