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Ear Surgery also known as Otoplasty surgery, can improve the shape of positioning of your ears. It also can reduce the size of your ears if they are large in proportion to your other features. If you ears protrude more than normal, surgery can reposition them closer to your head.
Ear surgery often is recommended for children of six years or older as they near total ear development at age five of six. Correction of the ears prior to the child entering school helps to eliminate potential psychological trauma from the teasing of classmates. Adults may also have their ears reshaped. As long as you are in good health, there is no upper age limit for the surgery.
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Our doctors will explain the details of your surgery and all of the information about the procedure. We will also take the time to understand your medical history and provide you with an overview of the Surgeons and their credentials. You will also have an opportunity to review before and after photographs of their patient’s results in their areas of expertise.
Our Surgeon will provide general information on treatments, hospital costs and incidental fee. Pre and post-operative information and a written quote will be provided to you at time of your consultation.
To book a consultation with our surgeons, call (07) 5539 1000 (opt 2).
The Ear Surgery Procedure
The supporting tissue of the ears, called cartilage, is reshaped in order to position your ears closer to your head. This usually is accomplished through incisions placed behind your ears. Subsequent scars will be concealed in the natural skin crease.
After surgery, you will need to wear a bandage for seven days to ensure that your ears heal in their new, corrected position. You will need to avoid strenuous exercise and contact sports for several weeks.
You can resume most non-strenuous activities within a week. You will need to wear a head band at night for four weeks.
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