Earlobe reduction surgery also known as “lobuloplasty” is when the size of the ear lobe is made smaller. This can be done by itself or in conjunction with an otoplasty (ear setback) The earlobe size and shape can be affected by trauma, wearing heavy earring, gauging (stretching), or it can also be congenital. Ideal candidates for earlobe reduction surgery in Dallas are individuals who find their earlobe has a sagging appearance. The size of your earlobe can be changed and stretched out due to trauma, wearing heavy earrings, gauging (stretching), and can also be congenital. Both men and women can feel their ear is stretched out as a result of skin laxity.
Benefits of earlobe reduction
The benefit of undergoing earlobe reduction surgery with Dr. Azouz is regaining a more natural look to your earlobe. Many patients report that they no longer try to hide or cover their ears with their hair, hats, or scarves. Earlobe reduction surgery will also give you a more youthful appearing earlobe
During your earlobe reduction surgery in Dallas with plastic surgeon Dr. Azouz, you will (in most cases) receive a combination of sedation and local anesthesia. Dr. Azouz prefers to use the combination of sedation and local anesthesia compared to the use of general anesthesia when performing lobuloplasty.
Some patients are interested in combining ear surgery with other plastic surgeries. There are many plastic and cosmetic procedures that Dr. Azouz performs in combination with earlobe reduction surgery. The most common combination surgery for lobuloplasty is a facelift or neck lift. Dr. Azouz is able to rejuvenate the earlobes by adding fat through fat grafting or by removing excess skin.
Some of these combination surgeries include:
– Thigh lift
– Drainless tummy tuck
– Mini tummy tuck
– Breast lift
– Breast augmentation
– Gynecomastia (Male breast reduction)
– Facelift or neck lift
– Eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Schedule your consultation with Dr. Azouz
If you are interested in an earlobe reduction consultation, contact Dr. Azouz to evaluate your case by calling 972 702 8888.