Bermant Otoplasty Plastic Surgery of the Ears

Adult Female pin back ear surgery - Photographs before and after surgery

Before and after pictures of a female patient with ear correction surgery.

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Photographs bilateral otoplasty ear surgery in a female patient

This patient complained that her ears were too large, protruded, were uneven, and that the earlobes were too big.

Otoplasty Sculpture: Both ears conchal bowl setback and lobule setback. Mustarde setback upper pole of left ear,

36 year old female

Location Surgery: Bermant Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center (Office Operating Room)

Anesthesia: Local with sedation

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She had relatively well formed antihelix before surgery. The deformity was mainly from the concha that pushed the ears out too far.

Before otoplasty ear surgery for protruding ear and poor antihelical fold. After otoplasty ear surgery for protruding ear and inadequate antihelical fold.

Left Photograph: before otoplasty showing ear protrusion

Right Photo: 3 weeks after ear surgery

She had relatively well formed antihelix before surgery. The deformity was mainly from the concha that pushed the ears out too far.

Before otoplasty of antihelix and reposition of ear lobe. After otoplasty of antihelix and reposition of earlobe.

Left Photograph: before otoplasty showing ear protrusion

Right Photo: 3 weeks after otoplasty ear surgery

These ears were asymmetrical. Notice the top of the left ear that protruded further from the scalp than the right before surgery. This protrusion was from a difference in the antihelical folds near the top. The earlobes needed to be set back to maintain a balanced appearance.

Before ear surgery for ears that protrude from antihelical fold and earlobe. After ear surgery for ears that protrude from antihelix fold and ear lobe.

Before ear surgery photograph with ear protrusion.

Right photo 3 weeks after otoplasty surgery with improved antihelical folds

Protrusion of ear from weak antihelix before otoplasty ear surgery. After otoplasty of antihelix and pinning of ear lobe.

Before otoplasty photograph showing protruding ear and weak antihelix

Right photo: 3 weeks after otoplasty ear surgery showing corrected antihelical fold

The conchal bowls were set back as the main portion of this ear surgery. Dr. Bermant increased the upper left ear fold to restore symmetry.

Before otoplasty for weak antihelix and earlobe. After ear surgery for ears that protrude from antihelix fold and ear lobe.

 

Left Photograph: before otoplasty showing ear protrusion

Right Photo: 3 weeks after ear surgery

From behind, you can see the change in ear position that the conchal bowl set back created. The scars are behind the ear. The earlobes no longer protrude.

Ear protrusion before otoplasty ear surgery and changing antihelix fold. Ear no longer protrudes after otoplasty ear surgery and changing antihelix fold.

Left Photograph: before otoplasty showing ear protrusion

Right Photo: 3 weeks after ear surgery

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