Pictures of details of conchal bowl reduction revision ear surgery.
The normal concha has gentle curves that transition the ear canal to the antihelix fold.
Picture of step off deformity in conchal bowl after another surgeon's operation. One variation of set back otoplasty pins the ear closer to the head by reducing a big conchal bowl. Taking a wedge out of a bowl and then approximating the remaining edges can result in distortions. Artistic surgical skills are needed for an even look.
This surgeon overlapped the cartilage and skin creating a strange looking bowl.
Dr. Bermant's Revision Otoplasty included restoring the conchal contour and revising the back wall concha bowl reduction. While a big concha cartilage can be a factor for an over projecting ear, the results of reduction surgery should have a natural look.
Left Picture Before Revision Ear Surgery
Right Picture Only 8 Days After Operation to Revise Concha Bowl After Prior Otoplasty.
Ears can be sculpted in many ways. Many patients travel from around the world for Dr. Bermant skills in both picking a surgical technique and his surgical artistry.
To learn more about this ear deformity and repeat otoplasty, please start here.
|Front Pictures Before and After Repeat Otoplasty||Images from Side - Revision Ear Surgery||Photos from Behind - Revision Over Bent Ear||Revise Concha Bowl Deformity||Ear Surgery to Revise Over folded Antihelix|