Earlobe Reconstruction


Earlobe reconstruction is a common and straightforward minor surgical procedure to repair a split and/or stretched enlarged earlobe. This treatment is ideal for patients who have damaged their earlobes due to ear piercing and/or other trauma or whose earlobes have lengthened due to ageing.


The procedure involves the removal of the damaged tissue and the creation of a new, natural-looking earlobe using advanced techniques. The treatment is performed in clinic under local anaesthesia, and typically takes less than 30 minutes. Patients can expect some minor discomfort or swelling after the procedure, but these side effects are generally mild and temporary.


After earlobe reconstruction, patients are advised to avoid strenuous activities and excessive pulling or twisting of the ears for a few weeks after the procedure. Sutures are removed within 5 to 7 days after surgery. Patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the treatment, with minimal downtime.

Earlobe reconstruction can produce excellent results, with little to no visible scarring.