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Earlobes are rarely the source of a person's deepest frustrations about their looks. On the other hand, if your earlobes have grown large and unattractive with the passing years, or if they have been torn by earrings, the condition is no doubt troublesome. Fortunately, fixing them is a simple procedure. You'll be able to stop trying to cover up your ears and you'll wear earrings again in no time - so you just don't have to live with ugly lobes.
Visit our specialty site Denver Mini Facelift to learn about your full range of cosmetic options. Earlobe surgery is just one of the many facial rejuvenation procedures we perform.
Earlobes are composed of soft tissue and skin; they contain no cartilage or bones. This means they're easily damaged and they sag with age just like other soft parts of our bodies. This also means they're easy to improve, whether in conjunction with a facelift, a mini-facelift, or a neck lift or all by themselves. If you'd like to have your earlobes reduced or have a tear fixed, Dr. Wolfe, Dr. Vath, or Dr. Steinwald will open the skin, remove tissue if required, and suture the tiny incisions closed.
Even if your problem is a lobe that hasn't quite torn all the way through, or a former tear that has healed with an inconvenient scar, it's worthwhile to have the surgeons at the Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Denver improve the condition. You'll need just a local anesthetic during the procedure and a small bandage or even simply a topical antibiotic afterward. You can expect minimal to no bruising and swelling.
The Center for Cosmetic Surgery has two offices conveniently located in the Denver metropolitan area. One is located just outside of Denver in lovely Golden, Colorado immediately off 6th Ave West and the other is located downtown in Cherry Creek, Denver. Please schedule a personal consultationpersonal consultation to learn what earlobe surgery can do for you. Simply call (720) 279-1926 or request your consultation onlinerequest your consultation online.
For information about preparing for your surgery and post-operative guidelines, visit our Patient Resources page.