Why should you get this procedure?
The ears are a very important part of the face and one that is hard to hide. If you were born with big, ears, it’s possible your self esteem and confidence have been brutally injured and that you have gone to great lengths to keep them away from sight, which only adds stress to the situation.
Many men, women and children are going through the same thing and seeking a solution that will end this permanently. The ear reshaping surgery will do just that so quickly and easily, you’ll never believe you could’ve ended your problem that fast. It can even be done on 5 year olds!
It is our joy to be able to provide safe cosmetic procedures that can improve the lives of people by increasing their self esteem and confidence and the ear reshaping surgery is one of them.
What happens during an ear reshaping surgery?
During the surgery, our doctors make an incision behind the ear to expose the cartilage and reshape it or eliminate small amounts of it for the ear to take a normal appearance. If necessary, excess skin is removed and the ear is repositioned more closely to the head to hide prominence.
This surgery leaves a scar behind the ear, which is normally hidden by the patient’s hair and fades away with time.
- Safe procedure.
- Corrects a wide variety of imperfections in the ear area.
- Minimal scarring.
- Natural looking results.
- Enhances confidence and self esteem.
Our initial cost includes:
- Surgical fees
- Hospitalization expenses
- Anesthesia and Anesthesiologist
- Preoperative Analysis: Laboratory tests and EKG- Cardiologist Evaluation- (the EKG is perform in patients that are 40 years old and older)
- Medical Care (Nurses)
- Three months of free consultations and follow up visits after surgery
The following are considered extra expenses:
- Special compressive garment (if applicable)
- Medication (antibiotics and analgesic treatment)
- Overnight stay in Clinic or Hotel (if applicable)
Men, women and children who:
- Are in good health.
- Have unusually small, big or deformed ears.
- Have suffered trauma to their ears at a specific moment of their lives, not necessarily from birth.
These testimonials are meant to be a showcase of some of our surgeries’ results. However, each patient’s experience and results are different and will depend on many aspects, such as: skin elasticity, age, initial condition, among others.
Even though the procedure is safe and fast, the recovery process might be a little more difficult, but we’ll try to make it simpler. Let us walk you through it.
Immediately after the surgery, your doctor will place bandages around your head and ears, this will help the area to heal better and enhance the results. It is extremely important that you don’t remove these bandages until your surgeon tells you too. Possibly, after you’ve been told to remove them you’ll have to wear a headband too, but that depends on the case.
You must be aware that discomfort or pain may appear during the first days after the surgery, but the medication prescribed by your doctor will help you control it. Also, if any sutures were applied, a) they’ll dissolve naturally, b) they’ll have to be removed by your cosmetic surgeon or c) you may remove them yourself when he says it’s time; it depends on the case.
As with your daily routines, you must abstain from any rigorous activities and from using hair dryers or any object that may give out extreme heat or cold to your ears and try not to sleep on your side during recovery.
In the case of children, parents will have to make sure they take the required medications and should also inform their school about the procedure they just had so teachers can be on the lookout for them.
Don’t forget to follow your surgeon’s instructions and to attend every one of your appointments. We need to work as a team to achieve the ultimate results.
(It is important to note that recovery specifications may vary depending on the procedure and the patient; our medical staff will walk you through the details of your recovery process.)
When can I go back to work and resume my normal activities?
You’ll be able to return to your normal activities 1 week after the surgery. In the case of children, they’ll be able to return to school after that same period of time.
Can I get a tan?
It is very important to avoid long sun exposure for a considerable amount of time after the surgery to prevent pigmentation on the scars. Depending on the procedure, your surgeon will tell you exactly for how long you must avoid this.
Should I consider a specific time of the year to do my procedure?
Depending on the chosen procedure, some recoveries do better on winter, while other do better on the summer time. Ask your doctor for the one that better suits your case. You should also consider periods of time in which you’ll have time to relax, like the holidays, for example.
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