Stop Your Ears from Becoming a Distraction. Put Your Worries Behind You with Otoplasty from CT ENT
When having a conversation, physical characteristics and body language can tell a different story than the words you’re using. Your appearance impacts how others see and interact with you. It also affects your pride and self-confidence. What are your ears telling others and how do they make you feel?
If your ears are affecting your relationships, conversations, and confidence, it’s time to consider otoplasty from CT ENT’s Dr. Heather Waters.
Are you ready to stop worrying about your appearance and learn how to safely alter your ears to no longer stick out like a sore thumb? Request an appointment today or continue reading below.
What is otoplasty?
Otoplasty is often referred to as “pinning” the ears back. Otoplasty alters the appearance of your ears through a facial plastic surgery procedure. A plastic surgeon reshapes and molds cartilage in the ears to reposition them after making incisions behind the ears. After being repositioned, the openings behind the ears are closed with sutures and protected with medical dressing.
Otoplasty patients have options when undergoing the procedure with CT ENT. They may choose between local anesthesia, sedation, or general anesthetic. Otoplasty allows patients to return home the same day as an outpatient procedure.