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EAR CORRECTION

Do not hesitate to trust medicalfly with all of your wishes. We will be happy to advise you in detail and, after consultation with our partner clinic, address all your ideas in a free information meeting.

Asymmetrical, protruding or particularly large ears can be a major blemish for those affected and can be very stressful.

An ear correction can help in these cases.

Our partner clinics enjoy a very high reputation worldwide and are proven to offer the best medical standards. Medicalfly will be happy to accompany you from day one, support you every step of the way and, if you wish, take over the entire organization.

 

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Consultation
We will advise you personally or by telephone regarding the ear correction in consultation with our partner surgeon


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Treatment
The treatment takes place after detailed information and discussion examinations by our partner surgeon and specialist in plastic surgery


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Success
You start your life with a new feeling – and we will stay by your side: your wellbeing is still important to us and you can contact us again at any time

Why ear correction?

Protruding or large ears can seriously disturb the overall appearance of a face.

Ear correction is now one of the routine procedures in aesthetic plastic surgery and is often performed at a young age.

But this procedure can also be carried out at a later age without any problems.

The cause of the ears sticking out is an incorrect development of the ear cartilage, but ears that are too large or asymmetrical can also be corrected without problems.

How our ears look is purely genetic and so people with sail-like ears feel trapped in a large dillema.

Why ear correction?

Protruding or large ears can seriously disturb the overall appearance of a face.

Ear correction is now one of the routine procedures in aesthetic plastic surgery and is often performed at a young age.

But this procedure can also be carried out at a later age without any problems.

The cause of the ears sticking out is an incorrect development of the ear cartilage, but ears that are too large or asymmetrical can also be corrected without problems.

How our ears look is purely genetic and so people with sail-like ears feel trapped in a large dillema.

The ear correction is very precise. Before the first cut is made, the course of the cut is drawn precisely on the back of the auricle. The ear cartilage is then exposed, partially removed and processed and shaped according to the patient’s imagination. Finally, the new ear is fixed with fine sutures.

 

Like any surgery, ear correction involves certain risks.

The general risks associated with an ear correction include infection, bleeding, thrombosis, or poor tolerance to anesthesia.

Normally, the cut on the auricle heals uncomplicated and thus becomes as good as invisible. However, despite all measures, the wound healing process can turn out to be more difficult than desired, which can lead to increased scarring.

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