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Ear Surgery, also referred to as Otoplasty, includes a wide variety of procedures designed to improve the shape of the ears. This may include simply reshaping what is there, adding tissue, or removing tissue. Other common procedures on the ears include Reduction of Large Ears, Reduction of Large Ear Lobes, Ear Ring Repairs (rips in ear lobe from ear rings or large holes from gauges) and Keloid Removals. 

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Who is a good candidate for Ear Surgery?

Otoplasty can address several concerns, including:

  • Ears that protrude or stick out farther than is considered normal

  • Ears that are asymmetric

  • An ear that is smaller or larger than what is considered normal

  • An ear that has abnormal shape due to trauma or injury

  • An ear with an abnormal shape since birth

  • Ears that are damaged from gauges or large earrings.

  • Ears with excess scarring or Keloids


What should a patient expect during and after Ear Surgery?


Patients will usually have a protective dressing that must be left on several days after an Otoplasty. It is best not to lay on one's side to avoid damaging the repair.

What results can a patient expect from Otoplasty?


The amount of improvement will vary and depends largely on the problem that is being addressed. Patients usually have significant improvement in the appearance of their individual ears and improved symmetry between both ears.

Ear Surgery Before and Afters

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To schedule an appointment, online consultation or learn more about Ear Surgery, please Contact Us or call us at (469) 899-8758.


What financing options exist for treatments at Walker Plastic Surgery?


Walker Plastic Surgery has partnered with Care Credit to help our patients finance the costs of their procedures. The CareCredit card is North America’s leading patient payment program. The CareCredit card is easy to use, includes no hidden costs, and can be applied towards both surgical costs and follow-up appointments.

Through their website, you can access tools like the payment calculator and even find out if you qualify for a CareCredit card by starting a commitment free, instant application.

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