otoplastia de orejas, lóbulos rasgados, envejecidos y colgantes

Otoplasty, slanted, aged and hanging lobes

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otoplastia de orejas, lóbulos rasgados, envejecidos y colgantes

The slanted, aged and hanging lobes treatment at Clínica Sanza in Barcelona, Spain, consists of surgically repairing the lobes torn by earings or dilators. It is also done to rejuvenate the large and pendulous lobes that appear with age or by genetics.

PATIENT’S PROFILE

Persons with loosely distended or usually loosened by the use of slopes.
Young, especially boys, with very large lobes or very detached.
Elderly people who are heavily lobed and aesthetically upset.

PROCEDURE

Often, the use of earrings causes the ear lobe to tear and the hole to become larger in one ear or in both. If this tear is very large, a complete tear can occur and the earlobe split into two.
The repair is simple and not painful. It removes the aged skin or broken skin, and it’s replaced with strong and young skin from the same lobes. In this way, we not only sew the lobe but reinforce and rejuvenate it so that it does not happen again.
To perform this procedure, 2 or 3 very fine stitches are usually placed.

DURATION OF THE INTERVENTION

  • 30 minutes.

PROTOCOL

Preoperative

  • Evaluation of the area to determine the appropriateness of the treatment.
  • Follow specific guidelines determined by the doctor.
  • Blodd tests, cardiac and respiratory tests for people with certain disease or advanced ages.

Anesthesia

  • Local.

Hospitalization

  • Ambulatory.

Postoperative

  • Placement of new earings the same day of the repair.
  • Removing stiches at 10 days.
  • Medication if required.
  • Mandatory revisions after one week, according to prescription.

Convalescence

  • Not needed, except for water sports or any aggressive sport.
  • Quick recovery.

RESULTS

  • Immediate result.
  • Rejuvenated appearance.
  • Improvement of the patient’s psychological profile and self-esteem.

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY

  • Simple intervention.

LEVEL OF RISK

  • Low.
  • Risks of this intervention: they are very low.
  • Risks of all interventions: haemorrhage, infection, alteration of healing.

BEFORE/AFTER PHOTOS

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