Ear Surgery

Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

Also known as otoplasty, it is a cosmetic procedure that involves aesthetically repositioning prominent ears, which can be a source of low self-esteem, considering that trends indicate that ears moderately small and subtly attached to the head are ideal and perfect. By changing the shape and appearance of the ears, the patient experiences a significant change in confidence and self-confidence.

Benefits of ear surgery:

  • Better facial proportions
  • Enhanced Features
  • Greater confidence and self-esteem
  • Corrected ear defects, such as bent or long earlobes

During the consultation

During the first consultation, the surgeon will carry out a medical evaluation, where the patient will be asked different information about his medical history or that of a close relative, to ensure that there are no complications that could compromise the surgical intervention. In addition, a physical examination will be carried out to know the treatment options, according to the needs of the patient, taking into account the size, shape and symmetry of their ears. Then, the results that he seeks to obtain by undergoing this procedure will be discussed, this is his time to ask any question that generates doubts on the subject.

Surgery day

The surgeon will begin by placing local anesthesia on the patient, so he should be able to leave the same day. The place of the incisions will be determined according to the technique that the surgeon considers correct for the patient, taking into account the needs and results that he wishes, the places of incisions can be:

  • Behind the ears
  • In the inner folds of the ears

It is recommended that on the day of the surgery you attend with a trusted and responsible person to help you return home.

After surgery

After an otoplasty, the ears should be covered with bandages to protect and support them. Generally there are immediate results, however, as in all surgeries, it is normal to experience inflammation and localized discomfort. The surgeon will prescribe analgesics to reduce the discomfort and will indicate the pertinent care that must be taken, during and after removing the stitches.

Dr. Yamen Chaer

The doctor. Yamen chaer rafeh, specialist in plastic, reconstructive, aesthetic and caumatology surgery, graduated from the Hermanos Ameijeiras Clinical Surgical Hospital, Havana, also trained as a general surgeon at the Ronaldo Gazolla Hospital, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, studied medicine aesthetics at the Instituto Pinto Europa, in the city of Ghent, Belgium, and the Jhon Kennedy University in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.