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Earlobe Restoration

Everyone has a unique life journey – and yours may have led to earlobe repair. Whether your earlobes are torn, split, stretched, gauged, or overly-large, they can be repaired with a customized, in-office procedure. You can rest assured that Dr. Givens, an expert in earlobe repair in Austin, will produce results that surpass your expectations.

Dr. Victoria Givens

What is an Earlobe Repair?

Your Personal Consultation

An earlobe deformity can instill a negative self-image and dissolve self-confidence rapidly. The first step in re-creating natural, balanced earlobes is a private consultation with Dr. Givens. In this meeting, your aesthetic concerns will be addressed and evaluated. Depending on your unique problem, Dr. Givens will develop a customized treatment plan with the ultimate goal of providing exceptional results and boosting your self-confidence.

The Givens Approach to Earlobe Repair

Elongated, Misshapen, or Stretched Earlobes

The effects of time and the journey of life can lead to elongated, misshapen, or stretched earlobes. To restore them to their rightful position, Dr. Givens removes excess skin and tissue to reshape and secure the earlobes using a specific suturing technique that ensures minimal scarring. 

Split, Torn, or Gauged Earlobes

Inadvertent injury along with multiple or gauged piercings can weaken the earlobes and result in visible deformity. Dr. Givens can repair and realign distorted tissues by removing excess skin and meticulously repositioning incisions to recreate natural, symmetric earlobes.

Overly-Large or Thick Earlobes

Both genetics and age contribute to the size and density of the earlobes. If you feel your earlobes are of a displeasing nature, Dr. Givens can transform them for a sculpted, balanced appearance that frames your face. 

Learn More about Earlobe Repair in Austin

Watch and learn about the TOP 3 Procedures Dr. Givens provides at her office. Stay to see her earlobe piercing and plumping technique.  Perk up those thin, sagging earlobes with this quick in-office procedure.

The Benefits of Earlobe Repair

Issues Addressed with Earlobe Repair

  • Split or torn earlobes
  • Gauged earlobes
  • Stretched or elongated earlobes
  • Asymmetric earlobes
  • Overly-large earlobes
  • Thickened earlobes

Benefits Achieved with Earlobe Repair

  • A natural, restored appearance
  • Elimination of earlobe deformity
  • Improved earlobe symmetry
  • Reduced earlobe size and thickness
  • Long-lasting results
  • Restored self-confidence

Why Choose Dr. Givens for Earlobe Repair in Austin?

Little attention is paid to the earlobes until an injury or physical change to them arises. However, their shape, size, thickness, and symmetry have a distinct impact on your overall facial appearance. If you have split, torn, long, overly-large, or gauged earlobes, it is critical that your earlobe repair be performed with artistry and meticulous care. Dr. Givens is a top female facial plastic surgeon and earlobe repair specialist in Austin known for the exceptional quality of her work, her genuine personal warmth, and her dedication to the pursuit of excellence.

Dr. Victoria Givens

FAQ

How long does Earlobe Repair take?

In most cases, a custom earlobe repair will take about an hour and is performed in the office using local anesthesia. While you relax in a comfortable treatment chair, Dr. Givens will carefully restructure your earlobes, after which you can return home. Your newly reshaped earlobes will be protected with a surgical dressing once repair is complete. Dr. Givens will see you for a post-operative visit in one week following your earlobe repair to remove all sutures and ensure appropriate healing.

Is the recovery after Earlobe Repair painful?

The recovery is not particularly painful, and if you have discomfort, you can take over-the-counter pain medication. You should protect your ears from impact while the sutures are in place during healing. You will be provided with aftercare instructions and should feel ready to return to work the very next day.

Can I re-pierce my earlobes after repair?

Dr. Givens advises her patients to wait three months prior to re-piercing near a repaired site to allow for an adequate amount of strength to return. You should never pierce through the healed incision line as this is the weakest area of your newly shaped earlobes. It is important to both understand and remember that the area of repair will only achieve a maximum strength of 80% compared to its pre-injured state.

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