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Doctor insights on: How Do I Repair Earlobes I Destroyed With Earrings

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How do I repair earlobes I destroyed with earrings?

How do I repair earlobes I destroyed with earrings?

Facial surgeon: Since earlobes are made of cartilage in order to get a successful and lasting repair, you need to have the repair with a facial plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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Can stretched earlobe be repaired?

Can stretched earlobe be repaired?

Usually simple: Most stretched or torn earlobes can be repaired with a simple procedure performed under a local anesthetic by a qualified facial plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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Has anyone had a torn earlobe repaired?

Has anyone had a torn earlobe repaired?

All the time: This is a pretty common procedure for most plastic surgeons. The edges have to be freshened and then repaired together, usually in the office with local anesthesia. Sutures are removed in about a week. After the earlobe is well healed, it can be repierced (i do this for the patients whose ears I have repaired.). ...Read more

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How can I get my torn earlobe repaired. It has healed up split!?

How can I get my torn earlobe repaired. It has healed up split!?

Minor Procedure: The edges of the adjacent split skin can be removed and the raw surfaces sutured back together. This is very commonly done. ...Read more

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Can you provide some advice for someone who's had a torn earlobe repaired?

Can you provide some advice for someone who's had a torn earlobe repaired?

Lighter earrings: Wear lighter ear rings or clip ons to avoid excess weight on your lobe which might damage them again. ...Read more

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Slit on bottom of my earlobe from torn earring hasn't healed. Where do I go!?

Slit on bottom of my earlobe from torn earring hasn't healed. Where do I go!?

To a surgeon...: Plastic or facial plastic. This is a pretty common procedure for most plastic surgeons. The edges have to be freshened and then repaired together, usually in the office with local anesthesia. Sutures are removed in about a week. After the earlobe is well healed, it can be repierced (i do this for the patients whose ears I have repaired.). ...Read more

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