Sometimes, your earlobe may be torn as a result of injury or an earring accident. Other times, your earlobe may have become stretched and deformed due to wearing an ear gauge that you no longer want to wear. In either case, earlobe reconstruction may be able to restore near normal shape to your earlobe.
Earlobe reconstruction is typically done under a local anesthetic and generally takes less than 30 minutes. The discomfort after your earlobe reconstruction is usually minimal, and you can generally return to normal everyday activities within a day or two.
Although it may not be possible to make your earlobe look as though there were never an injury, earlobe reconstruction can give you a significant improvement. Dr. Gage has over 10 years of professional experience and is committed to listening to your concerns and helping you achieve a superb result.
If you would like to discuss your earlobe reconstruction options with Dr. Gage, please call the office to schedule a consultation at (314) 251-4530.