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August 18, 2017

How Old Do You Need to Be for Otoplasty?

Posted by rosemont in Otoplasty, Plastic Surgery

Prominent ears that stick out further from the head than desired, or that sit at an unusual angle, can be a source of discomfort for many people. This common condition can be addressed in childhood to minimize the risk of teasing and bullying by other children. Treatment can also be…

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August 20, 2014

Incision-less, Single, and Double Incision Otoplasty: What’s the Difference?

Posted by Dr. Perry in Otoplasty

Otoplasty, often called ear pinning surgery, is a procedure designed to reshape and reposition the ears so they are less prominent and more symmetrical. With this treatment, our patients can often correct over and undersized ears due to injury or congenital irregularity. At our practice, Dr. Charles Perry offers three…

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August 14, 2014

Recovering From Otoplasty: What to Expect

Posted by Dr. Perry in Otoplasty

Ear pinning surgery, also called otoplasty, helps correct irregularities of the ear, including concerns about size, shape, and prominence. This typically simple and brief procedure can often make an enormous difference in the lives of patients who have been exposed to ridicule or experienced self-consciousness due to perceived ear imperfections….

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March 18, 2010

Otoplasty in Sacramento California – pull your hair back!

Posted by Dr. Perry in Otoplasty

Otoplasty is often combined with other procedures such as rhinoplasty or breast augmentation and liposuction. Typically it is performed in 2-3 hours and can be done under local with sedation.

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February 3, 2010

Otoplasty in Sacramento California with the Double Incision

Posted by Dr. Perry in Otoplasty

The double incision otoplasty that Dr Perry at Chrysalis Cosmetics in Sacramento California uses allows for correction of all the subtle and obvious abnormalities and often allows for a more natural appearing result. Prominent ears are often the result of excess cartilage growth of the conchal cymba and cavum. Abnormalites of the triangular fossa and helical rim also exist as well. There may also be a component of antihelical rim widening as well. In some circumstances there may also be a widening of the concha-mastoid angle that can be corrected as well.

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