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Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear Sydney Services, by Dr. Niro S.

The aim of an earlobe reconstruction is to reshape the soft tissue around the bottom of the ear. This procedure proves popular with those whose earlobes are stretched and would like a reshape for aesthetic reasons.

Earlobe reconstructions may be exactly the right treatment to address the concerns that you may have with your earlobes. With multiple procedures being offered by Dr Niro, we’re sure that we can help you find which option may suit you best.

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Dr. Niro, a caring Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear Sydney Doctor with a reputation that precedes him.

Dr. Niro, the creator of the “Be Noticed, Not Known®” cosmetic surgery approach, has been practicing for almost 2 decades. During this time, he has delivered life-changing results for his Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear clients in Sydney.

Dr. Niro completed his bachelor’s and medical degrees from King’s College London and University College London, respectively, and worked across a variety of surgical specialities. This was followed by a 2-year higher fellowship in general cosmetic surgery in Australia, and then a 2-year ‘super-specialty’ surgical fellowship.

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What is Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear?

Earlobe reconstruction can be a perfect surgical option for many people who desire to revitalise their earlobes. One reason for earlobe reconstruction may be the gauging of the ear as a fashion style from younger years. Some people choose to have “flesh tunnels” in their ears. This may be a fashionable style for you; however, this can often leave big holes in your earlobes that cannot be repaired without surgery.

Earlobe reconstruction surgery can help to restore that natural look of your earlobes due to flesh tunnel use or many other reasons. Be confident knowing that Dr Niro has plenty of experience in earlobe reconstruction surgery. He knows that the best approach is understanding your needs and helping you to achieve the look your desire.

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Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear & Safety

Your safety is paramount to Dr. Niro and his team. Watch the video below to learn more about Dr. Niro's approach to safety during Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear and other procedures.

Furthermore, Dr. Niro believes that each individual patient must be involved in the decision-making process of undertaking Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear, and it is the role of the cosmetic surgeon to ensure that the decision is ‘informed’.

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Why undertake Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear with Dr. Niro

Dr. Niro takes great pride in offering an unrushed, bespoke approach to patient care, and believe that one size does ‘not’ fit all when it comes to Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear.

"World Class Earlobe Reconstruction Surgery – Single Ear Services in Sydney that are the result of a genuine investment, pride and responsibility for your care."

Frequently Asked Questions

Is earlobe repair surgery painful??
Earlobe reconstruction surgery is usually performed under local anaesthetic. This means that you should feel little to no pain during your procedure. Once your surgery has finished and your anaesthetic has worn off, you may experience some discomfort for roughly 2 weeks. After this period, you may have less discomfort but will still need to wait roughly 6 weeks collectively for full recovery.
How do you fix an earlobe hole?
With earlobe reconstruction, we may be able to reconstruct your earlobe through surgery. Your surgeon may make an incision into each earlobe, after which they may remove any damaged tissue that is present. After this, the patients’ incisions are usually closed with sutures. This may be removed after roughly 2 weeks.
How long does earlobe repair take to heal?
It will usually take around 6 weeks to recovery from earlobe reconstruction surgery. Most of the discomfort usually comes within the first 2 weeks. After this period, you should be able to continue with daily activities until your ears fully recover. We may advise that you do not partake in strenuous exercise until you are fully recovered.