- - Non Surgical Ear Pinning
|derby ||01-29-2010 11:56 AM |
Non Surgical Ear Pinning
Is there any such thing as non surgical ear pinning or non surgical otoplasty? I cant afford thousands to pay for a surgery but these dumbo ears are killing me! For swimming I've had to cut my hair shorter and my ears show more. Would I be able to use a strong double sided tape or glue instead of plastic surgery?
|robyne00 ||01-29-2010 02:45 PM |
Personally, I do not know of a nonsurgical procedure in lieu of otoplasty. Glue? I wouldn't do it. Double sided tape sounds like a temporary solution, that would be sticky and hurt to remove. Plus if you're swimming, I do not think double sided tape would hold up.
|la_angel ||01-29-2010 06:43 PM |
If you tried taping or sticking them back with something it would probably fold them in a peculiar looking way IMO, plus I doubt it would even hold them that long.
I don't think there's anything outside of surgery that can be done, hence non surgical ear pinning isn't an option :(
Your best option? Swim with long hair anyways ;)
|derby ||01-29-2010 09:51 PM |
I thought that would be the answer but had to ask anyway. After graduation I will be able to pay for ear pinning surgery.
|robyne00 ||01-30-2010 06:45 PM |
It is a tricky surgery, so choose your surgeon carefully. Make sure you have done a good amount of research as well. Many otoplasty patients end up extremely unhappy with their results, especially when the operation is performed on an adult.
Good luck!!! :)
|robyne00 ||03-04-2010 08:38 AM |
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|jerrodmerit ||11-22-2012 03:55 AM |
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|mickeymouse ||12-05-2012 11:33 AM |
Non-surgical ear pinning
I'm rather late in terms of the original poster for this thread, but I do have a little insight that might help anyone else who comes across it. I'm a photographer, and I've worked with a few models who were self-conscious about their ears. There are VERY temporary things you can do with superglue or double-sided tape, but short of surgery I've never heard of a permanent solution.
If you do go the superglue route, remember that it's going to last as long as the top layer of skin. For most people, that's 3-4 days. You won't be able to glue your ears back and then undo it. You just have to wait for the skin to slough off, and one model I worked with found out the hard way that she was allergic to something in the superglue. She had a very painful and uncomfortable couple of days as a result.
My best advice is to be careful and talk to a doctor before you try anything.
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