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Old 12-30-2009, 02:49 PM   #1
 
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Default Ear size increase

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from the day that I was born I have different size ears, one is smaller other one is bigger, the question is, can nowadays plastic surgery increase the size of the smaller ear? And if so, how much it would cost?

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Old 12-30-2009, 07:16 PM   #2
 
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I personally do not know the cost, but there are surgeries to enlarge one ear or both, if desired.

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Make the other one smaller.

Why would you want bigger ears?

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Old 12-31-2009, 07:02 PM   #4
 
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What if the other one is really small? Also reducing ear size from surgery does not turn out positively many times.

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I'm more familiar with "ear pinning" rather than changing the shape or size of the ear. That being said, I would think that it would be easier to remove ear cartilage than add to it (but I could be wrong).

Regarding cost - where are you located? I can provide a rough estimate if you let me know where you're at

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Enlargement otoplasty is indeed a more complicated procedure. Please post photographs and I can advise further, if desired.

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Ear stretchers are employed to help slowly but surely increase the opening size in pierced ears. They, over time expand the skin encompassing the holes, inflicting minor tears within it.seo services

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Not sure about the cost. However can help you achieve the desired goals. Here are some pics of Successful Otoplasty Surgery results

Before and after laser reshaping of helical rim



Setback Otoplasty Surgery done to enhance overall shape and positon of ears. Ears reshaped with permanent sutures


Before and after

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Hmm... I think that they operate the bigger ear, it's much easier that increasing the other one.

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Cosmetic ear surgery or otoplasty can be performed to reshape the ears in many different ways. The most common procedure is ear pinning to correct ears which stick out by setting them back closer to the head; although ear surgery can also be used to reduce large ears, reshape the cartilage in ears with unnatural shapes, reduce large or stretched earlobes, rebuild new ears for people born without lobes or after an injury, reduce large creases and wrinkles in the ear or increase the size of very small ears.

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