Repair and Rejuvenate Your Earlobes with Earlobe Repair
Flourish Surgical Arts performs earlobe repair for Denver patients. Women who wear dangly and heavy earrings are at risk for sagging or stretched earlobes as they get older, and women with children sometimes suffer trauma from a child pulling on their earrings. Even if you haven’t worn earrings or sustained an injury, your earlobes can become stretched and lose volume as you age. Fortunately, earlobe repair is a simple procedure that takes just minutes and will restore a youthful look to your earlobes.
How Does Earlobe Damage Happen?
While they’re a small and unassuming part of your face, stretched and sagging earlobes are distracting. Both age and what kind of jewelry you put in your ears play a key role in the appearance of your earlobes. You should consider earlobe repair if they are damaged, regardless of your age. We can repair and rejuvenate earlobe damage caused by:
- Excessive piercing: Wearing multiple earrings in your ears can cause stretching or damage to your ears over time. Earlobe repair is a quick procedure done in our office.
- Aging: With age, the earlobe can also lose volume and appear long and flat. Cosmetic fillers can revitalize the earlobe to its youthful and full appearance in a matter of minutes. Visit Dr. Nesiba in Aurora Colorado for your consultation.
- Stretching from heavy earrings: Gravity takes its toll on your earlobes when you wear heavy, dangling earrings. If your earlobes have taken on a stretched and misshapen appearance, it may be time to repair them.
- Trauma: Babies and small children will grab onto anything that interests them. If you suffered an injury to your earlobe from a child grabbing your earrings, earlobe repair can restore the shape of your earlobe and repair the damage.
In addition to earlobe repair for Denver-area patients, Flourish Surgical Arts performs numerous other procedures, including breast augmentation, facial masculinization surgery for transitioning patients, rhinoplasty, mommy makeovers, and more. Regardless of what you’re seeing us for, we’ll make sure you understand all of your options, how much it costs, and the risks involved. We’re open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, by appointment only.