Ear surgery, also known as otoplasty, is a cosmetic surgery to improve the shape, position, and proportion of the ears in children and adults.
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Some people have protruded or deformed ears and some people have very large ears. These people may lose their self-esteem and may be restricted in choosing their hairstyles. Ear surgery or otoplasty can treat macrotia ( oversized ear), microtia (undersized ears), protruding ears (also known as prominent ear, otapostasis or bat ear), and dissatisfaction with previous ear surgery. In fact, this cosmetic surgery can enhance your self-esteem and self-confidence by creating a more natural and proportionate appearance and greatly enhancing your beauty. It works best for children ages 4-14. But when it is done for adults, it is noted that they may face many annoying reactions, which makes them suffer from psychological effects. In all cases, however old you are, what is certain is that the time for change is not too late.
The surgeon evaluates the patient's medical history. He examines the patient's ears for size, shape, and symmetry to make the best decision for the patient. The surgeon may also take pictures of the ears. Patients who take aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs, as well as herbal supplements, should discontinue these medicines a few days before surgery. These drugs can increase postoperative bleeding. Smoking should be stopped from a few days before surgery to a few days thereafter, as tobacco slows the rate of recovery after ear surgery. Patients should not be infected with any viral disease for at least 6 weeks before surgery, so take health care more seriously than ever.
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