Ear Correction

Prominent ear, also known as bat ear, is mostly caused by congenital inheritance or genetic abnormalities. A small number of people may also have ear deformities due to infections or traumas, which are mostly caused by infections or traumas.

People with prominent ears have similar ear sizes to normal people, but the upper half of the ear protrudes too high, which makes them look noticeably unattractive compared to most people.

For many beauty-conscious women and men, prominent ears not only look unattractive, but also cause ear pain for those who are accustomed to sleeping on their sides for extended periods of time.

Question:

1. How long can the effect of prominent ear surgery last?
– Following prominent ear surgery, it is unlikely to recur. Generally, the effects of the surgery are permanent.

2. Is prominent ear plastic surgery very painful?
– The surgery is performed under sedation or local anesthesia, and most patients feel minimal pain during the procedure. There is also no apparent pain after the surgery. Patients experiencing pain during follow-up visits should be in the minority. If such a situation arises, they can inform the doctor, who may prescribe oral pain relievers or suggest applying ice to alleviate the symptoms.

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