Want corrective procedures for ear deformities?

Are you troubled by over-sized ears back closer to the head? In order to correct your large ears, you need to undergo ear plastic surgery. Dr. George Pope, M.D. at Orlando Plastic Surgery Center carries out plastic surgery procedures guaranteeing best results. He is board certified surgeon at Orlando. Being certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery, he performs all operational work successfully. Ear plastic surgery is carried out by him to set prominent ears back closer to the head.

Congenital defects or injuries lead to ear defect or deformities. These deformities can be easily corrected through plastic surgery. But before undergoing plastic surgery, observe all these indications:

  • Ears without an earlobe
  • Folded edges of ear
  • Notch at fleshy portion of earlobe
  • Flatness of rim cartilage of the ear
  • Too-small helix and enlarged auricular canal
  • Over sized ears till person’s head

If any of these conditions are observed, then it is advisable to undergo plastic surgery procedure “Otoplasty”. Otoplasty is a corrective procedure for ears. Correction of deformities and torn earlobes is easily achieved through this ear plastic surgery. Dr. George Pope performs this surgery through anesthesia. A tiny incision is made in the back of the cartilage. These incisions are made in a way that cartilage can be folded. Stitches are used to close the incision and help in maintaining new shape of the ear.

Once the surgery is completed, results can be seen instantly. Now, your ear appears to be naturally balanced and contoured. Dr. Pope performs the procedure in such a way that no evidences of procedure are left behind. Ear appears to be normal from front, rear and side perspective. The contours of ear appear to be soft, natural not simulated and pointed.

So, Come and meet our board-certified surgeon, Dr. George Pope. He has practiced in Orlando for more than 23 years and has performed numerous Otoplasty procedures on both children and adults alike.

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