When can a child have protruding ears surgically corrected?
- Posted on: Dec 20 2012
Q: When can a child have protruding ears surgically corrected?
A: Prominent ears in children are a common problem that can lead to teasing in elementary school. Usually the ears are protruding from the scalp with loss folding of the skin and cartilage. The pinning back of the ears pr otoplasty is a surgical procedure to restore a normal shape. The surgery is performed when 85% of the ear growth anesthesia and performed in an outpatient surgical center. The surgical incisions are hidden behind the crease of the ear, so no surgical scars are visible. The recovery is 7 (seven) to 10(ten) days. For any further information call 239-348-4357
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