Experiencing a torn earlobe can be painful and distressing especially if the injury is caused by a pulled earring. You can now have your former earlobe restored at Contour Clinics Brisbane.
The procedure is suitable for fixing torn, stretched or gauged earlobes, all severities of earlobe stretch from very mild to severe conditions are highly treatable. Earlobe restoration aims to restore the earlobe’s aesthetic look, which is typically damaged by an injury or piercing. This abnormal form can be repaired with a simple procedure, whether the earlobe has been injured or stretched. It is a quick and simple procedure that can be performed in our clinic rooms. It also means that it is a walk-in and walk-out procedure.
Earlobe Stitching works by making a tiny incision on either side of the torn hole then removing the damaged piece of skin, then finally stitching the area back up, the sutures go on the front and back of the earlobe. This is done by the use of ultra-fine stitches under local anaesthetic, the procedure takes 45 minutes. Scarring is usually subtle and hard to see, this can be treated with our specialist laser scar removal. Re-piercing your ears may be possible after healing in 3-6 months post repair.
Earlobe Stitching with Contour Clinics Brisbane
Earlobe Stitching is rapidly becoming one of the most popular procedures in Brisbane. People are increasingly coming in to have their earlobes fixed. Accidents, stretching, injury, or wearing heavy earrings for long periods of time are all common causes of earlobe abnormalities.
Earlobe restoration is microsurgery, it may appear simple, yet achieving a satisfactory result is quite challenging. Even most plastic surgeons have difficulty with this. So, choosing a trusted medical clinic and skilled professional is a must.
Here at Contour Clinic Brisbane, our doctors have extensive experience performing earlobe stitching and has done more earlobe repairs than any other clinic in Brisbane so you will be treated with utmost care while ensuring that the treatment’s goals are met.