Did somebody say earlobe reduction?
When you think plastic surgery, ears probably aren’t the first thing that cross your mind…unless you happen to be one of the millions of people unhappy with their ears. While it may not be a “sexy” procedure, it sure is a common one. There are a lot more people out there mending their ears than you may think.
As with all procedures, big or small, you’ll want to find the right plastic surgeon for you. An earlobe reduction may seem like a minor procedure, it requires experience, finesse and understanding to obtain the aesthetic outcome you’re hoping for. Dr Usha Rajagopal is a leading San Francisco Bay Area cosmetic surgeon with more than 20 years of experience. She believes that an informed patient is the best patient.
Odds are, if you’re unhappy with your earlobes (wether you’ve experienced damage to them or you think they’re too big), you have a number of questions. In order to help you be as knowledgable as possible, we found this article about earlobe reduction by Nancy Weinberg Simon. Nancy’s article should help you get some useful and insightful information about a common procedure known as earlobe reduction. It’s a great read for anyone unhappy with the appearance of their ears or considering earlobe reduction surgery. Here’s a little preview of the article:
“‘Do Your Ears Hang Low?” is a song that you recall from your childhood. Though this tune is intended to bring on laughter, it’s not as funny if you’re one of many who are displeased with their ears. Being dissatisfied with your appearance can greatly affect self-esteem, confidence, general attitude towards life and the way you deal with other people in your day-to-day life.
If your earlobes do hang low or are not how you would like them and you find yourself hiding them by styling your hair to attempt to cover them or even just wishing they were different, it may be time for you to consider earlobe reduction surgery.’
Find out more about earlobe reduction surgery in the full article HERE.
Remember, it is important to find an experienced plastic surgeon whom you feel confident and comfortable with. Be sure to get recommendations and to check their credentials. It doesn’t hurt to meet a few surgeons in person to make sure they’re right for you.