ear surgery in Pakistan, canada

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Ear Surgery Pakistan - Otoplasty in Pakistan

Patients who benefit from ear surgery include those who may have:

  • Protruding ear(s)- Majority of the cosmetic surgery performed on ears,
  • Large ear(s),
  • Correct an overly arched or “Roman” nose,
  • Abnormally shaped ear(s)

Ear surgery often is recommended for children of age 5-6 as they near total ear development. Ear correction surgery of the ears prior to the child entering school helps eliminate potential psychological trauma from the teasing of classmates. Adults may also have their ears reshaped. As long as you are in good health, there is no upper age limit for this surgery.

Results of Your Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

Usually the final results of the ear surgery are very long lasting.

Your Personal Consultation-- How will my plastic surgeon evaluate me for aesthetic ear surgery?

During the initial consultation, you may be asked to look in a mirror and point out exactly what you would like to see improved. This will help your plastic surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

You should come to the consultation prepared to discuss your medical history including previous surgeries, past and present medical conditions and current medications. It is important for you to provide complete information. High blood pressure, thyroid problems, diabetes, etc. should be reviewed as these medical conditions may increase some risks associated with ear surgery. Your plastic surgeon will want to know if you have any allergies.

Risks Associated with the Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)

Fortunately, significant complications from aesthetic ear surgery are infrequent. Every year, many successful cosmetic ear surgeries are performed, without experiencing any major problem.

The subject of risks and potential complications of surgery is best discussed on a personal basis between you and your surgeon, or with a staff member in your surgeon's office. The risks in most surgeries are similar. Some of the potential complications that may be discussed with you include:

  • Hematoma (an accumulation of blood under the skin that may require removal),
  • Infection,
  • Changes in sensation,
  • Scarring,
  • Allergic reactions,
  • Damage to underlying structures,
  • Need for revisions, and
  • Unsatisfactory results possibly necessitating additional procedures and medical risks.
  • Sutures may be visible or may even break, allowing for partial or complete recurrence of the protrusion and / or loss of the ear fold.
  • Irregularities, sharp folds and other shape abnormalities may ensue.

You can help minimize certain risks by following the advice and instructions of your plastic surgeon, both before and after your ear surgery.