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Earlobe Reduction

The goal of earlobe reduction surgery is to make the earlobes smaller or more youthful-looking by recontouring them. Earlobes can naturally grow longer and larger as we become older. Having huge or oddly shaped ears attracts unwelcome attention that over time can damage a person's self-esteem and confidence.

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About Earlobe Reduction

Although few people are aware of it, some people can feel extremely embarrassed by huge, hanging earlobes. An awareness of large or prominent earlobes can result from a harsh remark or casual observation. The earlobe varies greatly in size and shape; some are short and attach directly to the jawline, while others hang down to varying degrees. All of these appearances are typical.  

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Earlobe Reduction at a Glance

Procedure Time:
30 Minutes

Return to Work:
1 day

Full Recovery:
2 Weeks

Price:
£650 per earlobe

Earlobe reduction is a reasonably easy operation that can be done under local anaesthesia as an outpatient surgery for people who are self-conscious about the look of their earlobes. 

Procedure:

An earlobe reduction can be done in a variety of methods. Although the ear lobe will roll over and be distorted, the scar might be concealed behind the ear. The skin from the front and rear of the lobe must be excised for a substantial reduction, which leaves a noticeable scar; nevertheless, this scarring typically settles extremely well and is very well concealed at the top of the lobe. 

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Aftercare:

Soon after having your earlobes reduced, you will be able to leave shortly. A sports headband or a bandage can frequently be used in place of a head bandage to gently support the ears, especially at night. 

After surgery, resting for a few hours is indicated. Post-operative swelling can also be decreased by sitting or reclining with the head raised. Most of the time, the operation is not particularly painful. After the treatment, you can typically go back to work, but it’s vital to take special care to avoid wound damage, especially when dressing. 

Earlobe Reduction Prices

Earlobe Reduction prices are fixed, which is £650 per earlobe.

For a no obligation quote, tailored specifically to you, please find your nearest Signature Clinic and book in for free consultation with one of our experienced surgeons. Your requirements are discussed in full confidence in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Following your consultation, the price you are quoted includes everything and there are no extra or hidden costs. Advice, treatment and aftercare are all part of our package to ensure your experience is positive from beginning to end.

Next Steps

Find out more about the procedure and treatment with a free no obligation consultation. To meet with one of our surgeons and receive free expert advice tailored to your needs, please call us or book your free consultation using our quick online form.

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Earlobe Reduction FAQ

What aftercare is provided?2020-12-09T12:10:43+00:00

We provide every patient with 24/7/365 aftercare. Our patient promise is to be at the clinic within 60 minutes of your emergency if necessary.

What type of anaesthesia is given during surgery?2021-12-01T13:15:18+00:00

At Signature Clinic we only use local anaesthesia which allows the procedures to be safer and the recovery faster.

Is the procedure painful?2022-07-22T16:10:18+01:00

You shouldn’t experience any pain at all, other than the local anaesthetic injection, which could feel like a small prick. As the entire ear starts to numb, you can feel a mild stinging sensation. Once the procedure is complete and the anaesthetic wears off, a small amount of discomfort could be felt.

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