Earlobe Repair Boston

Earlobe repair surgery for correction or reduction is a popular office procedure right at our metro Boston location that many people don’t even know we offer!  Earlobes that are torn from heavy earrings or trauma, or misshapen earlobes can be readily fixed right in our office.  During the procedure, the earlobe is numbed and you will not feel a thing.  Depending on the severity of the tear, Dr. Spiegel may choose from any of a number of ways of doing this, and even the largest “gauged” earlobes can be closed.  Sutures may dissolve or are removed 6-7 days later and we can even pierce your ear for you a few weeks later!

In some unique cases, a dermal filler can be used to add lost volume to the earlobe – improving its appearance and function in just a quick office visit!

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