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Prominent ears

Correction of prominent ears (Otoplasty) involves adjusting the shape of the cartilage to allow the ear to lie closer to the side of the head.

The operation is carried out from behind the ears, leaving a small scar close to the groove between the ear and the side of the head. Where the lobe of the ear is especially large, a small procedure to reduce its size may also be required.

A protective dressing is usually worn until the stitches are removed, around 5 - 10 days after the operation. The ears are often sore and tender for several weeks after the operation.  

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