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Repairing an earlobe is a common cosmetic procedure after the earlobe has been ripped (e.g., by an earring) or stretched (e.g., by the practice of gauging). Depending on the severity of the tear or the deformity, this cosmetic procedure requires delicate reconstruction of the lower half of the ear.
If you have a stretched or ripped earlobe that you would like to reshape for a more natural look, or would just like to be able to wear earrings again, please contact Dr. Andrew and schedule an appointment to discuss your options.
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